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!
JASNO introduces its updated swings collection
As suppliers of tailor-made window decorations, JASNO is happy to respond to consumer demand. With PVC louvers in a variety of colours and patterns, JASNO has added a new material to its swings collection. The range produced from the luxury fabric trevira cs has also been expanded. This new collection makes swings suitable for an even wider range of interior styles.
JASNO expands its folds collection
With its light-filtering range, JASNO has introduced a transparency for its folds between the semi-transparent and full blackout version of its folding curtains. Because the woven paper in the light-filtering version is more densely woven, the result is a subtle light effect. The light-filtering variant is available in five new colours in addition to the same six natural tones of the semi-transparent folding curtain range.
Shutters in a castle
The regally designed Churchill loft is an eye-catching feature at Utrecht’s Sigarenfabriek. Remarkably, this loft exudes a completely different atmosphere from other standard industrial lofts. Interior designer Petra Postmus sought her inspiration in the 18th century, but as usual, has added a modern touch to the project.
JASNO shutters at Kaïn Luxury Menswear & Tailoring clothing store Eersel
JASNO shutters are not only atmosphere enhancing in the home; they also perform perfectly in a clothing store like Kaïn Luxury Menswear & Tailoring. In this store located on the Markt in Eersel, the complete interior is finished with our shutters. The result ensures a relaxed shopping experience.
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?