Brand Boutique: Harlequin Additions

December 26th, 2016 in All About Blinds

Yes, that’s right. We’ve added another designer brand to our realm! A huge warm welcome to Harlequin Additions, an exciting collaboration between Harlequin and Blinds 2go. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that this is not the first British brand collaboration we’ve been a part of. We started with Scion Living, then created Sanderson HOME, and now we’re working with one of the biggest names in the interiors world.

Combining Harlequin’s patterns, a sprinkling of help and research from our fantastic design team and Blinds 2go know-how, this collection has made their designs more accessible than ever before!


Prices start from just £29.43 for a roman blind, with roller blinds shortly to follow too. The collection features beautiful floral and striped patterns, in a mix of tried and tested colour palettes, as well as specially curated ones exclusively for Blinds 2go.


So what is Harlequin Additions?

“Harlequin Additions is a new sub-brand within the ever-growing Harlequin Group portfolio. Oozing quality and glamour, Additions was conceived to fulfill the need for versatile, visually appealing yet accessibly-priced fabrics”.

So it’s not really much of a surprise that they chose Blinds 2go to help make this a reality.


What’s more, some of the patterns you see in our Harlequin Additions range have never been available on fabric before.
After many hours spent exploring the Harlequin archives, we created a collection of patterns, choosing from fabrics and wallpapers both new and old! Our designers really dug deep into the archives…

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From the mute neutrals of the Spirit Beige to the bright colours of Gardenia Peony, there’s something for every style of home in this Harlequin Additions range. Look out for more colours, styles and designs that are still to come in the new year!

Here’s a sneak peek of one of the blinds still to come…


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