Author Archives: Chris Wiseman

Trick or treat? Choose Duette® Blinds and enjoy both!

It’s almost time for the scariest night of the year. Pumpkin lanterns are popping up everywhere, children and adults are creating their creepy costumes to host horrifying Halloween parties and take the children out trick or treating. Yes, it’s Halloween but this year, you don’t have to decide between trick or treat. Choose Duette® energy saving blinds and you can enjoy the luxury of both.

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Pastel Perfect – The Colour Trend For Summer 2017

With pastels often being thought of as pretty, feminine and dainty it’s refreshing to see the calmer tones taking the limelight. The trend is a lovely antidote to the greys and monochrome styling we have been seeing for some time now.

Whilst it’s all very well and good to admire colour trends from afar, it’s not always easy to work the look into your own home. As much as we’d all love to completely overhaul our homes on a seasonal basis that just isn’t practical or affordable. We take a look at how you can add the pastel look to your home. 

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Home Interior Trends For 2017

Kick off 2017 with a fresh start and breathe new life into your home with a new look.

From organic greens to bright jewel tones and shimmering metallics, we’ve highlighted the colours we expect to see dominating in 2017 along with how to introduce them into homes with Duette® energy saving blinds.

If you’re redecorating, renovating or building a new home, look out for the following trends to include in 2017:

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Five Tips To Help Save £500 On Energy Bills

To mark Big Energy Saving Week which starts on Monday 31st October 2016, Duette® blinds has produced a handy guide to reduce household bills with minimal effort.

Saving money and energy shouldn’t involve shivering in a cold house or struggling upstairs with rolls of insulation. In fact it hardly requires any effort at all. These easy energy saving hacks from Duette® blinds can result in homeowners having up to £500 extra in their bank account each year. Continue reading