We think our new, online interior design planning tool is top notch. It takes the stress out of deciding how to decorate your room and helps you choose which of our fantastic made-to-measure blinds will look best at your windows; but don’t just take our word for it. Here is what four top interiors bloggers thought of Design Space.
Interiors expert Sam Fernley is a happy home-loving mother of one, who blogs about all things British. She loved the fact you can experiment with Design Space without committing to a colour scheme. She said:”There is no denying that I love colour in my home so this is a great tool for pushing interior design boundaries and creating the room you really desire.”
Read the Happy Homebird blog post here
Love Chic Living
Jen Stanbrook is an influential interiors blogger with more than one or two awards under her belt, so we were delighted with her review of Design Space. Jen enjoyed mixing and matching blinds and was impressed with our elegance Twilight blinds, stating: ‘I love the way they add obscurity and privacy but let the light through too.’
Read the Love Chic Living blog post here
A Beautiful Space
Talented writer and lover of beautiful things, Becky Goddard, has created her own unique space where she enjoys blogging about parenting and living well on less. She thought Design Space was a handy tool that is easy to master. She said: “It is simple to use and just so useful!”
Read the Beautiful Space blog post here
Me and My Shadow
Multi-award winning and family-focused lifestyle blog, Me and My Shadow, is run by Liz Burton. We loved her in-depth review of Design Space, which featured lots of experiment with colour and was extremely well received by her followers.
Read the Me and My Shadow blog post here
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If you want to keep your blinds looking clean and bright then you need the right tools for the job.
It has been proven that an ostrich feather duster is far superior to other (cheaper) types of duster.
Not only do they have magnetic properties, meaning they resist static electricity, the tiny barbules on the ostrich feathers act as fingers to collect dust, which makes them much more effective. Rather than pushing the dust away and flipping it into the air, an ostrich-down duster will attract dust and hold onto it until you shake it free to vacuum later. The feathers can also be washed in warm soapy water, rinsed and air dried.
When used for domestic cleaning, an ostrich feather duster will last for years, which makes them exceptional value.
Ostrich-down dusters are perfect for cleaning all types of blinds, especially wooden ones, and due to their anti-static qualities, they work a treat on fancy light fittings and electronics too.
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