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Roman Blinds- A Customized Look for your Windows

If you plan to give a refreshing look to your home, there is nothing classic than Roman Blinds. Perfect for all the rooms in the house, they look sophisticated and are quite functional indeed. They are made of a single piece of fabric that is rolled into pleats to enable us to adjust the amount of light entering the room by controlling these folds and pleats, through an attached cord. These could be either lined for insulation or sheer to allow some light.

The best thing about installing Roman Blinds is that they let us customize our home the way we desire to, in the patterns that we like and the designs/colors we choose to, without hindering the already existing décor.. I think they are the most stylish option for decorating and dressing our windows. They can be made in numerous styles like Paneled, Tab Headed, Beaded, Pleated, Balloon, Bottom Up, Austrian, Bound Edge, Cascade, Butterfly, Corsica, Eyelet Fantail, Hobbled, Hook Up, Roller, Plain, Pointed, Reefed, Relaxed Fantail, Relaxed, Rolled Tie Up, Scalloped, Shaped, Staggered, Tailored Fantial, Turreted Bottom, Waterfall, Festoon, Etc.

With so much variety of styles, patterns, colors and designs here are some pictures to give you an idea. I hope this would help you to bring in that refreshing breeze of style in your home.

Courtesy: And Sew On Designs
Courtesy: Home Furnish
Courtesy: J Candler Design
Courtesy: Blinds Galore
Courtesy: Blinds Of Raleigh
Courtesy: Elaine Hayes Designs
Courtesy: Matt and Shari
Courtesy: Shop 1st Blinds
Courtesy: Roman Shades Expert
Courtesy: Roman Shades Expert
Courtesy: B2B Trade

Pictures by: And Sew On Designs, Home Furnish, J Candler Design, Blinds Galore, Blinds of Raleigh, Elaine Hayes Designs, Matt and Shari, Shop 1st Blinds, Roman Shades Expert, B2B Trade


2 thoughts on “Roman Blinds- A Customized Look for your Windows”

  1. Yeah, These Roman blinds are really giving new touch to home. These are really great custom designs as per the room needs. I would definitely like to try it out. Good going!

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