1. The Ultimate Guide on How to Clean Vertical Blinds

    How to clean vertical blinds: Closeup of blinds

    If you’ve noticed a build-up of dust and dirt on your vertical blinds, it’s time to give them a good clean. Vertical blinds may attract less dust than other types, but they still need a clean every now and again.

    To help you refresh your blinds and keep them looking new, follow this simple guide on how to clean vertical blinds. 

    What to Know Before You Begin

    Before you start cleaning your vertical blinds, you’ll want to double-check which materials they’re made from. Fabric vertical blinds can be washed by hand or in the washing machine, while wooden blinds shouldn’t be soaked at all. It’s also a good idea to read the manufacturer

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  2. Our Door Blinds Buying Guide and Inspiration for Your Home

    Door blinds in grey and white room

    We often think about changing paint colours or adding new furniture to refresh the look of the room. An overlooked way to transform a space is to invest in new door blinds. Whether you opt for a seamless, timeless design to match your doors or a bold colour to add interest, it’s a great way to update your home.

    Find the best door blinds for your living space with our helpful guide. We’ll take you through everything you need to know about buying for french doors, patio doors, and interior doors. Plus, we’ll share the top picks from our made-to-measure blinds for each style.

    Best Blinds for French Doors and Bifold Doors

    With french doors or bifold doors, it can often feel like your options are limited as you need to ma

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  3. Our 4 Favourite Rustic Farmhouse Style Living Rooms

    Our 4 Favourite Rustic Farmhouse Style Living Rooms

     The soft light gives this room a cosy scandinavian atmosphere. The brick wall also helps to add some more personality to an already gorgeous space.

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  4. Your Guide to the Best Bathroom Blinds for Different Window Types

    A modern bathroom with roller blinds as the bathroom blinds

    You might not consider your bathroom to be the most stylish room in your home, but it’s a great space to use decor and window dressings to increase aesthetics. While it’s easy to add a vase or a cosy towel display, home decor in a bathroom requires thinking about water and moisture. When it comes to window blinds, there are several options that are moisture-resistant and can add beauty and practicality to your bathroom.

    Looking for stylish bathroom blinds that offer privacy and light control? You’ve come to the right place. Here, we’ll show you the best bathroom blinds for different types of windows and needs. Whether you want to increase privacy, let light filter in or install blinds that can get wet without warping, you’ll find what you’re looking for on this list.

    Your Guide to the Best Bathro

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  5. Modern Home Decor : Get The Look

    Modern Home Decor : Get The Look

    What do you think of when you hear the term ‘modern decor’? Clean lines, stripped back spaces and neutral colours all spring to mind - in a word, simplicity. Contemporary interior design is all about keeping accessories and colours to a minimum, and letting your room sing. 

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  6. 5 Home Decor Ideas For Small Spaces

    5 Home Decor Ideas For Small Spaces

    Small spaces are transformed through clever lighting. Overhead lighting is quick and practical, but highlight corners in shadow with table lamps and fairy lights to visually open out your space. Similarly, choose window coverings with care - semi-sheer fabrics like voile can be great for daytime rooms, as they soften passing sunlight without fully obscuring it. Finally, consider placing large mirrors around the room to reflect lightfall and amplify brightness.

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  7. Conservatory Blinds: 8 Ways to Use Them for Style and Functionality

    Conservatory blinds

    Conservatories are beautiful rooms that add functionality to any home. They increase the amount of time you can spend in your garden or patio, even if it’s cold and rainy outside. They also make it easier to grow plants indoors in areas with short outdoor growing seasons. Additionally, they offer a gorgeous space where you can entertain guests, read or enjoy the company of your family.

    The problem with conservatories — and similar spaces like sunrooms and orangeries — is that they tend to have temperature control issues. They heat up in the bright sunlight and feel frigid in the winter months. Using conservatory blinds is a great way to control temperature and make your conservatory somewhere you can hang out all year long. Best of all, they can help you save energy and m

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  8. Your Go-To Guide for Choosing the Best Waterproof Bathroom Blinds

    Waterproof bathroom blinds

    Blinds are hands down the most popular shade of choice for bathrooms, but many shoppers don’t realise choosing non waterproof or 'bunch-shut' bathroom blinds risks their shades staining, moulding or fading. Do you know which blinds are safe from your shower? Here’s our pick of the best water-resistant styles.

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  9. Kitchen Blinds: The Best Options That Stand Up to Moisture

    Kitchen blinds and sink with two plants on either side

    Kitchens are spaces that tend to get wet and messy — two things that usually don’t go well with fabric blinds. Fortunately, you can still get privacy, light control and gorgeous style simply by choosing the right types of blinds. For kitchens, bathrooms and other areas where moisture is a consideration, knowing the best blinds options means having window dressings that last for years, even in the toughest environments.

    Wondering what types of kitchen blinds you should use? We’ve made it easy with this handy guide featuring waterproof and moisture-resistant styles. Plus, we’ll give you some styling tips and offer resources if you need help finding the perfect window blinds for every room in your house.

    How to Choose Kitchen Blinds

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  10. Boho Home Decor : Get The Look

    Boho Home Decor : Get The Look

    At its heart, the bohemian style is a merry mish mash of vibrant patterns, so mix, match and ultimately clash colours to your heart’s content. If you’re worried about spending big on items that don’t work, use scatter cushions and throws for your boldest patterns, which can be moved (or removed) if they become ‘too much’.

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