As autumn approaches, so does the desire for change. While a complete paint job or kitchen redo might be out of the question, changing up your blinds is one way of completely altering both the interior and exterior design of your home. Colours, patterns and practicality are all key aspects of giving your home a makeover.


Although the days may be getting short and the hours of sunshine brief, don’t let your interior design go down with the sun. Implementing warm shades will keep your house bright throughout the grey winter months while also lifting the overall mood of your home. The autumn season conjures up a variety of beautiful colour themes that can be implemented throughout the home. Autumn colours can create a sense of warmth, comfort and relaxation throughout the home.  The different shades of autumn foliage can inspire a variety of colours in various shades of red, gold, tan, beige, burnt orange and yellow.


Patterned blinds are also a great way to completely transform a room. Not only will patterned blinds refresh your home they will also set you apart from everyone else. When it comes to picking a patterned blind it’s important to consider the overall theme of the room, this will ensure that the mood and design of the rest of the interior is maintained. For example for a contemporary modern room geometric and structural patterns will amplify the contemporary feel. For a classic themed room floral and organic prints could be used.

Above all else, Practicality:

Autumn is when we can start to feel the transition into winter. The air gets chillier, the wind gets icy and the days get shorter. The heating bills can also begin to add up but with Nordic blinds you’ll be able to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter.  Furthermore, because Nordic Blinds are German-made the quality is unrivalled and includes a five year guarantee. Your blinds will be transitioning through the seasons with you for many years to come!

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