Curtains, Upholstery, Cushions and Throws
What really makes a house a home, and somewhere you find rest and peace, are the soft furnishings that dial up that comfort level as well as looking pleasing to the eye. I know it sounds a bit weedy, but it’s true. A blanket and big soft cushions make all the difference after a long day at your desk or out battling the elements.
When it comes to selecting home textiles, it can be helpful to:
Think about the room the curtains or blinds are going in. If they are above a radiator, in a damp room or a very bright one, you will need to be careful when selecting a fabric as all the above environmental factors will effect the curtain’s performance. Speak to your curtain stitcher for further advice or get in contact with us as firstname.lastname@example.org.
Country Living's guide to Picking Curtains
Colour palettes - Try to focus on a colour palette made up of harmonious neutral shades with dashes of colours that add variance and interest to a room. The more neutral and complimentary the shades, the calmer the environment (good for bedroom and bathrooms), but the more contrast, the higher the impact (good for social spaces such as living rooms and kitchens).
How to Pick Interior Colour Schemes
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