Swags and tails are a classical style of dressing for bay windows. This style is ideal for traditional and modern homes because you can make the swags as ornate or a simple as you wish. Making a feature or focal point of a bay window is a great way to add the ‘wow’ factor to [...]
Bay windows lend themselves to be dressed with treatments which emphasise the bay, as such various styles of blinds can be used depending on the room in which your bay window is located.
Roman blinds offer a soft and informal bay window dressing. The concept is simple as you hang an individual Roman blind in [...]
With bay windows being notoriously difficult to dress, today we’re going to look at using both bay window curtains and blinds to create a stunning window dressing which can be adjusted to suit different interior design styles as well as privacy requirements.
The trend for combining curtains and blinds as a practical and aesthetically pleasing window [...]
In our second part of this mini-series we’re taking a look at full length curtains for bay windows, suggesting stylish ways to dress your bay window with minimum fuss and maximum impact.
To create a sense of balance full length curtains are a great option for bay windows. In our last post we looked at using [...]
We’re often asked about effective ways to dress bay windows. As such we’re going to take a look at 5 different bay window dressings, beginning with the use of voile and sheer lightweight panels.
Bay window curtains can be a variety of different fabrics and materials to suit the interior design style of your home. Modern [...]
Today we’re going to turn our attention to family living and living rooms. For many people their living room is the centre of their home. A room where family members gather at the end of the day, the place where we take our guests to entertain them. Modern lounges are no longer kept solely for [...]
The trend for staying-in continues to grow as the economy still remains shaky. With this trend comes the need for modern lounges to embrace the trend by making them as user friendly as possible. In today’s modern world we have televisions, blue-rays, games boxes and sound systems our parent and grand parents would never have [...]
This style of interior design focuses on rustic interiors, lodges, log cabins and retreats. Dating back to the 1800s and named after the Adirondack Mountains in the Northern New York area. The style is a superb way to bridge the gap between classical log cabin and lodge interiors with modern lifestyles. The key focus on [...]
This interior design style focuses on the use of colour, form and texture. Track and spot lighting, along with art styled lamps are used to highlight specific areas and art work. Walls are typically white and have no ornamentation apart from bespoke wall art which takes the limelight.
Large open plan spaces are made with simple [...]
Contemporary style is a far cry from other interior design styles of the past. This style calls for clean lines and uncluttered surfaces. Fussy patterns are not on the agenda as solid colours are used to create stunning lounges which are suited to modern living styles.
Large screen plasma televisions and home theatres have become an [...]