Blinds 2 Go collaborate with designer Emma Bridgewater

And the results are beautiful...

Blinds 2 Go and Emma Bridgewater collaboration
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From bold florals and bright prints to pastel polka dots and dancing mice, Emma Bridgewater's quintessentially British designs have begun to seep from the kitchen into other rooms of the home. The latest incarnation? Blinds: the specialist retailer, Blinds 2 Go, has collaborated with Emma Bridgewater to produce a stunning new collection.

Taking Emma’s most loved patterns, the designs have been reinterpreted to fit perfectly on window blinds - just look at the starry night print with the animals wandering along the trim!

‘The Emma Bridgewater collaboration with Blinds 2 Go was initiated to bring these beautiful designs to window blinds in an affordable way.  Emma Bridgewater is a renowned British designer and household name thanks to her hand painted designs,’ explains Leah Brandwood, Design Manager at Blinds 2 Go. ‘These designs are perfect for kitchens and bedrooms which, with a bit of Blinds 2 Go know-how, can be made to measure.’

Each design in the collection comes in both roller and Roman designs. The Roman blind comes with a choice of thermal or blackout lining options. Check out the full range at Blinds 2 Go (opens in new tab).

Emma Bridgewater and Blinds 2 Go collab

Emma Bridgewater roller blind in Winter Animals at Night (opens in new tab),  prices from £27.25

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Emma Bridgewater and Blinds 2 Go collaborations

(Image credit: Pressloft)

Emma Bridgewater and Blinds 2 Go collaborations

(Image credit: Pressloft)

Blinds 2 Go and Emma Bridgewater collaboration

(Image credit: Pressloft)

Emma Bridgewater and Blinds 2 Go collaborations

(Image credit: Pressloft)
Hebe Hatton
Hebe Hatton

Hebe joined the Real Homes team in early 2018 as Staff Writer before moving to the Livingetc team in 2021 where she took on a role as Digital Editor. She loves boho and 70's style and is a big fan of Instagram as a source of interiors inspiration. When she isn't writing about interiors, she is renovating her own spaces – be it wallpapering a hallway, painting kitchen cupboards or converting a van.

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