Giveaway – Bespoke Blind – Closed!

Creatively Different Blinds…designs that are as individual as you are!

My kitchen is constantly in a state of flux as I move things around and try to keep it looking smart.  I am particularly pleased with this fabulous blind I got last year.  I have a really big sash window and I wanted something that would cut out the sun (sometimes it comes directly in through the window so that I can’t see what I am doing) but not look too heavy and formal.  And ideally I wanted something unique.   I chose this fig design and the blind was made to measure for me in a plastic covered material that I can wipe down – perfect for messy cooks like me!

figs - my kitchen


I’m thrilled to say that Creatively Different are prepared to offer ONE Of you a great opportunity to dress up your own window with a fabulous prize of a blind up to the value of £300.  It doesn’t have to be a kitchen window – if you win, you can choose where YOUR blind will work best.

Kitchen butterflies cropped brings you a distinctively different design concept in window blinds to change the style of your home. Whether you are looking for something subtle, or want to make a bold statement. Take a look through their extensive Gallery where you will find over 6500 images from some of the world’s most creative minds, past and present. With images to suit every age, style and taste, they can create for you a Designer blind -whether it be a Venetian, Roman, vertical, panel or roller – that is truly individual, and will add an exciting new dimension to any room in your home.

Tom Fedro_Idol VERTICAL cropped

All you have to do to enter is let me know what your favourite blind is from the Creatively Different website by posting a comment at the bottom of the blog.  You can get a few extra entries by following the rafflecopter and, you’ll be pleased to know that ALL entrants will be offered a £30 gift voucher to be used against the purchase of a blind from Creatively Different (one only per household and minimum purchase of £200!).

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  1. Angela LIthgow says

    Monica Asleep on Thistle is my fav. design. It’s very cute and would make me smile everytime I pulled the blind.

  2. anna says

    I like Malcolm sanders shells one from the living room, as it would easily go with any decor and looks stylish and nice but also a bit tempted by having one with lovely scenery like the seycelles or blue beach bay, in the bedroom window – would give you a boost to get up in the morning!! lol. very unique

  3. says

    ooooh I’ve just spent weeks looking at sites with blinds, as we need new one’s in four rooms. Excellent timing.

    I love Gherkin’ Traders, City of London – because it includes the church I got married in!

  4. Fiona Harris says

    These blinds are simply stunning I really like, The Three white Gerberas, among many many others!! I sat for a long time trying to choose this!

  5. Jane Willis says

    I’d go for an “upload your own image” blind and use one of my husband’s superb kitchen garden photos to create a bespoke blind for the kitchen

  6. Sandra Clarke says

    I like the Fab Photography blinds and would choose the photo by Mark Bauer “The telephone box at Studland Beach” for my study window. We did have an original telephone box outside this window which had to be removed recently to build an extension so, together with my love for the coastline, this would be ideal.

  7. Laura Pritchard says

    I like Little Deserted – I could look at my bathroom window & believe (kind of!) that I was in the Whitsundays!

  8. Annita Marquardt says

    I love van Gogh’s sunflowers. We’ve just decorated our spare room/home office in a lumitec white with a hint of yellow which reflects the light. So important in a north facing room that never gets direct sunlight. This blind would just finish off the room so well as there is a standard Edwardian style window frame.

  9. Alex Brownlee says

    I would love the Tyne Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne as a blind in my new kitchen. Because it’s a local image that means alot to me

  10. Tracey Belcher says

    I love the Storm Front! The window I would love this for overlooks the sea and I find the photo amazing so would love to see this when my blinds were down!

  11. Karen R says

    I would choose Going to Work by LS Lowry – I have always loved this as a picture (my headmistress had it on the wall of her office in my infant school, which was in Salford, btw), and I always remember it fondly. I think it would make the perfect blind for my kitchen

  12. EMMA WALTERS says

    Blue, Pink and Green Buckets , would look fab in my new kitchen, hoping to use it as a focus point & use the colours in my kitchen to accentuate the blind

  13. Rachel Sanders says

    I love the Cool View for a bathroom. Gives a real feeling of sunshine & long lazy days relaxing by the beach.

