Jingle all the way – Christmas in your home!
Now that the temperatures are falling outside, the time has come for Christmas films, hot cocoa and of course Christmas decorations in your home. Will you be sticking to last year’s tried and tested look, or are you up for something new? We hope that this blog will inspire you to decorate your home in a real Christmas mood!
Light creates atmosphere during the dark days of winter
Winter time has started. The leaves are falling from the trees and the days are growing shorter. Our primary source of light, the sun, shows its face ever less frequently at this time of year. How do you make your home light, cosy and comfortable during the dark days?
Burglary prevention: an additional advantage of window decoration
Sadly, there has been no mass exodus of burglars onto the Spanish Costas. You can never 100% prevent burglaries in your home, but you can do a great deal to reduce the risk. For example, while you are away, ask your neighbours to lower your window decorations in the evening, and raise them again, the next morning. Of course, keep your windows locked and set a timer to switch on lights in the evening. Not just downstairs but upstairs, too.
Mint green shutters or grey blinds? What colour window decoration would you choose?
A lick of paint, new cushions or new chairs; over the years, you regularly change the interior of your house. Window decorations, on the other hand are something to be enjoyed for years. We recommend you select a colour with which you will be happy for many years to come. No more dark brown corduroy curtains with bright orange flowers like in the nineteen seventies; instead timeless classics for the windows.
A facelift for your home
Nothing can make your home look better more quickly than a tidying binge. Now that spring has sprung and the sun is shining at last, those dirty windows suddenly stand out more than ever. Or maybe you are bothtered by a jumbled-up bookcase that desperatately needs to be decluttered.
Shutters in bathrooms & toilets
Our dealers and fitters see the interior of many houses, including ‘the smallest room in the house’. They precisely measure the windows so that our window decorations fit perfectly; from hotel suites to the tiniest toilets still fitted with a window, their experience is wide and varied.