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A fine line

Introducing new season geometrics

Samantha Gibson

by Samantha Gibson

Trend and Styling Expert

Published: 02/10/2019

Updated: 08/12/2020

Defining style

Give your interior the edge with geometric print curtains and Roman blinds from our new season collection. Browse fine line prints, watercolour waves and abstract pattern repeats and create a style that’s totally on point.

Close up of Fragment Monochrome curtains in kitchen

Check mate

This season, monochrome is back with a bang, albeit softened with warm caramel tones and pops of colour, usually on the orange/red colour spectrum. Go for ochre accents to keep things subtle, burgundy and rust for a boho vibe and bold primary colours for an artistic twist. In this open plan kitchen diner, we’ve used a strong monochrome geometric print curtain to create division, but also to bring a cosy feel to the intimate dining space.

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A red and white room with a bright yellow couch that sits under the window. The window is covered with a Roman blind that features a red and white linear design

Totally Terrazzo

Look out for more and more terrazzo prints coming into our homes next year. Terrazzo has been slowly gaining popularity as an option for kitchen worktops, flooring, cookware and wall art. Loved for its subtle colour, texture and playful pattern, terrazzo is a natural choice for fabrics too. We’ve chosen a Terrazzo ginger Roman blind for this mid-century style living room. This lively jacquard print features vibrant velvet lozenges over a creamy background for a luxe feel that’s totally on-trend.

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A geometric blue, white and black circular design featured on a Roman blind which is behind a blue bed with a yellow throw

Hex factor

Blue is another big colour story for next season, and this combination of faded denim and navy manages to combine a sense of sharp tailoring and laid-back style that’s perfect for this preppy bedroom. By fitting two Roman blinds across the wide windows, you create a wall of stylish pattern that also provides really flexible light control. Choose blackout linings for your Roman blinds for a finish that looks great and helps you sleep even better.

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Alto Deep Indigo curtains on sliding doors in a living room

Rough diamond

You don’t need to own in a beachfront condo to enjoy the light-filled, back-to-nature styling of these dreamy homes. Simplicity, symmetry and striking textural contrasts are key to nailing this deluxe boho style. An industrial concrete floor teamed with a natural jute rug, a contemporary deep-cushioned sofa juxtaposed with classic mid-century woven chairs, and bold geometric print curtains in barely-there shades of grey. Pampas grass and a monster aspidistra finish this sophisticated retro theme.

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Explore all the geometric fabrics in our new curtain and Roman blind collection



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