Give your bedroom a summer lift with the clean, bright styles brought to you by terrysfabrics.co.uk
Friday 08 May 2009
A brand new bedding set with matching or complimentary curtains is a great way to give your bedrooms a summer makeover.
It is also by far the cheapest and easiest way to transform your room! Put away that paintbrush, don’t bother ringing the carpet fitter, you can achieve a stunning fresh look for your room with our great range of soft furnishings.
Get ready for Summer with these great floral patterns from our Printed Duvet Covers range.
The Joy Duvet Cover, coming in subtle colourways of Rose and Duckegg, as well as the bolder, brighter Magenta option.
With this design and many others there is an additional option of a pair of matching unlined curtains.
We have a number of styles that are suited to brighten your bedroom as the days get longer and sun gets stronger. For example the Odyssey Duvet Cover, a modern, abstract floral pattern on a light white background, with a cool mix of greens, blues and dark brown.
Or to add a splash of colour to that neutral room take a look at the Rania Pink Duvet with a strong vibrant mix of orange, pink and green on a white background – perfect to brighten your mood!
Alternatively consider an oriental floral design with fine detail print – the Oriental Flower Duvet Cover in Red. Again you can match this with a pair of standard sized curtains for that coordinated look.
Heard of Terrys Fabrics?
They are one of the largest internet homewares retailers in the UK and specialise in a wide range of curtains, blinds and home furnishings at great prices. They were established in 1965 and therefore use their experience to pick the best products that don’t sacrifice quality. They are a family owned business that also offer a great aftercare service. For full details go to Terrys Fabrics, or view their interior design blog online!
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