Below you can find a selection of images gathered from previous customer orders we have installed, as we do love to show you what you can achieve when ordering with Fresh Ideas.
This installation into the customer’s living room comprised of 2 pairs of eyelet curtains, 2 roman blinds and 4 cushions all in the same complimentary printed fabric by Prestigious Textiles – Lombok, Saffron from the Java Collection.
We have done a lot of work for this customer in the past, this includes; cream eyelet curtains with a navy blue contrasting top and bottom border and matching roman blinds with a navy blue bottom border and fixed pelmet in the hallway and up the stairway, a fabulously eye catching roman blind for a small bathroom (Scion’s Nendo fabric in Marine), statement red motorised roller blinds with black cassettes and a black bottom bar in the kitchen, motorised roller blinds around their lounge bay window in a subtle beige fabric with a contrasting fabric pelmet and a few matching scatter cushions in the same fabric as the pelmet.
This installation was in the customers dining room. The customer wanted something to shut the light out when needed on the door into their conservatory, of which we recommended an INTU pleated blind – allowing the door to be used as normal without interference by a curtain or a blind not fixed to the door itself. We also installed some pencil pleat curtains in an earthy toned fabric that complimented the customers wooden furnishings. The curtains have a finished length just below the sill to allow the radiator heat to still fill the room.
We provided this customer with a solution to covering their bi-folding door that’s present in their children’s playroom/cinema room. As the door is so wide we fitted a curtain track and a light/medium weight curtain with a wave heading to create a simple yet intriguing effect when the curtain is drawn right across. The curtain was provided with a blackout lining to block out as much light as possible for when the family get together to watch films in the daytime.
We installed a variety of our products into this customers home, which was a home that let a lot of natural light in. To make sure the house kept light and airy, the customers chose products that featured a blue/teal/aqua tone to them to keep it refreshed and contemporary with a classic twist every now and again. We installed carpet on the stairs, landing, hallway, bedroom and living room, completely renovating the floor space of the downstairs. 2 pairs of curtains with matching box pelmets and tiebacks and white vertical blinds in the living room, a roller blind with a delicate floral/butterfly border in the bathroom and utility room and motorised mirage essence roller blinds in the kitchen windows in an eye catching teal colour with matching fabric covered cassettes.
This installation mostly comprised of 5 roman blinds all made from different fabric designs from Prestigious Textile’s Printworks collection. The customers house has just recently been extended, renovated and then decorated in a white wash so that they had a blank canvas to work with. The blinds installed have acted as a feature point for the customers decor, and they have now coincided their wall paint and wallpaper with the roman blinds. Within the customers living room we installed white wooden venetian blinds around their bay window, and supplied the customer with a digital photo mural.
For this customer, we completed a whole house installation of carpets, vertical blinds, curtains, tracks, valances and venetian blinds.
Many of our fabric and wallpaper suppliers such as Harlequin and Sanderson have fabric and wallpaper designs that compliment and contrast well with each other. This customer chose a design that was available as a fabric and a wallpaper – they sit side by side perfectly and make the job of trying to find a fabric and wallpaper that go together well a lot easier. The fabric and wallpaper used is ‘Fusion’ in ‘Coffee/Aqua/Gold’ from Harlequin’s Bakari Collection – a statement foliage print with metallic details that offer a luxurious twist.