Here’s the problem. Conservation roof windows (Velux or otherwise) tend to be in sloping ceilings, which themselves tend to be in bedrooms – and if you’ve just had conservation roof windows installed in a bedroom sloping ceiling you’re more than likely going to want some sort of blinds, to add the finishing touch to your [...]
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We’ve blogged before about the challenges presented by square bay windows. Curtains are the obvious solution to get round the problem of how to dress the tricky right angles between the side and back windows in the bay. But there are two problems here. Firstly, there often isn’t enough stacking space for the curtain to draw back into [...]
Now we’ve written about dormer window challenges in previous blogs and so last Thursday’s installation in a charming village just south of Bath was interesting because in one house – in two adjoining rooms in fact – we tackled two quite different way of dressing these notoriously tricky spaces. In this blog we investigate how dormer window [...]
With the nights growing ever shorter, our little ones are surging into our bedrooms earlier every morning, and taking longer to get to sleep in the evening, and so we collectively turn our thoughts to how we can make their bedrooms a little more conducive to sleepy time. So we turn to our Bath Consultant [...]
As featured in Home News, by Ben Spriggs in the Life Style Interiors section of this Sunday’s Times Magazine, it would seem that the interiors world is currently in love with roses. The “bright, blowsy and quintessentially British flower can be found everywhere from cushions to china and curtains to candles this spring” he writes.