A very contemporary looking room, with heaps of style. Curtains mounted on silver, uncorded Metropoles with designer finials. The centre curtain in Romo Tiami grey/seal, the side Curtains in Prestigious Helius Sterling. With matching scatter cushions to complete the look.
Our client had a beautiful church style decorative window that needed to be dressed. We used a double pleat on bright flowery patterned curtain using a track, and then a light willowy patterned fabric puddled, for the simpler apex window.
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 undertook a project for a client in Backwell who looking to give her entire home a fabric refresh. We worked on the bedrooms, kitchen, sitting room, and bathroom. Here are the results:
A Roman blind to match the curtains, cushions, wallpaper and bed valance. Fabric by Harlequin.
A pair of horizontally striped blinds to coordinate with these red leather chairs and matching curtains.
Bright, patterned Roman blinds for two adjoining bedrooms, adding character and colour. The colours complement each other, whilst the designs are quite different. The first fabric is Etta by Villa Nova and the second is Taimi by Scion.
Local Michelin-starred restaurant Pony and Trap, Chew Magna approached us to manage the interior furnishings. The results created the soft and comfortable atmosphere. The finish is shown below, including bench seats, perfectly shaped to fit, in Prestigious Fraser Gold. The curtains shown with Linwood's Omega velvet, in deep purple.
These blinds are made with Anaise fabric from Harlequin. So pretty. It coordinates the two colours on the walls perfectly, with accents picked up using new cushion covers.
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.
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: