Single Room DesignTraditional Living Room, London
Bay window in a client's study with Zoffany velvet window seat cushions and a variety of wool tartan fabrics for the scatter cushions
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They can keep your home snugDaylight rollers behind curtains can be a practical solution, especially if you want to further insulate against the cold. They look more stylish than nets, and they’re not as chunky or pricey as shutters.Check out thermal blinds with special solar coatings to stop heat escaping, which may be handy if you live in a period property with original windows. These will help keep you cooler in summer, too.Discover more contemporary takes on the window seatHave you chosen roller blinds in your home? Share your experiences in the Comments section
Go for a tailored lookAiming to create an elegant space? Design your window dressing as you would an outfit, with all elements conceived to coordinate with each other. Here, the curtains match the seat cushion, while the pelmet hides the messy lines of the curtain tops. Meanwhile, crisp white roller blinds can provide privacy without the curtains even needing to be drawn.