There’s nothing we love more than coming into the office, checking our Instagram and finding we’ve been tagged in your gorgeous photos. Tell a lie, we love it when that photo takes us a profile where the whole house is filled with Blinds 2go products even more!
Not too long ago, just that happened, and the house in question belonged to none other than Gaby from Life in Eight blog.
All of the windows in Gaby’s house are dressed from Blinds 2go and she’s kindly allowed us to share her lovely home with you. Now she does love to have her white wooden blinds raised during the day to make the most of the natural daylight, but that doesn’t mean we can’t marvel at what a fabulous job she’s done at decorating the home.
Her home is the most pristine we’ve ever seen, especially as she has a two-year old running around the house, and a full-time job. We’d love to know how she finds the time to keep it so spick and span. Gaby has optimised the brightness of her kitchen with sleek surfaces that reflects the light that pours through the white wooden blind.
We love rooms that pop and the bright yellow accents of the master bedroom have us swooning hard! The contrast between stark white and the dark charcoal is dreamy too.
Just after they moved in, Mr & Mrs LifeinEight found out they were expecting. The task of creating a nursery wasn’t very daunting for a six-months-pregnant Gaby though.
Wow, what a room! This study pops in all the right places, whilst the abundance of light makes it a perfect space to, well, study all year round.
And finally, the photo where our discoveries all began…
We don’t think we’ve seen a mother so fond of using white in the home before, but we sure love Gaby’s style. The use of white wooden blinds mean that colours and features can easily be updated, without the need to change the window dressings.
We hope you’ve enjoyed snooping around Gaby’s home with us.
Gaby lives in Scotland with her husband and daughter. She loves tackling a bit of DIY, and is pretty good at completing Ikea hacks.
Disclaimer: All of these photos have been used from the Life in Eight blog, with permission from the owner.