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“With a whole host of benefits to home working, a quick and easy new year office makeover could be just what you need to reinvigorate your home-working life.”

Liz Earle on wellbeing

Author, TV presenter and entrepreneur Liz Earle shares her tips on bringing health and wellbeing into your home office to get your New Year off to the calmest of starts. She shows just how easy it is to create a space you’ll love to work in.

  • Get the look with Roman and Faux Wood blinds
  • Screen clutter with Voile curtains
  • Bring the outside in with a botanical-inspired print
  • Made-to-measure for a designer finish

Liz Earle has a long history of helping people live well. Starting in the beauty business, she now runs Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine, bursting with top tips to help you look good and feel great.

Liz drew on her wellbeing credentials when she styled this home office for us. An inviting medley of textures, plethora of plants and clever solutions like using Voile curtains to screen clutter-filled bookcases makes Liz’s styled space unique.

She chose a mixture of Faux Wood and Roman blinds at the window. The result is a nature-inspired look that’s both practical and pretty.


Liz's fabric choices

Liz mixed both Faux Wood and Roman blinds for a practical and versatile look. Delizia Taupe Roman blinds tie in with the botanical, nature-inspired scheme, while the Oakwood Faux Wood blinds both add texture and help to keep glare off screens as the light moves during the day. Liz also chose Serene Linen Voile curtains to screen clutter at the bookcases.

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Wellbeing window dressings

Light is an important factor in our sense of wellbeing, as is the ability to control that light. Choosing a blind with slats, as Liz did in the home office she styled, helps to control glare and makes you more productive in a space like a home office.

Liz combined her Faux Wood blinds with layered Romans. That helped her to create a soft effect that tied in with the rest of the scheme. Choosing a blackout lining meant that the multi-functional office could easily become a home cinema room by rolling down the blinds.

From blackout to thermal blinds, there’s a solution to help you solve every window woe at Hillarys. Performance fabrics can help you reflect the sun in bright conservatories, while Pleated blinds with a honeycomb structure help to keep spaces temperate all year round. For the perfect solution for you, make a free home appointment with your local advisor.