Blinds 2go Homes

August 19th, 2016 in All About Blinds

Here at Blinds 2go, one of our favourite past times is to see how our customers are giving their homes a Blind 2go touch, and it seems that it’s one of yours too. Some of our most popular posts are the customer makeovers (not that we’re too surprised, they are amazing), but today we’re looking at customer makeovers with a twist…

Come step inside our Blinds 2go Homes. We’ll be peering through the keyhole of where our Blinds 2go gurus live, starting with the lovely Richard, who works on the Customer Support team.

He’s only just moved into this place, so the room is still a little too beige for his liking, but the blind is a simple start to the transformation (we’ll make sure we share the final look when it’s finished).

This room is dressed with our Discovery Sepia roman blind, a design that reflects Richard’s passion for travel.


In his spare time (yes, we do let our super duper team have some time off), Richard likes to head outdoors. He loves mountain climbing in the UK, and has even explored lands of far away, including Germany, Russia and Canada.


He likes how the blind reminds him of his travels, and accompanied with his treasured finds, they make quite an impact. It’s a lovely attention grabbing part of the room, and one of the spaces that Richard hopes to keep the same with his redecorations.


We’re hoping for a real showstopper space to be just beyond the horizon. Here’s how we’d make over the room if we were in charge (please Richard?)…




Our collection includes:

  • – a tapestry wallhanging (a softer, and somewhat more affordable, alternative to artwork)
  • – a walnut based lamp (this one from MADE fuses worldly vibes with contemporary shapes),
  • – a rustic bed
  • – and of course linen bedding (in a shade that injects colour into the space).

How else would you dress the room?

meet Sally

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When I'm not writing posts for the Blinds 2go blog, you can find me getting inspiration from other bloggers and interior design magazines. I also love using Pinterest and Houzz to get plenty of inspiration too!

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