Make My Blinds have put together five key trends that will spruce up your home this Spring.
Like a fine Spring day, these fresh trends make a sensory impact, from bold pink kitchens to invigorating floral prints.
TREND I – Lavender Lux
You may go all in on lavender by painting the walls this calming hue or go with a modern twist by bringing soft shades of lilac and lavender together through your soft furnishings, transforming your space into a romantic, relaxing environment without compromising on class.
Make My Blinds’ pencil pleat mauve blush curtains, paired with velvet lilac chairs, bring texture and warmth to this neutral dining space creating a luxurious contemporary look.
TREND II – Flouncy Florals
Tap into the vibrancy that the beginning of Spring brings with stunning floral prints. From rich pink palettes to wild jungle motifs, energetic patterns full of fresh colours and life will revitalise and uplift any room, whether working with a light or dark palette.
For their new floral collection, Make My Blinds designers drew inspiration from timeless countryside style and threw in the bold use of color to take traditional floral curtains from drab to fab.
TREND III – Brave & Bold
Say goodbye to bland, neutral kitchens and hello to a bold and brave new aesthetic.
Incorporating color into your kitchen design creates a fun, uplifting space to cook and entertain. Whether it’s strong pink cabinetry or a statement wall in a bright hue, guests will not forget your kitchen space in a hurry.
Set a stylish tone with gold bar stools and taps. Go a step further by dressing your windows with an eye-catching print, such as Make My Blinds’ lovely pink flamingo roller blinds.
TREND IV – Comfortcore
Feel-good spaces and well-being-led design are becoming a popular trend, as many of us are staying in more in 2023. The more at peace we feel in our home, the more we will thrive in our indoor spaces.
The calming color palette of Dulux wild wonder, earthy tones, and warm textures reinforce the power of nature to make this inviting window space feel relaxing and cosy.
Bring texture into your space with soft cushions, throws and translucent roller blinds for natural light diffusion. Complete the look with pampas grass and curved furniture.
TREND V – Ocean Opulence
Drawing inspiration from the versatility of ocean life and the pleasing aesthetics seen in deep blue waters, this trend exudes serenity with a side serving of luxury.
Create a mesmerising marine space by combining brooding blues with tranquil teals, turquoise, lush plants, and layered window dressings.
This versatile color scheme works in all spaces, from bathrooms to sprawling master bedrooms.
2023 Spring trends celebrate bold style and functionality with a focus on wellness. Whether renovating or updating a few key pieces, your window dressings can significantly impact a space.
Make My Blinds offer an extensive range of curtains and blinds to ensure you choose the most up-to-date styles for an interior you’ll love for years to come.
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