Regardless of where or what you live in, whether it’s a mansion in the country or a studio apartment in a city, the need for it to appear attractive yet comfortable is of high priority. Whilst many people will spend hours upon hours deciding on colour schemes and creating mood boards, others simply slap on the paint and hope for the best. Although both methods could work, deciding early on as to what type of features will be displayed in the room will help in the creation of it.
One, often overlooked, area within the home that can be dressed up with colour and patterns is the window. Curtains, roller blinds and shutters can all be used to decorate a window, however creating a centre piece for your room will be easier to accomplish with patterned roller blinds.
Adding colour and character to a home is of extreme importance, especially if you spend a lot of your time there either relaxing or socialising. On way to do this is to purchase decorative features and furniture that is colourful, bright and eye catching. Roller blinds are a particular favourite as they appear neat, tidy and sleek whilst bright and fun.
During the day, roller blinds can be rolled up to reveal the great outdoors and allow natural light to seep into the home. However, at night when the sun is down, the blind can be rolled down to reveal a pretty and eye-catching pattern that is sure to transform a room.
When purchasing a roller blind, it is important to measure both the width of the window pane and the length. Whilst many retailers and manufacturers will sell general and standard sized blinds that are made to fit most sizes, it is definitely worth investing in a made to measure one. These will look much more appealing and tidy in the home and will last longer than traditional ones.
Even if a room is relatively plain and somewhat neutral, items such as window treatments, rugs and cushion covers can all help to add that bit of brightness and personality.