Using Blinds to Create Stylish Interiors
Blinds are both functional and decorative, so they are a very versatile option. In addition, they use much less fabric than curtains, so you can make stunning design statements without breaking the bank.
What you save on fabric, you can spend on the blind mechanism, especially if you choose a blind to which safety regulations apply. Or maybe you want to consider alternatives to fabric, such as wood or aluminium. Ideal for dormers and for defining awkward window spaces, blinds are also the perfect solution in bathrooms and kitchens where hanging curtains could prove hazardous.
It's helpful to think through what you want from your window dressing before meeting Jaynes Blinds. For example, how much light do you want to exclude? That may determine your choice of fabric and whether you want a lining. On the other hand, you might want to define the window space with a blind that lets light filter through, or even a dress blind, and also hang curtains for additional light exclusion. Blinds are also a great way of creating striking contrast, particularly against neutral walls.You can create different effects with pelmets and boxing, vertical, Roman or Venetian or roller blinds, so browse some online images and spend some time thinking about functionality, as well as design.
So, whether you're creating shade in your conservatory or making bold design statements in your dining room, talk to Jaynes Blinds to get advice from a leading expert in blinds and curtains in Leeds.
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