Cream, with a touch of peach and a touch of yellow – if this blind were a horse it would be called sorrel, so saddle up and we’ll take a ride. To call this blind Cornhusk you’d be forgiven for thinking it would be bright yellow – but it’s the husk that matters. This is much more the pale straw-texture that lies between the bright green outer leaves and the sunshine yellow cob. Think back to the corn dollies that were so popular in times gone by – that’s Cornhusk. Add to the colour a scattering of texture from the Crush pattern effect and you have a blind that’s big on features as well as colour.