At Tuiss we’re proud to announce that we’ve teamed up with distinctive German designer Sabine Reinhart to bring you a unique collection of beautiful patterned roller blinds.
Sabine’s inimitable style is inspired by nature and by using bold lines and manipulating light and shade she manages to create wonderfully intricate floral designs and geometric patterns that are as much a work of art as they are a window dressing.
Sabine is no stranger to partnerships, having worked with companies such as Landor and Adobe, and her ethereal, enchanting blind designs are so unique, you won’t find anything like them anywhere else.
What’s more, all of her designs are available with a choice of standard, blackout and energy saving linings so you can choose a different Sabine Reinhart blind for every room in your home!
Hot water bottles are great this time of year but there’s just one problem – they never keep your whole body warm! Richard Yu found this out to his cost one cold winter back in 2010 and decided to do something about it.
The result of his cold feet was to design the world’s first long hot water bottle. Ergonomically designed, it can be used to soothe aches and pains as well as keep you warm during the cold winter nights.
What’s more, they’re stylish too; wrapped in coats of the finest Mongolian cashmere and made from ecologically sound rubber, YuYu hot water bottles are a luxurious and practical companion the keep you warm all winter long.
Everyone loves to snuggle up in their cable knit jumpers throughout the winter. Soft and warm they help you to combat the cold and make sure you stay cosy all season long.
Now, you can go one step further and give your home a winter warming treat. The trend for cable knit woollen accessories has exploded into so many new realms.
As well as the traditional tea cosies and cushion covers, you can now get knitted bowls, lampshades – even clocks and candles!
So make sure your home stays toasty by adding some woollen accessories this winter.
Just look what these creative cafe owners have done to ensure their establishment remains permanently in the spotlight. With a flash of inspiration and a LOT of tape, they’ve turned a drab, grey concrete shop front into a show stopping centre of attention.
Situated in Madrid, this visual masterpiece was carried out by a group of art directors and designers called fos. They used the colour yellow to trick your eye, sticking reams of tape to the walls and furniture at the cafe’s entrance to make it look like light shining from the lamp above the door. Adding a few pineapples in for good measure, they’ve managed to create a striking selling point to entice passersby. We’re certainly sold!
We thought that with our special Tuiss toggles and hand stitched finishes that we were the masters of attention to detail. Even we might have to admit defeat having seen these amazing drawings by Turkish artist Hasan Kale.
Painting pictures of his hometown, Istanbul, Kale uses unusual materials as his canvas. From snail shells to butterfly wings, nothing seems too small or too delicate for his steady hand. He manages to get incredible detail into each picture, even using his finger as a mixing palette.
The result is a range of beautiful little objects decorated with incredibly intricate detail. We’re very impressed.
What are the first things you look for when buying a house? The location? The price? How nice it looks already? Well, if this house is anything to go by, it’s whether or not the blinds are from Tuiss.
We found this house in Harwich on Rightmove earlier this week and by the time it came to write this post, the house had already been sold!
Among the key features listed in the description (above its proximity to the station and the fact that all the windows were double glazed) was the fact that it had ‘Tuiss blinds throughout’.
So if you’re looking to move house, with a touch of Tuiss magic and one or two of our famous Tuiss toggles in the images – voila, you’re house is sold!
To help try and spread a little Christmas cheer and a touch of Tuiss magic this festive period, we promise to deliver your Tuiss blinds and curtains before the 25th so you can enjoy your wonderful new look home in time for Christmas day. And if we fail in our mission, we’ll let you have your blinds for free. Our gift to you!
So keep a look out for the cute little robins dotted around the site to find out which products are eligible, then simply choose your favourite Tuiss blind or curtain, sit back and wait for Santa to arrive with a stylish gift for you and your home. And if those mince pies go uneaten and Santa misses his deadline, you won’t pay a penny for your blinds!
As with all our offers, there’s a little bit of sensible small print to consider:
- The maximum refund is £250 per household.
- Offer excludes items that go out of stock. We will, of course, get Santa or one of our customer service team to get in touch in plenty of time to try and find you an alternative.
- Offer is invalid if Santa or one of our couriers attempts delivery before Christmas but nobody is available to receive it.
- Offer applies to UK mainland deliveries only.
When trawling through the world wide web looking at bland blog after bland blog it’s always a wonderful surprise when one jumps out and hits you in the face with vibrant colour and energy. That’s what happened when we stumbled across Justina Blakeney’s lifestyle blog recently.
Named one of the Best Home Decor Blogs by Refinery 29, Justina Blakeney Est. 1979 is a groundbreaking lifestyle blog where loyal readers get inspired by DIY projects, rants, plants, recipes and snapshots of my jungalow lifestyle in Los Angeles and beyond.
Justina’s a creative consultant with a passion for all things bohemian. She loves plants, colour, DIY and, well, being creative. Her blog aims to inspire and invigorate with her handy tips, personal projects and design ideas. Her latest creation involves colourful napkins pinned with funky floral brooches that you can make at home. We think she’s ace, check her out!
Ever get fed up of the same old designs? Natural linens and silver stripes are all well and good but sometimes it’s great to make a statement by injecting a real flash of colour into your home.
Over at Tuiss, we’ve added a collection of fun and funky patterns to cater for that very need. Reserved they ain’t! There’s spots and spirals, pop art and parrots. For the petrolheads among you, there’s even a pair of Minis in bright colours and some equally vibrant Vespas on offer.
Pots, pans, teacups and shelf designs are great for the kitchen while flowers and trees add an organic flavour to your home.
We haven’t ‘loved’ anything for quite a while so when we came across the Eco wallpaper site, we knew it was time to rectify the situation.
With company ties stretching back to the 19th century they are one of the Scandinavia’s leading wallpaper specialists. Their idea is to use wallpaper as decoration, in the same way as art or paintings, and many of their unique and interesting designs reflect just that.
The idea behind ECO is to be surprising and to encourage curiosity and an urge to experiment – in a playful way. All this helps to create an interesting home, one unlike any other. We simply want to share our passion for wallpaper that challenges traditional thinking. Welcome – be inspired.
We absolutely love their artistic take on interior design, with their Renaissance range a particular favourite. But what makes them really stand out is their dedication to producing their products in the most environmentally friendly way possible.
As their name suggests, environmental awareness is a key aspect of their production with them even going as far as to own their own water treatment facility to produce their water based inks.
So if you’re looking for something decorative, powerful and beautiful, with the added bonus of being eco-friendly, Eco wallpaper is the place to go.