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Roman blinds are a unique and versatile way to decorate all the windows of your home. From contemporary to elegant, there is a wide array of styles and colours to suit your taste and beautify every room in your home. What’s more, Roman blinds are suitable for patio doors and larger windows. No matter what you choose, you’ll be making a statement.
Making Your Choice
From fabric, woven, patterned or suede to wooden and bamboo shades, Roman blinds come in a variety of colours to mix and match every décor. Fabric can come in canvas, denim, soft, flimsy, sheer, wispy, denim, leather and satin.
Whether you’re decorating for a certain time of year, or you’re decorating to suit your preferences, you’ll be able to be bold and daring. You can even have fun with these cloths to enhance your wallpaper or paint, furniture and decorations.
The Fabric Of Your Home
Fabric is the most adaptable of the styles. With softer fabrics you can create modern, contemporary and unique looks easily. Stiffer textures provide you with more horizontal appearances. A simple pattern will make a nice accent piece, while a heavier pattern will make a bolder statement. Light and soft fabrics create a summery sensation, while warm colours can give you a warm fuzzy feeling; perfect for the cooler months.
Going Light Or Dark?
If your room has darker colours, a lighter window covering would be preferable. Patterns take a discerning eye, so try to pick out a blind covering with one solid colour. However, a patterned cover can work, if your walls and furnishings are of a solid colour.
If you want a natural outdoorsy feel to your room, you might want to consider wooden or bamboo coverings. With these, you can create a serene, airy feel. The natural scent from the wood or bamboo will enhance the effect. Meanwhile, plants scattered around will help bring out the earthy, natural feel you’re trying to create.
Adapting What You Already Have
You can also change the look of existing coverings without much effort. You can add tassels of a complementary or matching colour to the edge of your blind very easily by either stitching them into place or attaching supplementary braids with super glue.
You might want to fit the covering with fabric that is patterned or has a solid colour to create another type of edging. Or you can create a different look in your room by alternating which way the shade is drawn; one window could be drawn up on the top, while another is drawn to the middle or to the bottom.
No matter your decorating needs, Roman blinds can enhance and beautify every room. They come in many different styles and colours. And, by choosing a covering that will enhance and accentuate the colours and designs of your room, you can make a statement about who you are to everyone who walks through the door of your home.
Are you looking to buy made to measure Roman blinds online? Our carefully selected range includes plain and patterned blinds in a wide range of colours and styles.
You can choose from either a traditional cord and cleat or a chain operated system. Plus, every Roman blind in our range is also available with standard or blackout lining, so can customise your blind to make it perfect for any room. To check out our huge collection of Roman blinds, click here now.
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