Do you have small extra windows in your bedroom?
To insure you get a good nights sleep it is vital that you can have a dark room any time of the year – You can cover small difficult windows with a blind like we have in this room. The main window has curtains and there are two small windows with blinds in the same pattern. The pattern is called ‘Billow’ from the Natasha Marshall collection Ikon. The colourway of Billow used in this room is called sea fog and it is also available in Misty Blue and Feather Grey. This design is available as a roman blind or fabric roller blind.
This room has used blackout lining on the roman blinds so it keeps out all the light. Blackout linings are our favourite for bedrooms as it provides complete blackout of the sunlight so you sleep until you need to. It will provide complete privacy when the blinds are down. It also works like the thermal linings in helping keep the heat in the room due to the thickness of the lining. So when down they are giving you a stylish room as well as being functional to help reduce your energy bills.
Roman or Roller Fabric blinds:
Roman Blinds are made from beautiful soft high quality natural fabrics that are then sewn to the highest standards with a cotton lining, thermal lining or blackout lining depending on your preference. A Roman blinds folds up on itself as it is taken up over the window. Our range currently focuses on the Natasha Marshall fabrics which are printed linen cottons from our Alegre and Ikon collections or for plains our Alibi collection.
Or you can choose to use a Fabric Roller Blind which are also made from beautiful soft high quality 100% natural fabrics that are then laminated and over locked on all visible edges with a cotton or blackout lining depending on your preference. A roller blind covers less of the window when up than a Roman blind as it rolls on itself as it is taken up over the window.
Both of these options can be supplied using a blackout lining. Blackout lining is especially great for childrens bedrooms.
Natasha Marshall’s House:
These photos are taken of Natasha and Neil’s guest room at home. A home they built themselves and you can see more photos on the Natasha Marshall blog.