Window blinds for traditional style country kitchens

January 21st, 2010 in All About Blinds

Country kitchens, think Aga ovens, Belfast sinks, scrubbed pine tables and worn terracotta flooring. But please, please, please forget dusty flowery curtains with swags!

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It’s still easy to create a soft and welcoming country look but using a more modern and contemporary window dressing than curtains, and we think blinds are the way forward. We’ve selected some blinds below that we think will look great in a traditional style kitchen.

Wooden Blinds

In so many different wood colours there will be a blind to co-ordinate, or contrast with your kitchen units. These blinds will also give you excellent light control in a sunny kitchen.

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Roller Blinds

Roller blinds keep it nice and simple at the window so are ideal to balance out the busyness of knick knacks and open shelving. In so many colours you will be able to co-ordinate your blinds with other soft furnishings such as chair covers, or accessories such as tea towels.

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Roman Blinds

These blinds retain all the warmth of fabric but give a contemporary and up to date look. Roman blinds look equally good drawn up or down.

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For the full range of blinds just click here for wooden blinds, roller blinds or roman blinds. Use our next day sample service and you can get matching swatches or slats with your kitchen in the blink of an eye.

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4 thoughts on “Window blinds for traditional style country kitchens

  1. Dear Ceri

    Thank you for your question about our Roman blind range and their suitability for your kitchen door.

    Generally Roman blinds are not used in a door area because of the way they cascade when they fold. They are designed to cover the top quarter of any window, and although they can be raised higher, this is usually only done so for cleaning purposes.

    You may want to consider a roller blind, they come in a wide range of fabrics and are particularly suitable for kitchen conditions. I’ve included a link for you to have a look at: http://www.blinds-2go.co.uk/roller_blinds.asp

    Other options may be an aluminium venetian blind, http://www.blinds-2go.co.uk/venetian_blinds.htm, which can be clipped at the bottom to stop them moving when you open the door. Or if you have a UPVC door, one of our conservatory blinds may be more preferable, http://www.blinds-2go.co.uk/conservatory-blinds.

    I can easily arrange for you to speak to one of our experts for some help in choosing which blind is the best one for you? If you can just send me your preferred contact number, and the best time to call you, I’ll happily arrange a call back for you.

    Hope this helped and please do come back to me so we can help you with your choice.

    Many Thanks

    Michaela

    Michaela Marcham
    Customer Service Manager

  2. Hello,
    As your title I am looking for “Window blinds for traditional style country kitchens”, but your photos show blinds in 3 modern looking kitchens.

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