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SUMMER DÉCOR TRENDS FOR 2019

Are you looking to brighten up your household décor this summer, but not sure where to even begin? We’ve got your windows covered with the best tips, tricks and latest décor trends. Summer is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about incorporating and bringing the trendiest summer décor into your home to give it a fresh, modern and classic finish. From simple splashes of colour to playful prints and crisp furnishings, here you can take a look at everything you should consider purchasing. Add warmth and cosiness to your home this summer, hassle-free!

BLINDS AND SHUTTERS THAT ARE PERFECT FOR AFRICAN INSPIRED DÉCOR

Modern African design continues to remain popular and is an ever evolving home decor trend and we have the perfect window covering to complement your requirements. In order to celebrate our 50th Birthday and Heritage month we are introducing you to three blinds and shutters that would enhance and complement your African inspired décor:

DÉCOR TRENDS FOR YOUR HOME

It’s Women’s month and our 50th birthday and we want to inspire you with four of our window coverings that are ideal for your home. Window treatments can make or break a room and can be considered an investment to last for many years so it is important to decide on which window covering will complement and blend into your home décor seamlessly.

The Surprising History of Blinds

Blinds. Where do they come from? And how have they evolved over the years? Window coverings can be traced back to some of the world’s most ancient societies. Egyptians, used damp strips of cloth as blinds to keep the dirt and sun from entering into their homes. Reeds were also gathered for use as shade and décor within their homes. The Chinese used bamboo products as window treatments and decorations.

Sleep Safely And Stylishly With Windovert’s Security Doors & Shutters

When it comes to bedroom windows or doors, it’s hard not to feel like you’re forced to make the choice between stylish coverings and secure coverings. With most security door and shutter manufacturers making little effort to hide unsightly bolts or fastenings, there seems to be no option for the South African consumer other than to opt for safety over aesthetics.