On-trend Autumn colours that will work for your blinds and curtains all year round.
Colours to fall for this Autumn from Norwich Sunblinds
From leafy green to jewel tones of emerald, green is a fashion staple this Autumn and a popular colour whatever the season. Shades of olive and avocado (think foodie greens) have burst back onto the scene as the result of this year’s 70s trend and make a real impact in a vintage print on Blinds and Curtains.
Whether your style is bold or classic, you’ll find Blinds and Curtains in Autumn colours from Norwich Sunblinds.
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Get cosy with warm earthy tones
Create a cosy haven in your home this season with fabrics in chocolate brown, toffee, aubergine, paprika, and yellow ochre. Warm natural tones work really well for blinds for your living room and curtains for the bedroom. These classic shades will look great in your home for years to come.
Channel the not so moody blues
You may have noticed that blue has dominated home interiors this year. It’s hardly surprising, Classic Blue is the Pantone Colour of the Year for 2020. However, it’s not a passing fashion, whether you favour a traditional navy or a vivid cobalt, this popular colour is here to stay. Blue is perfect for all blind types from modern style roller blinds to more traditional roman blinds and suits all rooms from the kitchen to the bathroom and bedrooms.
Jewel tones of blue work well with Blinds and Curtains in Autumn colours. Try adding metallics to create a 1930s art deco feel, add a silver cushion or touches of gold to your accessories. Need some style inspiration? The team at Norwich Sunblinds are here to help, with over 40 years’ experience making blinds and curtains, we’ll have lots of great ideas to style your home this season.
Neutrals are always on-trend no matter what time of year it is, however in Autumn/Winter you can create a Scandi-style retreat, where you can curl up with a good book and a hot chocolate. Combine fabrics in champagne, beige and oatmeal with different textures. Simple, understated prints in these sophisticated colours look super-stylish. You can even add in the new neutral, on-trend grey.
Pretty in pink
From bright to blush, pink is massive right now. A rosy hue brings warmth to homes and is ideal for living room blinds and bedroom curtains. This versatile shade works as a block colour and in a print with greys, pale mint greens and powder blues. If you like a pop of colour, then magenta is a must-have for your blinds and curtains.
All our blinds and curtains are made in Norfolk by expert craftspeople and come with a 5-year guarantee, giving you peace of mind. Please contact us if you have any questions, we’re here to help.