  14. Christine Dodd says

    Blue anenome on white is my favorite. I’m a flower lover and this would give me some kitchen/garden fusion.

  15. Kirsty Fox says

    I love the Pansy Orchid – Miltoniopsis (South America) on Pink because it is so bright and pretty it makes me think of summer.

  16. Lisa Morrow says

    i love the Natural History Museum blind. Imagine waking up to a T Rex bursting through the blind. That would get me up in the morning. Amazing!

  17. Gabrielle Svensson says

    I Like the Lucky Cat design – because it looks like my cat, and you can see the design even when the blind isn’t all the way down.

  18. Amy P says

    I love the roller blind ‘Beach Chair Sepia 10’. It’s uplifting and the kind of scene I would not get bored of.

  19. KATIE L WRIGHT says

    I like the fact you can make a bespoke blind from your own photo. That would be my choice for favorite blind

  20. says

    I love the Natural History Museum’s range where T-Rex come through the window. It is quirky, fun and so unusual, perfect for my boys at home, including the young at heart dad. The Victor Schreckengost – Guerrero Still Life would really give our kitchen a much needed makeover. If I win the £300 from Creatively Different Roller Blinds, I would also love to have Quentin Blake’s illustration printed on the blind for the study in our home! That will totally stop my other half from going to the library and spend more time to study at home, which I love!

  21. Ruth Wollerton says

    Illuminated Buildings in the Ginza district of Tokyo, Japan
    Picture by Tomoiro Ohsumi/Landov/PA Photos

  22. sarah cooper says

    I love the ‘Beech Trees in Autumn Sunlight’ blind, I’ve always found forests to be a place of magical beauty.

  23. Richard Gallagher says

    I love Lucky Cat as not only do we have a black Cat but the blind woud be for our black and white kitchen so this woud be idea.

  24. Emma Bradshaw says

    Love ‘Insects and Acorns’ – Have been looking for some nice patterned curtains to liven up my lounge but this would do just nicely!

  25. sarah clegg says

    wow amazing comp!!!! i totally love the Pure Gold – Nanven, Cornwall blind, i love the seaside/beaches and especially the sunset this would not only perfectly match the colours in my kitchen but also would put a lift in our moods whenever we see it even on a cold wet day!! 😀

  26. Ellie Spencer says

    Have had a lovely time browsing the website! We have a really awkward-sized recessed window in our tiny living room, and a sofa lives just in front of the window. I think a Roman blind would suit perfectly, and I adore Arts and Crafts movement designs so the beautiful William Morris V&A wallpaper pattern would be my choice.

  27. Angela - gardenteacakesandme says

    Oh my what a choice! I like the V & A Cream/Red/Blue Hanging Linen embroidered with Silk Thread Ottoman, 17th Century

  28. Lucy L Richards says

    Nelumbo Nucifera, Sacred Lotus
    Plate 44 from The John Reeves Collection of Botanical Drawings, Canton, China
    Held in the Botany Library of the Natural History Museum, London
    © The Natural History Museum, London

    For my daughters room. It would look amazing.

  29. Emily Hutchinson says

    Storm Clouds gathering – Porth Nanven, Cornwall – love a stormy sea but I don’t get to see it very often, this would look great in the bathroom and I could enjoy a storm any time I liked!

  30. Fati1 says

    we have just had new windows placed and I was looking for some blinds

    I was looking for something different and subtle and classy!

    I think to match the character of where I live I would have to choose the Ivy
    The blinds would like lovely!

  31. Samantha Atherton says

    My favorite is Resting Up © Nikky Corker because it bring back fond memories of a beach me and my husband went for long walks along when i was pregnant.

  32. Pamela says

    I love the 1931 Bentley 4.5 litre supercharged blind but, as a classic endurance rally driver, I would love to have a blind for my den using a piccie of me at the wheel of my own car!

  33. Tracey Peach says

    I would love Selection of Shells from Shell Beach for my bathroom as I am trying to do a sea side theme. The blind that is all ready there has a big splash of paint on it, not very nice to look at.

