Natasha Marshall Billow Sea Fog Curtains Bay Window

We love it when customers share their home interior photos with us – Natasha Marshall Billow Sea Fog Curtains Bay Window. The ‘Billow’ Design is soft and calming for interiors: this client chose our ‘Sea Fog’ colour. This interior is a wonderful example of how our modern contemporary patterns work in a classic interior. The customer said they are so pleased with the way the curtains finish and enhance the room. We love the way the customer has mixed pattern, antiques and paintings to create such a beautiful interior in a colour palette of mauves and greens.

The addition of pattern and colour of our Billow design is particularly soft and calming in this interior. The Billow design is part of our Ikon collection. It is available in 3 colours: ‘Sea Fog’, ‘Feather Grey’ and ‘Misty Blue’. It is printed onto a linen-cotton fabric in the UK.

The Bay window needed a track or pole, that has no joins, so the curtains could open and close easily. With a track, or pole like this, the curtains then glide round the bend perfectly. This client ordered their poles from John Lewis, from a brand called The Bradley Collection. They struggled to find a fabric they liked, until they found the Natasha Marshall range. They ordered the Billow fabric from us and their talented friend made-up their curtains. They have used a cotton lining and this lets the daylight shine through, in a beautiful way by day and makes the room cosy by night. They have used a hand-sewn ‘pinch pleat heading’. A pinch pleat heading gives a stunning classic look to these curtains.

Mixing colours, pattern and textures you love in your interior, is so important to creating a home you love to spend time in. The mix of mauves, greens and corals in this interior have a beautiful calm homely feel. Everywhere you look you see stunning pattern and colours in the fabrics, rug, lights and paintings.

Please do share photos of your home with us, as we love to see how you use Natasha Marshall fabrics and wallpapers. It is so inspiring seeing how different peoples homes are and the colours you choose.