A lovely light room works brilliantly with a light creamy Mushroom Quarter beige paint to give depth to the panelling.
Alternatively, a panel-effect wallpaper design like Trianon can imitate the look.
The red and blue floral pattern of Anthos on full-length curtains brings a wow-factor to the room.
Made to measure curtains and poles offer the perfect fit in any drapery fabric with a variety of rods and fixtures to choose from.
A traditional sofa, Woodmancote in a wonderful Renishaw chevron fabric. The blue adds a block colour that matches with the curtain pattern.
A Large Nuthurst Footstool can be made to order and works as a coffee table as well as somewhere to put feet up. Art Stripe Fabric then adds a rainbow of colour.
Rusper Armchairs in Tarsa and Odie then repeat the red from the curtains on upholstery.
A Maplehurst Armchair can further tie the room together by matching the sofa in design and being upholstered in the curtain fabric. This makes a wonderful statement piece.
Made to measure cushions allow for a mixture of cushions including in the beautiful embroidery Kos and Sivas Printed Linen, that continues the scheme.
A Fermoie Plain in pale yellow throws a third primary colour into the room for a subtle contrast. A Illuminee Border completes the effect.
One of the first steps to getting the perfect curtains is knowing how much fabric you'll need and here's how.
Modern or vintage, big or small, bold or subtle; there's a floral fabric for every home and taste, here's how to use them.