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What Colour Blinds are Best?

Window Blind Colours

Start by choosing a cohesive colour palette and use it to design all the rooms in your home so that your rooms flow. While you'll want each room to be different, it helps if they work as a set. It's really important to dig deep and work out which colours and hues resonate with you. If you're stuck on where to start you can begin by looking in your wardrobe to see the colours you naturally pick out.

We recommend you start with a fabric sample to build a colour scheme around. You'll find a combination of colours that all sit nicely together, neutrals through to brighter accent colours. The truth is that blinds can be lighter or darker than the colour of your walls. To ensure that everything blends well together, the blinds and walls should be at least one shade lighter or darker than each other, and they should also be of a similar tone.

Shades from natural woven fibres remains a staple colour for window blinds. Blues, soft greens, lavenders, berries and greys are popular, as well as jewel tones in orange and gold.

  • White comes in a variety of hues, ranging from bright to off and everything in between. With a white blind, the windows blend in and flow with the rest of the decor.

  • Boring old beige does not have to be. It's just that it's too often used as a default, with no thought given to tone, hue, value, or what other colours might complement it. Beige's nuances are nearly limitless. The shade of beige you choose can change the entire mood of a room. Warm, yellowy beiges complement teals, turquoises, and other yellow blues. True red looks vibrant and elegant when paired with darker warm beiges. No matter what the undertone, beige and pink look lovely. All beige tones, light or dark, look great with bright white; nothing looks crisper or more traditional than this combination.

  • You may have noticed that grey has emerged as one of the most popular neutral colours for window blinds. Beige and white blinds will probably always be the most popular neutrals, but furnishing your windows with grey gives you options that other neutral colours do not. Consider greige, a neutral grey with a hint of beige or brown. Try charcoal grey instead of black or dark blue. Charcoal grey can be an excellent dark accent colour because it is neither too dark nor too drab. Knowing the difference between grey with blue or brown undertones will help you choose the correct colour for your custom made blind.

  • Brown is a rich and traditional decorating colour. A great neutral for decorating schemes and a great alternative to black and grey. The earthy brown tones in our blinds will make your home feel warm and inviting.

  • Small black accents can add definition and drama. In a bedroom, black is intimate, romantic, and protective, and the delicious contrast between a neutral interior and a black blind will add depth to the room.

  • Teal, a blue-green colour that evokes everything from the tropics to the Tropicana, is a versatile classic for window blinds.

  • When it comes to decorating with blue, go bold and add a vibrant turquoise blind with dark tones to create a modern look.

  • Pairing crisp, linen-like white walls with deep moody green blind is great way to add contrast and visual interest to room while remaining fresh and modern.

  • Our yellow blinds represent the colour of flowers, lemons, and sunshine, and they have a unique appeal in all of their variations.

  • Orange is a versatile colour that can instantly transform a room. View some of our favourite orange blinds with various accents.

  • Purple blinds range from vibrant violet to pale lavender and can be proud and regal or soft and sweet. Use it as an accent and this mystical hue is sure to make a statement.

  • Powder pink blinds should be balanced with an equal amount of soft white and touches of warm neutrals – sand, stone, caramel.

  • Although various shades of red will be more popular for a while, red will never go out of style. A deep, rich red is the “it” colour right now, and we have some fantastic blinds with this sumptuous hue.

  • Embrace these statement metallic blinds and discover how to use a mix of metal finishes in your home interior.

  • Dabbling with a few patterns is fun, but diving in headfirst is even better. With our multicolour patterned roller and roman blinds, you can create chic, eye-catching spaces and freshen up your interior.


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