A famous drawing of Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire by Scottish architect, James Adam. Kedleston Hall was built for Sir Nathaniel Curzon in 1765 as a house to rival Chatsworth. It was built to be used as 'a temple of the arts' and as the host for grand entertainments. The house was never intended to be a family home, but a show palace in which to exhibit the finest paintings, sculptures and furniture.
Roller blinds that add a little drama and a lot of impact. Combining stunning imagery with premium quality materials and mechanisms, we’ve designed our blinds so that your image can be seen from top to toe - known as reverse rolled. Our blinds are printed single sided as standard, are supplied with a beaded metal chain for a smooth operation and versatile fitting brackets for attachment inside or outside the window recess. We also supply a control chain safety clip to help keep the loose continuous chain out of reach of young children.