Beige Venetian Blinds
Beige Blinds are Here to Stay!
We think we will always be selling beige venetian blinds whatever the current feeling about this colour in the UK fashion world and interior design magazines will be. The colour beige is probably past its lowest ebb of popularity now as we can look back at the styles of the 70's for inspiration rather than just with a touch of embarrassment as to what we may have worn or bought. Today we think there is probably as much creative effort going into working out how to refer to neutral colour palettes without saying the word 'beige' as going into thoughts of how to use the colour creatively. Designers have tried names inspired by the animal kingdom (camel, chamois and tan), 'natural' materials (sand and stone colours), the sweetshop (fudge, toffee and butterscotch) more recently coffees (latte and cappuccino) and the latest we came across, baking (biscuit, bagel and flapjack). Whatever you want to call them beige venetian blinds will do a great job in a neutral colour scheme and work in well with many tones of brown, green and red.
If you are looking for a made to measure beige venetian blind then also consider wooden blinds in natural wood stains that are in the same colour palette. Pine, beech or perhaps oak stained wood blinds could give you the colour tone you are after in a very natural looking finish. If wood is not an ideal choice for your window blind for example if it is to be fitted in the kitchen or the bathroom where there is a lot of moisture present, then in most aluminium blind ranges there are wood grain effects which might give you the finish and colour you are after but in a material which is ideal for these types of environment. If you are after a plain coloured blind then there are beige tones available from a light almost cream colour to darker shades that are almost brown. Some of the plain beige venetian blinds are available with gloss slats as well as slats in a matt finish. If you want a bit more interest in your window blind then have a look for patterns. You will probably be able to find a stripes and maybe floral patterns with beige as the dominant colour.
In your home we think beige works best when it is complimenting the brown shades of darker natural wood stain finishes. In the kitchen natural wood doors on kitchen units or natural wood finish worktops would be complemented by a neutral kitchen blind as would any other natural materials like stone or terracotta. A venetian blind is a practical choice for the bathroom which will give you control over natural light levels as well as privacy and a beige bathroom blind would look great next to a natural wooden vanity unit or wooden console. In the lounge it would look great next to natural wooden flooring in darker tones or with a suite in a brown natural leather colour. We think beiges work for conservatory venetian blinds and could look ideal with bamboo or wicker style conservatory furniture and a natural stone tiled floor.