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New Showroom in Geelong!

Brianna Hatton - Friday, March 31, 2017

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Our Geelong team have opened a new showroom in East Geelong! The DCB Showroom is now located at 6 Ormond Road, East Geelong, Victoria, 3219.

The new showroom has full size retail displays which mean you can see, touch and feel before you decide. We don't want you to have to try and guess from using a tiny fabric sample. Don't risk it, If you come into our large showrooms you can get MORE of an idea how it will look with the finished product.

Our Geelong team come to you to design, measure, quote and install whatever it is your looking for. Dollar Curtains & Blinds is unique as it specialises in both curtains and blinds, as well as outdoor window treatments, awnings, alfresco blinds and homewares. We can safely claim to offer the largest range of window furnishing and home décor products in Australia, most of them made in Melbourne.

The new showroom has updated and generously sized samples, ensuring you are able to accurately visualise how our products will look in your home. We also have on offer full length curtain samples that our customers take home and hang up prior to placing their order.

If you live in the Geelong area call 5222 8055 to book in your FREE measure & quote for Curtains, Blinds, Shutters, Awnings or Homewares. Our Geelong showroom can service curtains, blinds, shutters and awnings in several suburbs including: Anglesea, Armstrong Creek, Bannockburn, Drysdale, Geelong, Highton, Inverleigh, Lara, Leopold, Moriac, Mount Duneed, Ocean Grove, Queenscliff, Torquay and Waurn Ponds.


 
 

 

Can window coverings save you money?

Brianna Hatton - Thursday, February 02, 2017

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Can window COVERINGS save you money?

We recently spoke with realestate.com.au about how the right window coverings can and will save home owners money.

Uncovered windows are responsible for up to 40 per cent of the heat loss from a home in winter, and up to 50 per cent of unwanted heat gain in summer.

A one degree fall in temperature in your home adds 10 per cent to your heating bill. Conversely an increase in temperature in summer adds significantly to the energy required for cooling.

Choosing the right window coverings will create an insulating layer of still air on the inside of the glass and this reduces heat loss through windows resulting in a greater control over the interior temperature of your home and significant savings on power bills. It works in the same way in summer to keep the hot air out and the cool air in. So yes our window coverings can and will save you money!

By choosing our curtains, you can preserve up to 20 per cent of the total heat in your home resulting in significant savings on your power bills. Curtains create a trapped layer of air between the fabric and the window, which results in an insulating air pocket. Studies demonstrate that curtains made from block out fabric can reduce heat gains by 33 per cent. Adding lining onto your curtains is also a must as it creates a second layer of trapped air and further insulation.

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The beauty of curtains is there abundance of both aesthetic and practical benefits. Aesthetically speaking they add softness and warmth to a room. Curtains shape and frame your windows, adding the illusion of height to rooms and the fabric creates movement and texture.

In addition to the visual opportunities they offer the practical benefits of curtains are endless. Curtains offer increased thermal and noise insulation, UV protection, privacy and room darkening. Curtains are the top window covering for energy efficiency so they are truly worth the investment and will save you money in the long term.

Our pelmets form a barrier that stops warm air that has risen to the top of the room from escaping over the top of the curtain or blind & through your window. Pelmets also stop air coming back through the glass in summer by trapping it under the pelmet before it gets into the room. There cant be enough said of the benefit of adding pelmets over your curtains or blinds to ensure your not wasting your money on heating or cooling your home. Without pelmets the hot or cool air will simply escape through the top of your window.

pelmets

Our Whisper cellular blinds are the top blind product for energy efficiency. They are constructed using a fabric that is cellular / honeycomb in shape providing superior insulation properties. This unique shape traps air helping to create a more constant indoor temperature, keeping you cool in summer and warm in winter. The unique construction of our Whisper cellular blinds results in savings of up to 32 per cent on your energy costs. When lifted they also have one of the smallest stack backs available. This minimal stack back along with its cord lock operation creates minimal obstruction to your views and can let you allow in the maximize natural light.

cellular blinds

Another popular product is our double roller blinds. They offer double the insulation; by having two blinds in one you have two air pockets to keep the cool air out. Control of each blind is separate so you can enjoy your window views and soft diffused light during the day and have complete privacy and darkness at night. Very handy!!

double roller

Ensuring you buy custom made window coverings rather than pre-made window coverings is also very important. Custom made curtains and blinds are manufactured specifically to your window dimensions without any pre-fabrication or short cuts. This is crucial as it ensures that your window coverings are installed snug onto your windows to get the best possible light control, privacy and insulation benefits. Pre-made or ready-made curtains and blinds are most often poorly fitted and won't adequately cover your windows enough to properly insulate.

