This project was done for Georgina's two bedroom apartment. She wanted to maintain the light airy feel to the flat, so she chose linen textured neutral fabrics and the simple clean lines offered by Romans, Rollers and Ventians.
At the kitchen windows we fitted Ivory roller blinds with matching pelmets. When up, the roll of fabric, usually visible with rollers, sits neatly behind the pelmet giving a cleaner more contemporary look.
These rollers can be lowered in bright sunlight to diffuse the light without blocking it out completely.
A white wooden Venetian blind was fitted in the bathroom to give privacy whilst still letting in the light.
The large arched top original window of the hospital conversion is shown off beatifully by enhancing the arch with a recessed pelmet in matching fabric. The Roman blind with chrome side winder works well in this Ivory linen with silk embroidered tree branch detail supplied by Georgina.
Fitting the blind.....you can see just how big these windows are. Chris who fit them is 6' 5" tall!
The bedroom Roman blind was in a simple biscuit coloured linen with the same arched detail pelmet as in the lounge.