Floral blinds inspired by the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Posted May 19, 2016 In: /

The RHS Chelsea flower Show is a huge event in the British calendar and is fantastic for inspiration in our homes as well as gardens. The beautiful array of floral displays showcase exciting designs and colour combinations that translate perfectly into original and timeless fabrics.

From dainty ditsy prints to fine art designs, florals come in many forms and can complement any style of interior.  Here’s our pick of the bunch.

Hello Yellow

Yellow is the colour of happiness, optimism and sunshine, so it’s a brilliant addition to homes all year round. When creating our collections, we love to take inspiration from the natural world and the tiny buds of the Mimosa flower (sometimes known as Acacia) are represented in an intricate design on this beautiful fabric from our Roman blind and curtain collection.  Or if bigger blossoms are more to your taste, then the Hydrangea design from our roller blind collection is simply stunning.

Sion Mimosa Roman Blind & Hydrangea Primrose Roller Blinds

Blooming Marvellous

Full blooms are fabulous and feminine, especially in tones of blush pink.  Create a lush garden at your windows with our Raspberry Bloom Roman blinds.

Bloom Raspberry Roman Blinds

Dainty and Ditsy

The delicate pattern on our Flourish roller blind is a decorative addition to an otherwise plain room.

Flourish Spring Roller Blind

Pretty as a Picture

Our Morning Glory roller blinds and Meadow floral blinds in redcurrant have a beautiful hand-painted quality that could be taken straight from an artist’s canvas.

Morning Glory Blossom and Meadow Flower Redcurrant Roller Blinds

Find more inspiration over on our Blooming Marvellous Pinterest board: https://uk.pinterest.com/style_studio/blooming-marvellous/

 

Image credits:

French Gardens

Pinterest: uk.pinterest.com/pin/270990102550801416/

wallpaperscraft.com

www.thepaintboxgarden.com

www.RHS.org.uk –  https://www.rhs.org.uk/Plants/24107/Acacia-dealbata/Details

 

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