Sustainability Victoria also recommend this to help improve your homes insulation. A recent article from Sustainability Victoria identified how a poorly fitted curtain allows heat loss to occur, while a well fitted curtain combined with a pelmet significantly reduces heat loss.

AND lets not forgot awnings and outdoor blinds. Our Alpha Awnings for example are proven to significantly reduce cooling energy costs by keeping a standard home at a consistent and comfortable temperature throughout the summer months. Independent tests have shown that they offer energy cost reductions of up to 58%.

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Click Here to read the full article on realestate.com.au

 

New Federation Collection

Brianna Hatton - Monday, October 17, 2016

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Elegant simplicity is the theme of this brand new Charles Parsons drapery range.  This collection complements our existing ranges while taking a traditional style into the 21st century.

Traditional style fabrics are a constant in interiors as you can re-invent the patterns with a modern twist.  The choice of colours in this range only enhances the fluidity of its use and with stripes, damasks and diamond jacquards. This range competes with any high end fabric compilation in the same theme overseas and locally.

 

The uses with this range are endless, from curtains draping gracefully with co-ordinating pelmets to create the look synonymous with 19th  century French palaces to a modern home that requires a touch of class.  This range can be used for cushions bedding  and light upholstery and with the extensive coordinating styles and colours offered you can create a look that is uniquely yours.

Fabric is an essential part of choosing your curtains. Each fabric has its own unique characteristics and performance levels, so its important to choose the best fabric for your lifestyle. If your interested to find out more on our drapery fabric range then   Click Here

For more information on Charles Parsons range of furnishing fabrics please Click Here

Successful first year of partnership with MIA

Brianna Hatton - Monday, September 12, 2016

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We are thrilled that our strong partnership with Ricky Richards has helped to exceed their target of $100,000 by raising $102,668 in the first year of their partnership with the Melanoma Institute Australia.

At DCB we range Ricky Richards selection of awning fabrics. This includes diverse fabric solutions for coverings such as folding arm awnings, side channel awnings and straight drop blinds. Ricky Richards collection of colours, designs and textile options help our customers create aesthetically pleasing window coverings that will last for years to come.

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If you’re looking for a window treatment that offers sun control and the ability to invite cool breezes in, while also allowing uninterrupted outside views, the outlook collection of fabrics from Ricky Richards is the ideal solution. 


Ricky Richards has recently revamped the collection, which now features over 50 colour and design options, giving you an almost limitless choice of fabrics that “help let the outside in”. 

New additions to the range are Mode Privacy and Outlook Fusion. 


Mode Privacy has a tighter basket weave construction than the traditional Mode fabrics and with a one per cent openness factor is ideal if you want to retain your view and air flow but maximise privacy. 


Outlook Fusion is a combination of a basket and twill weave that creates a “self-stripe” appearance, perfect if you want a softer looking stripe.

Outlook fabrics work well in a number of applications, including automated awnings, patio blinds, side channel blinds and straight drop blinds.


For more on our outdoor products please Click Here

For more on Ricky Richards range of outdoor furnishing fabrics please Click Here

Beachside Glamour

Danielle Crosby - Friday, July 29, 2016

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Dollar Curtains & Blinds have added the final touches to complete this new home's contemporary and cutting edge design.

The window coverings in this home situated in Mt Martha, Victoria, have been designed and installed by Dollar Curtains & Blinds Mornington team. Sheer curtains, suncreen roller blinds, blockout roller blinds and blockout curtains were all chosen and co-ordinated to finish off the interior design of this home on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula.   

Sheer Curtains and Sunscreen Roller Blinds Ideas for Living Room

The combination of sheer curtains and sunscreen roller blinds is key to the success of this home’s interior design. In the living spaces, the sheers add softness and bring a sense of relaxation to the room whilst the sunscreen roller blinds aid the insulation and privacy. Both ensure the clients keep their beautiful water views whilst maintaining their privacy.

