Living rooms are such versatile spaces: a place for the kids to play, to relax in front of the telly, and to host guests. So if you’re eager to get your lounge looking spick and span, take a look at our guide to the best living room blinds.
Beautiful bay windows
When it comes to dressing your bay window, treat it as you would a little black dress. You want to really show off its silhouette! Choose three separate made-to- measure blinds to make the most of it.
Wooden blinds look fab in a bay, especially when teamed with luxurious tape instead of traditional cords. Here, our Black Night Wooden blinds make a real statement, while the complementary tape gives them a stylish shutter feel.
Roll down a new look
Roller blinds are so fab in any room of the home, and with loads of patterns available they’re a great way to add a focal point to a space too. In this comfy space, we’ve gone dotty for Rollers with our Dotty Beige fabric. Combined with our stripy chair, we’ve got ourselves a look!
Shut out the world
Shutters in a living room = swoon. Café style – where the shutters cover the bottom half of the window only – are simply made for overlooked rooms. Or if you’ve got patio doors in your lounge, try full-height shutters instead. These ones feature a gorgeous chocolatey shade.
There’s something about Roman blinds that just scream ‘cosy – a bit like a onesie on a cold night. So naturally, picking them for a living room will make your front room feel warm and inviting. The dark shade and attractive leafy design of our Tuxedo fabric finishes off this traditional living room nicely.
Keep the doors wide open
If you’ve a conservatory-cum-living room, you’ll want to use it all year round. Adding Pleated blinds from our EcoPleat range helps to stop the heat escaping through your windows in the winter – think of the clever honeycomb structure as a cosy secret weapon – and when the weather gets warmer, it will stop it feeling like a furnace too. And of course, if you pick a sunny shade like this one, you’re sure to brighten up the space in the process.