Written by Georgia Lockstone

Blinds 2go launches collaboration with Emma Bridgewater

The iconic Emma Bridgewater patterned fabrics are available as roller blinds, roman blinds, or curtains.

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From the trademark script of the Toast & Marmalade collection, to the jolly Polka Dots, quirky Emma Bridgewater designs add joy to our homes. Thanks to a new spring range with Blinds 2go, a hand-picked selection of Emma’s patterns are joining the collection as blinds and curtains.

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Alongside existing popular patterns, new designs including the Ladybird, Bumblebee, Sweet Peas and more from the new spring collection are available to purchase as blinds and curtains. According to Emma, this move towards nature-inspired prints has been due to the events of the last year.

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“The new Bee and Buttercup patterns are directly inspired by the increased appreciation we have for nature and time spent out of doors. During these strange times, I have started to properly garden. I’ve also cherished my daily walks more than ever, stopping to admire wildflowers,” Emma tells us.

Read more: 6 trending ideas for curtains and blinds in 2021

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The collection is built on making the everyday a ‘little bit nicer’. Therefore each Emma Bridgewater fabric comes with a selection of linings to choose from. This means that your blinds or curtains boast the perfect combination of practical shading and vintage style. 

Retail prices start at £26.80 for Roller Blinds, £33.35 for Roman Blinds and £47.65 for a set of Curtains, made to measure. The collection is available now via the Blinds 2go website however it’s predicted to sell out fast so get your orders in!

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