From the entry of the home sheer curtains frame the antique doors and the pencil pleat curtain heading gathers the fabric from the ceiling with a soft informal drape.

pencil pleat curtains

For the sunscreen roller blinds, the dcb designers Tempo View fabric was an essential choice. Tempo View offers UV protection, glare reduction and heat control, insulating the rooms to keep them cool in summer and warm in winter. In addition to its insulation qualities, the fabric also protects the home’s floorboards, carpet and furniture from fading.

The indirect and diffused light created through layered window treatments is essential in creating a relaxed mood. Through the kitchen and dining space, the sheer curtains add movement and allow for natural light and soft breezes into the room, creating a resort ambiance style.

black wavefold curtains

Adding texture really matters in the success of a home’s window treatments and it’s applied here in the form of the finely woven sheer curtain fabrics and sunscreen blind fabrics.

In the dining area, heavy lined drapes were chosen for privacy from the side of the house to ensure complete block out and added insulation.

Dollar Curtains & Blinds Wavefold curtain heading was selected throughout the home in the living and dining rooms and master suite to create a consistent look across all rooms.

The Wavefold creates a sleek and contemporary effect when used with both sheer and solid fabrics, allowing the curtains to drape with a continuous wave, which is smooth, simple and elegant.

As well as complementing the aesthetics of this modern home, the Wavefold is also a highly practical choice. The style is easy to operate and creates a neat stack back, which allows the clients to maximize the natural light entering through the windows and leaving them with minimal obstruction to their views.

Dollar Curtains & Blinds have fulfilled the brief of delivering a master suite that is the client’s private sanctuary with the tonal hues and soft drape of the St Tropez sheer fabric.

wavefold curtains

 

Sheer Curtains and Blockout Roller Blinds Ideas for Bedroom

 

The combination of sheer curtains and blockout roller blinds provides the functionality for complete control over the room’s natural light. Opting for a blockout fabric in a roller blind provides the room darkening, privacy and insulation required for the bedroom. Together these components have created a haven the clients love to enter at the end of the day and wake up to each morning.

 

Dollar Curtains & Blinds can design a similar look in your home, our showrooms cover the whole of Melbourne and Victoria as well as areas surrounding Fyshwick and Mitchell in Canberra, Griffith, Batemans Bay, Merimbula and Wagga Wagga in New South Wales and Mt Gambier in South Australia. 

Contact the DCB team for a showroom or in-home consultation.

 

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Feeling A Little Bit Chilly Lately?

Brianna Hatton - Wednesday, July 06, 2016

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Uncovered windows are responsible for up to 40% of the heat loss from your home in winter! Sustainability Victoria has released new information on how important window protection is, particularly custom made curtains and pelmets, to stop heat loss through windows in winter.

curtains and pelmets

Windows play a big role in retaining heat in your home. A single pane of glass can lose almost 10 times as much heat as the same area of insulated wall.
                                    heat loss reduction

Reduce heat loss through windows and save money on your winter heating bills. Appropriate window protection creates an insulating layer of still air on the inside of the glass. This can be achieved by the addition of thick curtains and a pelmet.

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The diagram below shows the difference between a poorly-fitted and a well-fitted curtain and the effect this has on heat loss. The poorly-fitted curtain allows heat loss to occur, while the well fitted curtain combined with a pelmet significantly reduces heat loss.

                                 heat loss diagram

Sustainability Victoria Tips
  • Use closely woven, close-fitting curtains or blinds
  • Ensure there’s a snug fit on both sides of the window and at the top of the curtain to stop warm air from moving down behind the curtain and cooling
  • Install boxed pelmets or solid barriers above the curtain rail, or position the curtain within the window space
  • Use curtain tracks that provide a return of curtain to the wall to create a seal
  • Close curtains or blinds when you have the heating on, especially at night – by leaving curtains or blinds open, you're wasting money and energy
How can dcb help you?
  • We have Australia's largest range of high quality fabrics ideal for maximising your homes insulation
  • Our curtains and blinds are 100% custom made to your specific window dimensions so they fit snug on your windows (We don't do ANY pre-fabrication or shortcuts!)
  • Exceptional Australian Made quality guarantees that your curtains and blinds will be fitted in the best position to maximise insulation and stop warm air from moving behind the window coverings
  • Our boxed pelmets create solid barriers above the curtain or blind to trap air at the top of the window
  • Our curtains provide a return to the wall further increasing insulation and stopping warm air from escaping out through your windows
  • We offer the most innovative and easy to use operating systems in the marketplace making it easier for you to open and close your curtains and blinds
What product to choose?

