This capsule collection of Roman blinds and curtains is designed to help you create harmonious interiors that lift the senses.
Our latest collaboration with House Beautiful magazine is designed to help you create a sense of harmony and wellbeing in your home.
Taking inspiration from the natural world, the Origins capsule collection of Roman blinds and curtains includes prints, weaves, embroideries and plains in a restful palette of chalk, mineral, citrine and aqua hues.
Mix and match fabrics from the House Beautiful Origins range to create a contemporary, naturally tranquil scheme. The collection blends watercolour prints and florals, textured plains and simple geometric designs. Here we talk you through the range and show you how you can style these fabrics in your home.
This is a textured plain fabric with a super soft feel. It’s available in three natural colourways: chalk, linen and aqua. Mineral coordinates beautifully with the patterned fabrics in the collection to help you create a layered look that brings a sense of calm and wellbeing.
For soft ripples of colour in a watercolour wash, choose Cascade. This restful print creates a lovely effect at your window and is available in two distinct colourways; pebble and chalk, or citrine and aqua. And like all of the fabrics in the Origins collection, coordinating cushion covers are available to complete the look.
Combining formal symmetry with soft, natural tones, Rattan is a calm and contemplative design that’s classically stylish and works well with any type of décor.
The watercolour brushstrokes of this fabulous floral print, blend an energising palette of citrus, aqua and moss to create a bright and fresh fabric that will bring a sense of positivity and wellbeing to any scheme.
You’ll love the neutral tones and classic styling of Bamboo. Finely painted bamboo leaves stand out against a textured linen relief to create a brown blind fabric that is both warm and sophisticated.
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