Take a look as some pretty inspiration so you can get my drift...
Isn't this the happiest looking home office? The colours and the light are stunning, and so are those blinds.
A more subtle room but very elegant and neutral, those grey roman's with the white ribbon down the edge are gorgeous!
These ones let lots of nice light through and really tie all the elements of this kitchen together don't you think?
And do you know a little girl who WOULDN'T want a pink and turquoise bedroom like this one?
Above images via hereVery wintery, cosy, natural looking and you can't go past stripes can you?
So do you want to see the fabric I've chosen? Well this fabric chose me really. I saw it at Spotlight yesterday and it was my favourite in the whole shop by far so I bought half a meter to make kitchen tea towels out of but then when it rang up at $5/mtr as opposed to the $14.95/mtr on the tag I said to the lady 'Well at that price let me have an extra 2mtrs'. THEN she couldn't get get the computer to work properly and gave me the extra 2mtrs at $1.50!
Don't you agree, it was meant to be?
And there it is, stunning right?
So it might take me a few weeks to get started (find the time) but I will do a little 'how to' post when it's completed. I've got a great book which has 'how to make roman blinds' but I've lent it to a neighbour down the road so if I don't get it back in time I've found a great online tutorial which looks just as good as my book's instructions here.
Have any of you lovely ladies out there made roman blinds before? How did they turn out, is it hard... no, no, actually don't tell me that!
Have a lovely day,