Curtains

By choosing our drapes, you can preserve up to 20%* of the total heat in your home resulting in significant savings on your power bills. For more on curtains Click Here

curtains

Pelmets

Our pelmets form a barrier that stops warm air that has risen to the top of the room from escaping over the curtain & through your window. For more on pelmets Click Here

pelmets

Cellular Shades

The unique construction of our cellular blinds results in savings of up to 32%* on your energy costs. For more on cellular shades Click Here

cellular shades

Double Roller Blinds

Our double roller blinds offer double the insulation; by having two blinds in one you have two air pockets to keep the cool air out. For more on double roller blinds Click Here

double roller blinds

To read the full article on the Sustainability Victoria website Click Here

Capital City Chic

Danielle Crosby - Friday, June 24, 2016

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Infused with contemporary style, the combination of plantation shutters and sheer curtains creates the ultimate refined look for this modern canberra home.

Given the abundance of sunlight flooding the home, plantation shutters were the ideal choice. The real beauty of shutters is you can tilt the easy to use louvers to any position, giving you complete light control.

With the windows facing the east, protecting the inside of the home from the harsh sunlight was also a must, so dcb designs Basswood shutters were chosen. Constructed from premium Basswood timber, the shutters offer high insulation properties, and are also tested to endure the harshest temperatures of the Australian sun.

Ensuring light control, the DCB designs shutters were also installed for their UV protection. In the bay window the shutters louvres are easily adjustable to re-direct the light away from the upholstered seating to prevent fading to the furniture.

Dollar Curtains & Blinds has also installed the shutters with no corner gaps, allowing for complete protection from UV damage. The shutters’ small projection also proves ideal in this space, and in the hallways, ensuring the window coverings intrude as little as possible into the interiors.

Plantation shutters are highly functional when used on doorways. Shutters are fixed to the doors, allowing no interference when the doors are opened and closed.

hinged shutters

Dollar Curtains & Blinds has also designed the shutters with cutouts, allowing for the shutters to be installed alongside the handles on the French doors.

Introducing tactile sheer curtains in the main living areas softens the architectural look of the shutters, creating calming and inviting spaces. The curtains were designed with a triple pinch pleat heading, creating a classic, timeless look, and the décor rods tie in with the door handles and light fittings, ensuring a consistent style throughout the home.

 

Dollar Curtains & Blinds can design a similar look in your home, our showrooms cover the whole of Melbourne and Victoria as well as areas surrounding Fyshwick and Mitchell in Canberra, Griffith, Batemans Bay, Merimbula and Wagga Wagga in New South Wales and Mt Gambier in South Australia.

Contact the DCB team for a showroom or in-home consultation.

 

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triple pinch pleat curtains design

What Trends Are In For This Year’s Autumn And Winter Seasons?

Brianna Hatton - Wednesday, June 22, 2016

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HERE ARE SOME TIPS FROM OUR FABRIC WHOLESALER CHARLES PARSONS ON WHAT TRENDS ARE IN THIS AUTUMN & WINTER

Like fashion, interior design is constantly on the move. Whether it's the latest modern textile patterns or a minimalist look, there's something new around the corner with each change of the season.

 

modern textile patterns

As there is a period that is colder than most, being autumn and winter, there needs to be a more drastic change from the warmer summer and spring seasons. Here are a few trends that have been running rampant as the year grows colder, and how you can find the right upholstery fabrics and drapery to decorate your home.

You may have noticed that florals have been making a big comeback in recent years. Elle Decor explains that florals, particularly of the 'granny' design, are 'in' this winter, reminiscent of the spring seasons gone by.

It's not just a pattern found in vintage stores, but rather, a design that is being adopted in modern aesthetics. You'll find floral patterns in wide abundance in accessories like Dr Martens shoes and Cate Kidson bags. Floral may bring connotations of vintage, but it's only being embraced more than ever by modern society.

How can you display this trend in your home? Winter weather isn't all too kind on your rose bushes outside, so it requires some artful home decor. Pressed flowers in photo frames make beautiful homemade displays, especially if you turn it into a collage for a bigger piece of art to display.

For furnishings, Charles Parsons Interiors offers a wide range of floral upholstery fabrics for your perusal. They feature all sorts of colour palettes, so hopefully you'll be able to find one to match to your decor.

