If you took your kids to see the Lego Movie earlier this year – or went by yourself – then the chances are that you’ll already be tuned into the latest fashion. Pop art primary tones are everywhere right now, from the silver screen to high street rails.
Wearing bold block colours isn’t for everyone, but the good news is that this look can be applied to interiors as well as outfits. Lively shades of red, yellow, orange and green create an eye-catching effect in your home.
This trend isn’t just for the adventurous either. While you can be brave and paint your walls a statement shade, you could introduce subtle splashes of vibrancy using soft furnishings and accessories instead.
When it comes to your windows, there are lots of vivid dressings to choose from. Bright prints are a fantastic choice for summer, but will also stand the test of time over the coming months and years. Heather Evans from the Web-Blinds team has picked out a few of her favourites.
“Sizzling scarlet blinds are sure to heat things up and our Elston Red Roman is no exception. Reds have a cosy appeal and the fully-lined fabric can help to keep your room nice and warm when the temperature drops in the evening.
“Alternatively, our yellow blinds have a really summery feel. The Beeswax Yellow Roller blind has a cheerful design that is perfect for injecting a splash of sunny style into your décor, whatever the unpredictable weather throws our way.
“And if you mix red and yellow, what do you get? Orange of course! Our Rainbow Jaffa Wooden Venetian blind has a mouth-watering appearance. Here, it contrasts beautifully with our crisp white palette.
“Or if you’d like to create an outdoors-inspired scheme with a touch of green, our Venice Green Vertical blind is ideal. The lovely lush hue is full of natural charm. Last but not least, rustic wooden furniture provides a fabulous finishing touch.”