Can you believe it’s already September? We’ve been thinking Christmas and winter here at Blinds 2go HQ already (in truth, a few of us have been getting excited about it since May), but for now we’re looking forward to Autumn.
And the September issue of Your Home magazine was a pretty busy one for us too. We had our Head of Design dishing out the advice about conservatories and one of our wooden blinds making the moodboard on adding warm woods to kitchens. One of our favourite roller blinds even make the website too!
So let’s take a closer look….
As we move into autumn, our attention is turning towards the warmer shades, and this isn’t limited to the soft fabrics… Wood can come in a whole range of shades, including those sumptuous walnut and dark mahogany ones.
Our Impressions Faux Wood range brings you the best of these shades, with the added bonus of a material that much easier to take care of.
Fast forward a few pages and we reach the ‘Ask the Experts’ part of Your Home Magazine. And by the centre fold we’ve found Leah, our Head of Design, offering one reader some advice on his conservatory.
It wasn’t too long back that Leah wrote a guide to conservatory blinds for the Your Home website, so she was in her element with this one. Better still, since this article was written, we’ve launched another range in our conservatory blinds collection, EasiFIT venetian blinds.
The EasiFIT venetian blinds are free hanging instead of encased in the frame, so you can make the most of all of the window. You can find out more about them right here…
Finally we head over to the Your Home website with a guide on creating the coastal chic look.
Our lovely Splash Gulls Seaside Blue roller blind was the star of show, and in honesty, we’re not too surprised.
We took a look at the stats, and out of all of our digitally printed designs (that’s all the ones designed by Leah & the team, all of the Scion Living and Sanderson Home collection), this was the best seller by far!
Who would have thought that so many would fall in love with seagulls?
The best part is, since it’s on the website, you can check out this one right now, and right here…