If you're hesitant about adopting such a bright pattern for a settee or couch, sometimes subtle is best. A cushion tucked into the corner of an armchair or a decorative ottoman can easily sneak a floral pattern in without overwhelming the design of the room.

upholstery fabrics
The Poppy range features a beautiful, soft floral design that can be used boldly in your home.

Go marbles for marble

Marble countertops are one of the most popular features of a kitchen, but lately, new trends have seen this design branching out into plenty of other aspects of the home. Tabletops, clock faces and candle holders – all of these are great ways to show off a marble accent, which Elle Decor explains adds small touches of luxury throughout your home.

While you don't want to adopt the marble pattern in all your upholstery fabrics and furnishings, you can find textiles that reflect the soft hues and edgy aesthetics of the marble design.

Choose a plush, plain textile such as one from the Savoy collection – it instantly warms the room while still complementing any statement marble pieces you may have around. Complete the decor with sheer drapery to let natural light in, and you're set for this winter.

touch of marble

Subtle textures

The trend of rustic decor items hasn't died down yet – think matte metal items, rose gold accents and industrial-chic furnishings. Of course, too many of these items can make a room seem cold, uninviting and too harsh, so to soften it up, adopt the use of subtle textures.

There are some that'll add to the vintage vibe, such as creamy threads. Any of the Borsetti range help to tie cold metals and rustic decor together nicely, especially the neutral shades.

Implement them in the seats of chairs at the dining table, and use any leftover scrap fabric to create a runner for the centre of your marble-designed table top.

It just goes to show that you don't necessarily have to incorporate furs and fluffy rugs for a home in the winter. You'll also find that these trends can be easily up-styled to suit summer once the warmer seasons roll around. For now, pop on the heater and enjoy your stylish home with a hot mug of cocoa.

Charles Parsons Interiors is one of the largest and most diverse fabric wholesalers in Australia and New Zealand. For more information on their collections and more tips on how to select your fabrics head to www.charlesparsonsinteriors.com.au

Window coverings that complete your home

Brianna Hatton - Thursday, June 02, 2016

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Few people realise the difference window coverings can make to your home. We spoke with Hotondo Homes about choosing the best window coverings for their clients homes!

Not only are there valuable energy-related benefits, but beautiful curtains, blinds or shutters can make a room look ‘complete.’

These days, there is a huge range of window coverings you can choose for your home. Brett Martin of Dollar Curtains & Blinds says the two most important factors when choosing your window coverings should be deciding what kind of interior design you want, and what kind of functionality you need.

“Different rooms in a home can require very different coverings,” Brett says. “These days it is quite common to mix and match blinds and curtains to suit the individual needs of each room. This can look especially good when done correctly.”

We have listed some of the most popular window coverings below to help you decide which window coverings would be best for your home.

YOU LOVE: PLANTATION SHUTTERS

Shutters have grown in popularity over the past few years, and for good reason. They are easy to clean, block light well and look amazing.

“Shutters are a great feature for your home,” Brett says. “Some people opt for shutters at just the front of the home for street appeal. Shutters look attractive from both inside and outside, and they can actually add value to your home, unlike some other options. Consider them an investment if you like!”

plantation shutters

YOU LOVE: BLINDS

If you are unsure what you need in a home, blinds are a great choice. Available in a huge range of colours and fabrics including blockout, sunscreen, translucent and sheer, blinds are a budget-friendly choice. They can control light, they block out heat and glare in summer and retain heat in winter and can disappear whenever you want to open up the room.

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Roller Blinds

Roller or Roman blinds are well suited to a modern-look home. For functionality, Brett recommends dual roller blinds.

“A popular trend at the moment is to use dual roller blinds,” Brett says. “Having one blockout blind and one sheer blind means you can still enjoy views during the day, and have complete privacy and darkness at night.”

roller blinds

Vertical Blinds

Vertical blinds allow you to rotate the direction of sunlight into the room. Ideal for large windows with long drops, they can be stacked to one side or to the centre, depending on what you prefer.

vertical blinds

Panel Blinds

The ideal solution for sliding doors, panel blinds offer a modern alternative to vertical blinds. With large panels that slide from side to side, they stack at the end to keep the room open when you need it.

panel blinds

“Panel blinds can be matched to your roller blinds to help create some consistency through the home,” Brett adds. “But people should be careful, they don’t block out light 100%.”

