Natasha Marshall Drift Jet Roman Blinds UK

We love seeing Natasha Marshall Drift Jet Roman Blinds UK made to measure being sent out to customers. This design gives a classic design statement to a room in your home.  You can see the photo below where  the blind has been used in a home office. I hope we get to see what interior this new blind is being used. It is a treat when customers send through photos of their blinds for us to see.

The Drift design is very popular made into roman and laminated roller blinds. The black jet works so with white or grey walls which makes it easy to add a blind into a room.

Natasha Marshall Fabric Designs – Drift

The simplicity of the Drift design is timeless and is a great way to bring pattern into your home. Available in 5 colourways – Jet, Sand, Chilli Pepper, Apple and Nightshade.

This design was originally created in 2007. Due to it’s continued popularity it was recoloured in 2015. Inspiration for the Drift design was derived from drawings and photographs of the city. This urban influenced print proves that pattern inspiration really can be found anywhere.

This fabric is screenprinted in the UK on to a beautifully soft Cotton Linen base cloth.

Choice of Linings

Finally you can choose between cotton or blackout linings at Make a Blind. With a cotton lining it is nice to see the daylight coming through the blind to show the woven cloth. Our standard lining is a cotton lining that lets a gentle light through so you see the texture of the cotton linen during the day and early mornings as well as full privacy night and day when down over the window.

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 lining 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.

Natasha Marshall Drift Design

In conclusion you can order samples online so you can decide which is your favourite colourway to use in your home interior. In addition will you choose a roman or roller blind? If you have any interior questions please do get in touch.