  34. Alison Joyce says

    Butterflies Shades of Brown I love butterfly motifs and this design would perfectly compliment my bedroom furniture.

  35. Laura Harris says

    I love “fluffy clouds”….brings the outdoors in, and you can still see the sky, even when the blind is drawn!

  36. Zoe G says

    What a great idea to cheer up a room, the Dendroica Petechia – Yellow Warbler is lovely, there is so much choice, next time I re-decorate, I will be visiting their website

  37. Diane Ireton says

    I Love Arrival at the monument, My Bathroom is black & white, so it would look really good, plus my Dad was a London Cab driver.

  38. kasia says

    WOW they are outstanding, what an amazing idea… stunning and how about to personalise it with kids the picture…


  39. Stephanie Whitehouse says

    The V&A Museum Stained Glass Window, Stucco and Glass, Egypt or Syria, 1700-1900 would be perfect on my stairs window

  40. Leanne Lunn says

    The Rumps Peninsula – Panorama I don’t have a great view from my windows so looking at this everyday would be great.

  41. Nicola Blacker says

    I redid my kitchen last year on a very tight budget, which included fittign a second-hand kitchen and putting back the blinds we had originally. They now look out of place and shabby. I really love the design “Detail from The Forest” by William Morris, which would tranform the kitchen into a work of art.

  42. Louise M says

    I adore the Rosa Black Barraca design – My bedroom is designed in shades of purple and this would be a magnificent window treatment. It would give the room that wow factor it needs and would tie it all together.

  43. Fran Light says

    I would choose the Skylight – Stained Glass blind because it reminds me of the stained glass gallery at the V & A Museum. I think it’s all been changed now, but when I was in my twenties, the gallery was a cool, dark room in one corner of the museum and I used to spend hours in there, just sitting quietly, and anonymously, thinking …

  44. Jay Scales says

    I absolutely love the Fountains Abbey blind. We have National Trust membership, and it’s only about 40 minutes from us, so we have loads of free days out there all year round!

  45. SARAH LAMBERT says

    I just love the Golden Hues of Autumn, Berkhamsted Common design i would have to stand all day at my sink looking at the blind as its a stunning picture :)

  46. Saska Brenard says

    I liked the London traffic. The effect was greatly insane somehow. I bought some fabric from Ikea with faces on it and “posted” it to the outside world. Similar insanity :)

  47. esther james says

    I love this image Early Morning at Keem Strand, Achill Island, Co. Mayo- It just reminds me of a much loved trip to the highlands

  48. Debora Hercock says

    They’re all beautiful, what a tough choice! But one that stood out was Helen Dixon’s Sunset at Land’s End!

  49. Lese says

    i like “Sunrise over the beach at Tynemouth” which I would use in my kitchen so I don’t have to look at the darkness outside at night

  50. Loma Wood says

    I would like the unknown lilies on two small venitian blinds in my porch. My lovely Mum was called Lily and they would remind me of her.

  51. Nat says

    Loving the London scene – so hard finding just the right thing for a teenagers room that we can all live with – this would be perfect

  52. Karen Lloyd says

    I love the Bubba, Hudson and Hawk blind, so cute. It would make me smile every morning when I walk into my kitchen at 6am to make some coffee. Not many things make me smile at that time of morning

  53. denise s says

    love gardening and these are my favourite flowers giving colour to winter this would literally bring the outdoors in. so this blind would be amazing Helleborus X Harvington ‘Double Apricot 2005 Selection

  54. Antonia Rookley says

    Up and Above – Eastbourne, East Sussex
    © Helen Dixon Photography 2008

    It’s my town and captures why I love it!

  55. Judith Luscombe says

    The Black and White Dog design is very modern and would be highly suitable for my sons bedroom window. His colour scheme is black and white and he is a great dog lover.

  56. Lauren says

    I think my favourite is Huskies preparing for Sled Dog Rally – so beautiful, it would be lovely to wake up to see that each morning.

  57. Judith Lightfoot says

    Lake Bled, Slovenia with Chapel of Santa Maria memories of a wonderful holiday. These blinds are amazing pieces of art I would them all over the house!!!!

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