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A Beige Roller Blind Can Be a Versatile & Neutral Choice
Beige is not a colour that has inspired many interior designers or trendy young home owners for some time. The colour has had a PR battle for over two decades where it struggled to escape from its association with poorly styled 1970's cars, 1980's office environments and personal computers, and the Burberry hats worn by football fans in the 1990's. However it may come as news to you but beige is back and more popular than ever. For the last 10 years the beige colour palette has been clandestinely introduced into many stylish interiors under different names – the most common of which being 'Natural'. Now available in in a wide range of colours from dark cream to light brown, beige roller blinds can be used just about anywhere in the home-and it's your choice what colour you want to call them!
In the living room a plain beige roller blind can provide a calm backdrop to design schemes using natural woods or leathers - perhaps a polished floor with a leather suite, particularly if a colourful feature rug is selected. Patterned window blinds can be fitted where beiges used in combination with other colours will provide an understated way to pick out the stronger colours of fabrics and upholstery seen elsewhere in a room. In the kitchen there are many colours on your spice rack to inspire you and today a kitchen roller blind of this shade would more likely be described as 'cumin', 'nutmeg' or 'walnut' coloured. Light brown natural wood kitchen units accentuated by a beige moisture resistant roller blind over the sink or near the cooker works best with plain and near white coloured walls or tiling.
Upstairs beige blackout roller blinds would be ideal for any bedroom, and though a conservative choice they will go with many bedroom colour schemes. This colour is also a safe choice for a bedroom with neutral colours which is why they are used in many hotels and can work well in a guest room. In the bathroom natural stone and travertine are popular bathroom materials and the shade of these can be accentuated by a beige moisture resistant or waterproof roller blind if the window is close to a shower head. If you are looking for a theme to inspire a plain white bathroom then beige bathroom blinds can be used to give the sense of travel if khaki or light brown colours are used. Think of safari or Tilly hats and team with foreign object d’art and framed maps or holiday pictures. Striped fabrics in deckchair colours can give that seaside feel and can be mixed with sky blues, sea greens and any sandy floor covering which will tie it all together.
In care homes or hospitals the lightest beige roller blinds are still popular and a safe choice for going with all shades of bed linen and screening curtains which are changed regularly. Commercial fabrics are available as the building manager needs to be careful to select fire retardant fabrics where required to meet building regulations and anti-bacterial fabrics where infection control is important.