YOU LOVE: CURTAINS

For a stunning visual impact, curtains come in a range of colours, patterns and fabrics. With multiple headings (the way the drape is made) and tracks to choose from, customising a curtain to suit your home is a great way to complete your interior.

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Drapes

Drapes can add warmth and elegance to your home. Great at reducing outdoor noise levels, they also have the added advantage of staying cooler in summer than other window treatments. These days there are many modern alternative curtains you can choose, with plenty of colours and patterns that will help block out most light.

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Additional extras
  • Swags and Tails: For the ultimate elegant look, swags and tails can be added to roman blinds or curtains.
  • Pelmets: Pelmets can also be added to your curtains for a clean finish. Pelmets frame your window, and can be of great benefit in stopping heat entering the rooms during the warmer months.
pelmets frame
Sheer Curtains

If you have home with a beautiful view you do not want to obstruct, sheer curtains may be the way to go. Sheers defuse sunlight which can soften your home, while still being able to see outdoors.

“A lot of people opt for a blind with a wavefold sheer curtain over the top to get that good balance of privacy and openness,” Brett says. “It is a very delicate look, and it ticks all the boxes for both appearance and functionality.”

sheer curtains

YOU LOVE: MOTORISED COVERINGS

Homes are becoming more automated and technological in every way, and so too has the curtain industry. Motorised blinds can be controlled with just the touch of a button, eliminating the need for cords and chains.

“Motorised blinds are great if you have a skylight or windows set too high to reach,” Brett says. “They can also be used on alpha awnings or bistro blinds which can be used on your patio or alfresco space. It adds just a touch of luxury to your home.”

motorised coverings

Hotondo Homes is Australia's leading network of professional builders. For more information on Hotondo Homes please contact them today www.hotondo.com.au
 

2 Ways To Complement Your Designer Curtains With Accent Colours

Brianna Hatton - Sunday, May 29, 2016

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Here are some tips from our fabric wholesaler charles parsons interiors on how to complement your curtains with accent colours!

Accent colours are a staple in any interior designer's arsenal. They work a treat when it comes to creating a cohesive look, because this single line of colour placed strategically around the room brings harmony and unison to the space. Because of this, picking a single accent colour and introducing it in creative ways around a room can really help the decor shine.

curtains and accent colours

Of course, with so much importance placed on an accent hue, and with such a kaleidoscopic range of colours to choose from, it can be difficult to narrow down to just one single accent. This is where your designer curtains can come to the rescue.

Why designer curtains are ideal accents

Curtains are a block of colour in any room, especially when they are drawn closed. Even better, because curtains are based near the perimeter of a room along the windows, they become a default background to the room's furniture and decorative objects. Due to these reasons, curtains are a great inspiration for your accent colour.

Here are two sophisticated and stylish ways to bring out the colour of your curtains with accent items dotted around the room.

1) Place accent colours using the 60-30-10 rule

This rule is a favourite within colour theory and interior design education. In a nutshell, it involves 60 per cent of a dominant colour, 30 per cent of a secondary colour and 10 per cent of an accent colour. Your walls would count as the dominant tone, while furniture upholstery and carpets the secondary. Accent hues should only cover 10 per cent of the room for ideal balance.

Once you have picked your curtain fabric, keep a lookout for the curtain's primary colour in decorative objects such as vases and candle stands while you are browsing homeware stores. Don't overdo the accent so it stays within the 10 per cent rule. Place them on coffee tables as vases, as cushions against the sofa or as the frame for your family photographs hung on the walls.

orange curtain as the accent colour

An orange curtain is used as the accent colour inspiration for the rest of the room. 

2) Introduce the accent through a contrasting trim along the curtain

Elle Decor recommends turning your curtain design itself into an ode to accent colours by adding a contrasting trim to neutral-toned textiles. For instance, designer Steven Gambrel created beige curtains with a cobalt blue trim inspired by a naval uniform for his Manhattan townhouse's living room.

You can custom design your own curtain pattern using Charles Parsons' extensive range of commercial textiles. In this way, you can pre-plan your accent colour by adding it as a trim.

Charles Parsons Interiors is one of the largest and most diverse fabric wholesalers in Australia and New Zealand. For more information on their collections and more tips on how to select your fabrics head to www.charlesparsonsinteriors.com.au


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