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Get the look with new Faux Wood blinds

Sarah Quilliam by Sarah Quilliam

Our new collection of Faux Wood blinds offers stylish and practical solutions for every room in the home. Here, we talk you through the collection and share our tips for designing contemporary spaces with stylish Faux Wood blinds at your windows.

Industrial luxe
This trend takes its inspiration from uber cool warehouse apartments, where interior design works in harmony with existing architectural features built for industrial use.  The look combines heavy metals, leather and concrete in shades of grey, black and tan. Angular shapes and bold geometrics enhance the architectural feel, while lush greenery introduces an refreshing natural element.  In this chic living room, we’ve chosen rich Nutmeg Faux Wood blinds to complement the warm shade of the contemporary leather sofa.

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New England style
Combine shades of blue and white to create a laid-back summer feel. New England style incorporates coastal design elements and bleached out woodwork to create a bright and comfortable space. In this gorgeous living room we’ve painted the walls in a stormy blue and chosen Fine White Faux Wood blinds to imbue the room with a bright and light feel. A large slouchy sofa dominates the space, inviting you in to relax. A porthole shaped standard lamp and ripple effect rug reference the coastal theme.

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Spa Days
Faux Wood blinds look just as good as real wood, but with the added benefit of being moisture-resistant, which makes them a great choice for steamy bathrooms. To get the latest look for your bathroom, imagine a luxury spa, with serene colours, lush greenery and lots of pampering products to hand. We’ve chosen Natural Stone Faux Wood blinds for this sophisticated bathroom scheme. The subtle grey fleck in the slats picks up the blue-grey tones of the wall tiles, bringing the whole scheme together.

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Hot Tropics
Warm wood shades are ideal for creating interiors that are straight out of the tropics.  Get the look with spicy shades and exotic plants which echo the colours and textures of the rainforest. We’ve dressed this stunning bay window with Oakwood Faux Wood blinds and turned up the temperature with paprika cushion covers and throws. A snake-charmer basket and botanical wall art adds to the tropical flavour.

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Modern rustic
Country style kitchens have been given a twenty-first century makeover by mixing up traditional features with contemporary design elements. In this modern-day example we’ve combined a classic shaker kitchen and belfast sink with quirky honeycomb tiles and industrial style bar stools. Faux Wood blinds in a contemporary Smoke grey shade pick-up the industrial elements and shake up this rustic look to give it an urban appeal.

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Loft living
Create a light and airy loft room with an all-white palette punctuated with warm neutral shades. We’ve chosen crisp white Platinum Faux Wood blinds to maximise the amount of light coming in to the room during the day. And to make sure that we also create the right sleeping environment we’ve selected our Smart Privacy option. Innovative Smart Privacy blinds give you enhanced control over light and privacy, which means that you won’t be disturbed by bright morning sunlight or lighter nights.

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Moody hues
Contrast a bold colour with creamy Faux Wood blinds for a look that’s seductively sultry. We’ve picked out a palette of deep indigo and violet for this elegant living room, with refreshing lime accents and fragrant floral accessories. The linen sofa, whitewashed floor and Bone White Faux blinds at the feature window add a lightness of touch to the heady scheme.

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Boutique chic
Give your bedroom an understated boutique feel with crisp white linen, soft ambient lighting and sumptuously soft carpets. Sleek and stylish Matt White Faux Wood blinds finish the natural look in this room, picking up the textural quality of the driftwood and rattan for a considered look that’s brimming with simple elegance.

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