Gorgeous fabric. Hana by Villa Nova. Terracottas are very much back in and this demonstrates how stunning they can be.
This beautiful fabric looks like rain running down a window. Fabric from Romo Leander Topaz. Made into a roman blind, mounted in the recess and pulled up tightly to maximise light.
These Georgian windows on a ground floor needed a set of simple and clean roman blinds, with opaque underside blinds to let in natural light but obscure the view from outside in. The neutral colours work well with any room design.
A selection of beautiful fabrics used for other windows throughout the house...
Using a bright geometric patterned material that matched the rich paintwork, these custom made cushions have created new comfortable seating areas and tied the look together.
Our lovely clients Rachel and Andy needed soft furnishings throughout the whole house. They chose a traditional style in keeping with the architecture, including styles such as swag and tails, pelmets, fabric tiebacks, tartan patterns, and plenty of window seats. The looks subtly change throughout each room but with consistency.
We dressed this beautiful bay in fabric from Villa Nova. Twyford from Camberley in the Wicker colour. The valance has a pinch pleat and is attached by Velcro to a wooden board, shaped to fit the bay. Together with ivory lined, pencil headed curtains.
This fabric is incredibly good value and comes in a range of coordinating colours and designs.
A brightly coloured roller in a bathroom window, adds a touch of fun. Fixed in the recess with rol-lite.
These blinds are really amazing. The fabric has been turned sideways to use the pattern as a horizontal stripe. The colours are fun and have a contemporary feel. The fabric is from Momentum by Harlequin.
This fabric has been laminated with a white lining to achieve a delicate and pretty treatment. The blinds have been reverse rolled to allow the fabric design to be continuous, all the way to the top of the recess.
New kitchen seats to match the new roller blinds. Fabric from Tulipa by Romo. A very pretty and sophisticated look.
Every project starts from the selection of fabric from our design books, managed through to finished product. These roller blinds have coordinated perfectly with this kitchen decor. The blinds by Rol-Lite.
Our client was looking for a more traditional feel, so we went with roman blinds made using Prestigious fabric and a Sunburst trim by Troynorth. They are hand sewn and interlined, with a waterfall effect so that each fold can be seen rather than stacked up together. A super addition to this newly decorated spare room.
These two new roman blinds are made using fabric by Prestigious. They are hand sewn using stab stitches and interlined to give a softer, more luxurious appearance.
This corner sofa was well loved by 4 gorgeous dogs...
...here it is now fully refurbished!
For the rest of the house, roman blinds in complementing colours:
This living space now has a soft and gentle feel with voile Roman Blinds and striped voile curtains, so the whole room is bathed in light even when the curtains and blinds are closed.