From the fashion runways to the pages of interior design magazines, white fabrics are very on-trend at the moment. However, white and neutral tones are classic shades that do not date and work whatever the time of year. By choosing white blinds and curtains for your home you can create a look that will stay fresh for years to come. All blinds and curtains made by Norwich Sunblinds come with a 5-year guarantee, so you can rest assured when you purchase from us that you will get good quality products.

7 ways to do white blinds and curtains by Norwich Sunblinds

Neons and brights are not for everyone. Whilst you might choose more vibrant colours to accessorise your home, you may prefer to dial down the colour when it comes to your blinds and curtains. Here at Norwich Sunblinds, we offer a huge variety of fabrics in white and neutral tones, meaning you can create a look to suit your interior décor.

1. Go traditional white

Sometimes the simple things in life just work. White blinds make a style statement and will most likely suit your home whatever your style or taste. White blinds make the perfect backdrop, by adding a red vase or a purple throw, you will create interest in a room. You can let your accessories do the talking. White fabrics are ideal for living room or bedroom blinds, creating a sense of relaxation.

Keep it simple with white fabrics
Linoso fabric by Clarke & Clarke

 

Let your accessories do the talking with white blinds from Norwich Sunblinds

 

2. Channel the metallic look

The metallic trend in interiors looks as if it is here to stay. With silvery-white fabrics you can create a sophisticated holiday vibe in your home that lasts all year round. Add accessories and cushions in gold and silver for the complete look. Did you know that Norwich Sunblinds can make soft furnishings to match your blinds and curtains? To find out more, visit one of our Norfolk showrooms, we’re here to help.

Metallic cream full length curtains

Be super sophisticated with metallics
Phoenix fabric by Prestigious Textiles

 

3. Choose white prints and patterns

You might be a fan of prints but not want to go all out for colour. White works surprisingly well. Whether it’s a white background that keeps the design grounded or white is part of the overall print design. As an independent family company, we can offer you white fabric designs from some of today’s leading suppliers. You can see samples of our gorgeous fabrics during a home design appointment.

 

white leaves on a light grey background digital fabric sample.

White leaves look delicate on a subtle grey background
Chatsworth roller blind fabric by Louvolite

Digital fabric sample showing forest animals on a white background

Keep it simple with a print on a white backdrop
New Forest fabric by Clarke & Clarke

4. Try texture

A fabric might be light in colour, but any texture will be noticed. A textured fabric can elevate the fabric design and make an impact. Not sure which fabric to go for? We can advise you during a home appointment. One of our team will visit at a time that suits you and go through the options for your blinds and curtains. Should you decide to go ahead, we do all the measuring and fitting, while you put your feet up!

Digital fabric sample -

A white textured fabric is eye catching
Albery Pearl fabric by Louvolite

 

Close up of textured white roller blind

Banbury fabric by RA Irwin

 

5. Add a splash of interest

So, you fancy white blinds. Have you thought about adding a pattern in a bold colour? By doing so you can have fun with design. A purple geometric print on a white background can be complemented by a purple armchair. A red and white stripe roller blind can tone with red cushions. A new blind is a really economical way to update your interior décor, so much cheaper than completely redecorating. Choose a colour combination that works with your existing furniture and add in a couple of new accessories to match such as a vase or a candle holder. Need some help creating a look for your home? Talk to the Norwich Sunblinds team.

 

A white blind with a purple chevron print

A white blind with a purple chevron print complements the room
Roller blind fabric by RA Irwin

6. Neutral tones are a good alternative

Perhaps you like white but fancy something a little warmer for your home. You could consider neutral tones for your blinds and curtains. Think of buttery shades, cream, beige and even soft greys.

Cream roller blinds in kitchen

Go neutral with fabrics from Norwich Sunblinds
Causeway fabric for roller blinds from RA Irwin

 

 

Close up beige and cream vertical blinds

Oatmeal fabric for vertical blinds by RA Irwin

 

7. Try shutters

Have you considered shutters for your home? Shutters in the living room or bedroom look super stylish in white. Our made to measure Plantation shutters come in slatted or solid wood and come with a five-year guarantee as do all our products. You don’t have to go for white if you prefer not to, our shutters can be custom painted to suit your décor. Visit one of our Norfolk showrooms or arrange a home appointment to find out more.

white shutters in bay window

Made to measure Plantation shutters from Norwich Sunblinds

 

Whatever your colour choice for your blinds and curtains, pay a visit to one of our Norfolk showrooms or arrange a home appointment. We’re here to help you find your ideal fabric design.