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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER


Drawing the curtains this autumn


People ask us where to start in designing a new look for a room. We always say start where you want the pattern and work from there. In many cases the pattern is for curtains – that makes them the core feature to work with.


Your curtains will set the pallet for the room, allowing you to add furniture, carpets and furnishings


to co-ordinate


beautifully – we can even make window seats and cushions (and headboards for your bedroom).


The window dressing trend that suits many homes is poles and pinch pleat curtains. They hang beautifully. Customers are choosing natural or soft muted colours for poles and curtains with luxurious linings, at this time of year we’re often adding interlinings or blackout linings too.


You can see from these pictures, the curtains are king and inspired the soft furnishings, with tonal cushions, sofa and chairs – and window seat adding a finishing touches. This ‘Woodland’ theme from Sanderson’s is a classic that stands the test of time.


At John Young Furnishings we’ve thousands of designs and can help you narrow it down to the perfect one for you. Call in and have a look.


www.johnyoungkeswick.co.uk 017687 74848 |


Gleneagles - available in a wide range of fabrics


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