Roman blinds can be considered a traditional, yet contemporary window covering. They come in a range of three styles and a variety of fabrics to suit any decor or home design.
- Classic Roman Blind – The classic Roman Blind is manufactured by sewing a small pocket into the back of the blind. A slim, round fibreglass rod is inserted into the pocket. The cords that enable the lifting of the blind are attached to a PVC ring that is clipped onto the pocket. This creates the Roman Blind folding effect.
- Sewles Roman Blind – (See below) The Sewless Roman is manufactured using an aluminium extrusion on the back of the blind into which the fabric is tucked. This creates a fine tuck line on the front of the blind. The extrusion is not visible from the front which means that this style provides an elegant and simple appearance.
- Plantation Roman Blind – (As seen above) The Plantation Roman is accessorised with timber battens attached both to the front and the rear of the blind. The battens are available in a range of painted and stained finishes to enhance the fabric colour. They are supplied in the same colour for front and back. The front batten is rounded whilst the rear is flat. Small metal eyelets are attached to the rear batten allowing the folding effect of the Roman blind.