Forget The Winter Chill With Some Green Shoots Of Design Recovery
Although we may be in the grip of the coldest winter in over ten years and the green shoots of economic recovery still a distant prospect, the leaf pattern is springing up across many areas of interior design from wallpaper to cushions and blinds.
“It is perhaps symbolic of our desire for a simpler life and a need for a stronger connection with the natural world,” says Sarah Quilliam, head of product design for Hillarys. “When times get tough it’s goodbye to bling and too much opulence and a return to a more organic, holistic and nature-inspired feel in the home.”
Taking a leaf out of the natural world can be advisable with a botanical inspired fabric which featuring leaf trails. Patterns can incorporate anything for the natural world such as bamboo palm or fern. All things nature and natural are in vogue right now in the world of interior design. A tropical leafy print on roman blinds is the ideal way to give a fresh twist to bringing the outdoors in.
Graceful and sophisticated, the current trend in many homes is for steely grey embroidered blinds with a wistful leaf design ushering in a mood of gentle reflection. Graphic, eye-catching and chic, black and white leaf motifs are a dramatic design statement also reflecting the trend for monochromatic schemes.
Forgetting the winter chill and grim economic forecasts is extremely important. Fortunately with such a choice of natural patterned roman blinds out there consumers have the option of bringing a bit of warmth and greenery into their homes.
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