Roman Blinds are a popular, versatile window covering. They can provide a perfect solution for minimalist contemporary interiors or on tricky windows where curtains simply won't provide a satisfactory answer. A combination of 'dress curtains' or 'faux curtains' with roman blinds creates a softer look and an ideal result for windows where radiators are fitted under the windows.
Kitchen roman blind with upholstered pelmet in striking Romo fabric.
Landing Roman Blind in Romo chartreuse fabric.
Villa Nova floral fabric on the roman blinds and curtains in Living Kitchen in Bowdon links the room with the garden.
Landing Roman Blind fitted outside the window reveal with matching upholstered piped pelmet.
A pelmet with contrast piping can add the finishing touch to a Roman Blind.
A contrast border across the lower edge of the blind in either a plain or patterned fabric can add an interesting detail to work in with the decor of a room.
This simple blackout lined roman blind has been made-up in a Classic contemporary fabric and fitted within a tapering window reveal in this luxury apartment in Bowdon
Small scale James Hare weave gives subtle interest on the Roman Blinds in this bedroom bay window in Wilmslow.
This luxurious Interlined and blackout lined Roman Blind is fitted outside the window reveal for this arched window and the upholstered pelmet reflects the feature arch behind
Borders can be added as a extra detail on roman blinds, either a simple border to the lower edge or on two, three or four sides to frame the blind.
Decorative buttons across the lower edge of a roman blind can make a fun feature on a plain blind!
The addition of fringing, decorative braids, beads or pom pom trims across the lower edge of roman blinds can transform a plain blind or highlight a colour in your fabric to give it the wow factor!
This fun black and white fabric featuring streets of houses echoes the view from the window in this study in Hale!
All my Roman blinds are fitted on professional quality proprietary mechanisms fitted with the latest safety devices to ensure ease of operation whilst complying with recent child safety legislation
This classic striped fabric combined with a co-ordinating bobble trim achieves the contemporary look that my Client was looking for in this bay window in this beautiful period property in Hale