One of the big trends in fashion and home decor this season is florals. This week we're looking at some of our most beautiful floral designs. Whether you like subtle designs or bold prints, we have something for everyone in our collection and designs that can work in any room of the house.
If you're into traditional florals then you might like our Magnolia collection. Coming in three shades, Inky (pictured above), Pipin and Rosa (left), it's a blackout blind with energy-saving properties and 20% cotton content. It's a great choice for bedrooms but popular for lounges and dining areas too.
For an even more traditional look there's our border print Roller Blind, Country Garden. This comes in the yellow and blue hued Spring Glade or the red tinged Summer Daze and has been a very popular choice for kitchens and dining rooms.
If you like striking, bold prints then check out Bloom Amellie. This popular floral blind has been one of our best sellers and also comes with purple tones, Bloom Juno. It has some fantastic properties, including being flame resistant, wipe clean, energy saving and blackout.
For a more abstract look, there's the Liberty collection. This blind comes in three colour choices but also as a Vertical blind option. It's a sheer fabric that allows light to filter through, creating a bold splash of colour in your room, perfect if you're an artistic and creative person who wants a more striking look at your window rather than traditional florals.
For a more subtle look there's the lovely Floral Shadow collection. This comes in four soft shades and gently lets the light filter through the patterned areas of the blind. For other delicate floral prints, you can browse our Patterned Roller Blind collection.
If you like the floral trend but you're not sure about floral blinds then you can always opt for a single wall of floral wallpaper and complement it with plain furnishings, like this luxe Montana Moccasin roller blind. To assist with your decorating decisions you can request up to five free swatches from us to make sure that your decor co-ordinates beautifully.