How to be Pretty in Pink with Blinds and Curtains

From shell to neon, pink has been a mainstay in fashion for the past year or so and its popularity is showing no signs of fading. On the red carpet at the Oscars earlier this year, pink dresses were everywhere and a quick dash around any high street clothing shop will confirm it’s one of the colours of the season. However, pink is not a passing trend. If you choose this colour for your blinds and curtains it will not date. So, if you fancy being pretty in pink, here are a few ideas from Norwich Sunblinds.

  1. 1. Go Bright to be pretty in Pink!

Go bright and bold with your choice of pink curtains or blinds to make an impact in your home. Whether you opt for magenta or fuchsia, you will see instant results, the colour will uplift any room. A block colour fabric will create a vibrant look while also toning with neutral soft furnishings. Why not visit our Attleborough showroom for some colour inspiration?

Bright pink digital fabric sample. - Blinds Norfolk - Norwich Sunblinds

A block colour bright pink will create a real impact.
Linoso fabric by Clarke & Clarke

  1. 2. Pick a pretty pink print

Perhaps a block colour isn’t your thing, especially if it’s bright. A pink print could be just perfect for your home and personal style. As an independent family run company, we can bring you a wide range of designs from some of today’s leading fabric design providers. You can view samples of our gorgeous prints during a home appointment or in our Attleborough Showroom

Digital fabric sample with pink, cream and red brollies on grey background - Blinds Norfolk - Norwich Sunblinds

A pink print is just the thing. Brollies fabric from the Blighty range by Clarke & Clarke

  1. 3. Be fabulous with florals

Pink is the colour of roses, peonies and many more gorgeous flowers. One of the best ways to showcase this stunning colour is in a floral print. Why not bring the outdoors inside so that on the coldest of days your room feels warm and bright. Fancy going floral? Speak to the Norwich Sunblinds team, we can find a fabric to make your interior décor bloom!

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Rose pink florals are simply perfect for curtains. Tuileries tea rose fabric by iLiv

  1. 4. Go Flamingo!

Nothing says pink quite like a flamingo. Interestingly, flamingos aren’t actually born pink, they get their colouring from pigments found in the algae and invertebrates they eat. A print with this long-legged bird will brighten any room. Why not try a flamingo fabric design for your kitchen blinds or bedroom curtains. You can view our full range of fabrics in our Norfolk showrooms or during a home appointment.

Digital fabric sample of pink flamingoes on cream background - Blinds Norfolk - Norwich Sunblinds

This fabulous print would work well for a roman blind. Flamingo fabric design by Clarke & Clarke

  1. 5. Ice cream shades are not just for summer

As the weather gets warmer, we are all tempted by ice cream, with strawberry a firm favourite. How about trying a pastel pink for your blinds or curtains? To be really on trend combine with shades of powder blue. Add grey into the mix for a sophisticated contrast. Need some style ideas for your home? During a home appointment, a Norwich Sunblinds expert can suggest ideas and fabrics.

Pink roller blinds in dining room - Blinds Norfolk - Norwich Sunblinds

Roller blinds in Carnival Blush fabric by Louvolite. Your blinds will be made to measure by Norwich Sunblinds craftspeople in Norfolk

Whatever your preferred shade of pink, we can help you find it. Your blinds and curtains will be made to measure by expert craftspeople in Norfolk. It all starts with a home appointment. Book yours today.

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