take one blind :: Breton Merlot Roman Blind

September 16th, 2010 in All About Blinds

Nothing says autumn more than a warm and cosy roman blind in a comforting colour. Look no further than the Breton Merlot Roman Blind.

The Breton Merlot roman blind is rich deep merlot and such a popular colour. What makes this blind even more special is the soft fabric that drapes and folds beautifully. The combination of colour and fabric is so sumptuous and will lend opulence to any setting.

We can see this blind with statement wall paper and accent soft furnishings in rich deep colours. Equally this blind will look superb as the lone deep colour in a space filled with warm creams and pale browns. We’ve put together a tiny little bit of inspiration below, order a sample though and you’ll be brimming with your own ideas in no time!

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2 thoughts on “take one blind :: Breton Merlot Roman Blind

  1. True, I am brimming with ideas after fitting my gorgeous breton merlot blind. Unfortunately it does not go with the valance that graced the whole wall where my windows sit, and when I took it down and the small sham curtains that softened the sides, both windows looked very stark and bare. Worse still, we couldn’t get our drill through the lintel and had to resort to using a heavy duty glue to fix a batten to it instead. This looks really ugly and needs covering up.
    So I resorted to your website to find some more sham curtains and some material for another valance or a pelmet. But there is absolutely NOTHING in that fabric to be had! What can be done?

    • Hi Ann. I have asked our Customer Service Manager Ian to get in touch with you as we have an idea! Many apologies for the delay in responding.

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