Pink Venetian Blinds
Pink Venetian Window Blinds - Perfect for a Girl's Room
Any parents hearing the news 'It's a girl!' for the first time are probably not immediately aware that they are probably in for over ten years of pinks in their interior design. Pink has always been and probably always will be the all-time favourite colour for many girls, most particularly when they are in their younger years. It goes without saying that we sell most of our pink venetian blinds to customers decorating a bedroom for a girl – and long may that continue!
If you are looking for an aluminium blind then there are usually many shades available from a pale, almost white pearl through shades of shocking or hot pink to almost red magenta. You may also have the option of choosing a gloss or matt finish for the slats or sometimes a metallic or pearlescent finish. Alternatively you could go for a pink wooden blind which will have painted wooden slats and can come with colour matching ladder cord or maybe you could choose a contrasting tape to add another colour.
If you are buying a pink venetian blind made to measure for a girl's bedroom then remember that venetians are not blackout blinds and so may not meet you expectations for room darkening. Particularly if your girl’s bedroom window catches the sun early in the morning the amount of light leaking around the blind and through the gaps between the slats may cause a problem and you may have to supplement the window covering with curtains to get the amount of room darkening you want.
Whilst purchasers of venetian blinds for a girl's bedroom will probably always be our largest group of customers, we would still like to see more pinks used around the home – here are some of our ideas.
Though pink bathroom suites seem to have disappeared for the time being we still like this feminine colour in the bathroom. Pink venetian blinds would look great with matching towels, soaps and bath bombs. If you go for a coral or shell tone you could add seaside objects and pictures to complete the look. A venetian window blind used in the bathroom will always be very practical too as it will give you privacy during the day. In the kitchen we like a 1950's retro look using the colour of strawberry ice cream. Add a matching Smeg fridge and an old school mixing bowl and get that fondant icing going on your cup-cakes. If you are lucky enough to have a conservatory overlooking a flowery garden then pink conservatory blinds will be right at home matching the similar tones in roses or carnations, and will keep the colourful view going right through the winter when the garden has less colour. Finally if you like pink but your partner is less keen on the idea then just try introducing it with other colours into a monochrome black and white scheme. A pink venetian blind at the window in a lounge can set off small amounts of pastel greens, blues and yellows used elsewhere in the room with, the black and white making sure that everything does not become too 'harlequin' looking.