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Meet the Designers

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Meet the Designers

Guide To
Updating
Your Home
For Spring

If the pandemic has taught us anything the last couple of years, it’s that in the face of adversity home interiors can bring joy and a sense of security. So it’s no wonder people have a strong desire to really create a space that reflects both visually and affectionately what we are feeling and how we want to feel.

With Spring finally upon us, the feel good factor begins to grow as extra light begins to permeate our homes, so it’s important to choose the right type of window blind for the best balance of light and privacy

This could be a stylish print, subtle design or vibrant colour to coordinate or contrast with your interior design scheme. It could be to serve a function, for example to block out light in a bedroom or have extra light with more privacy in a conservatory

Roller blinds, vertical blinds, pleated or cellular blinds, whichever you choose, Louvolite has huge selection of new,
on-trend window blind fabrics for you this Spring that will help improve your inner feelings.

Nature-Inspired Patterns

The materials we choose to decorate our homes with can have a big impact on how we feel, from the colours and textures to the material make-up of the things around us. Biophilic design, which explores how we can harness the benefits of human’s innate connection to nature, demonstrates how designs that reference nature can positively support our wellbeing and happiness in our homes.​​

Lily Mellow Sage: The perfect combination of a traditional floral trail with a contemporary painterly effect, this simple but pretty roller blind design will have a wide appeal.

Sweet Pea Seed: An entwined, minimal line art drawing, our Sweet Pea roller blind is a subtle, yet eye-catching floral design enhanced by its three soft hues.

Laurel Pistachio Green: A delicate foliage print, Laurel’s brush stroke leaf motif in soft green and white is a fine example of simplicity in a roller blind.

Olive Eden: A simple watercolour motif, Louvolite’s Olive range is available in a vibrant green and an inky blue. Printed on a fresh white base creating a striking effect on this roller blind.

Organic Textures

Incorporating texture enhances the ambience and feel of the home adding depth, dimension and warmth. Having a variety of fabric materials and textures makes for a more engaging atmosphere and makes the interior space more visually appealing.

Take a look at these nature-inspired patterns:

Reverie Basalt: A painterly abstract design in warming neutral hues printed onto a practical PVC base cloth makes this roller blind is ideal for kitchens and bathrooms.

Argent Mercury: This high-end lustrous fabric brings a real drama to this vertical blind. The stunning tones of the three woven colourways on a blockout base will be a wow at the window.

Swedish Birch Silver: Painterly hues of soft grey and duckegg sets a perfect and serene woodland scene with this Swedish Birch roller blind. The base cloth allows the light to softly filter through the design, adding to the ambience.

Cottage core is making a big comeback

Cottage core brings the outdoors in at every opportunity – helping us connect with nature once again. It embraces sustainability and celebrates a return to artisanal skills such as foraging and home baking. Bring some cozy features with a warm, lived in aesthetic with:

Folk Silver: This folk inspired, single colour print is inspired by the traditional lino-cut print process, giving this roller blind a traditional feel but made contemporary by its subject matter.

Flores Autumn: Inspired by a wild meadow in bloom, Flores is a watercolour design available in two gorgeous colourways that feature a blend of muted and vibrant shades on a crisp white base that looks sensational on this roller blind.

Wild Garden Poppy: Inspired by summer wild flowers, the fresh border design on this roller blind combines sketched line drawings with pretty watercolours on a subtle printed texture base cloth.

Mad Love For All Things Retro

The pandemic has given many of us extra time to embrace nostalgia and this has led to the rise in nostalgiacore, with the best retro trends from the 1950s through to the 1970s.

Camellia Honey: A fresh, dainty floral design in warming neutral tones, the graphic sketch on this roller blind uplifts the design making it suitable for both modern and traditional decor styles.

Azalea Retro: A retro inspired, graphic style floral in popular muted colours, this blockout design revival will look cool as a roller blind in any room.

Grove Husk: Oversized fruits and foliage feature on this mid-century inspired block style print roller blind giving it a retro yet contemporary feel.

Layer in Subtle Textures

Decide on the look you’d like to achieve and add layers by subtly varying the colours and fabrics. A neutral scheme can be brightened up by brass accessories with vivid colours or textured rugs.ed

Boleyn Grey Pearl: A circular scrolling damask style roller blind print in four rich hues gives this blockout fabric a contemporary, regal air.

Sakura Tranquility: This stylish, Japanese inspired design features abstract painterly blossom branches stretching across this roller blind fabric that is available in two serene colourways.

Acacia Caraway : Recharge your interior with this textural ‘island paradise’ leaf roller blind, a statement design combined with hessian texture printed on blockout base that creates a relaxing staycation vibe.

Introduce Colour

Amidst the pandemic, our design choices have revolved around countering instability and uncertainty using comforting neutrals and cosy soft furnishings to cocoon ourselves. But as we slowly emerge, with a feeling of hope and positivity for the future, bright and optimistic colour combinations throughout the home will become more appealing.

Tiree Old Gold:This blockout, lightly textured plain roller blind is available in a palette of fresh neutral shades perfect for any room in the home.

Ophelia Breeze: A contemporary take on a watercolour floral, Ophelia is a striking design available in two bold and beautiful colourways – this roller blind design will transform any room within the home.

Halo Cellular Marine: Benefitting from the option of 25mm cells, Halo is a light filtering cellular blind fabric available in a palette of twelve neutral shades. The best thing about Cellular blinds is that they can provide year round temperature control! No matter the season, Cellular blinds keep a balanced temperature, saving energy all year round.

Choose Sustainable Options

2022 will see a further emphasis on sustainable materials, responsible manufacturing, and the reuse and resale of furniture and homeware. With the public's increased exposure to climate change, the idea of sustainability has fed into the interior industry and our homes. The perfect plain range Carnival, is made using recycled yarn and is a hand picked palette of twenty stunning colours with the debut of six fashionably sophisticated hues.

Carnival Luna.

Carnival Dusk.

Carnival Glacier.

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