Roman blinds

£345.00

Elegantly dress your window with Roman Blinds, finished in a fabric of your choice. The soft waterfall pleats gracefully hang, adding warmth and depth. Read more


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Product description

Try a Roman blind in a recess that doesn't allow you to drawer curtains away from the window to maximise the light, to dress up a kitchen or bathroom, or because you prefer a neat window dressing in any room. Alternatively, team a blind with curtains, choosing co-ordinating fabrics, to make a feature of your window. 

Our Roman blinds are finished to your exact measurements so use our sizes as a price guide and when selecting the size go to the next size up for pricing (even if your actual size is only 1cm out!). Use the text box to let us know the actual size that you'd like the blind made to.

We comply with all regulations for safety on pull cords. All our blinds are fitted with a certified corded head-rail system with a chrome chain that hangs 150cm from the floor. When placing your order we will need to know the fixing height of the head-rail from the floor as the chain does need to be fitted to a minimum of 150cm from the floor.

Linings
We use a white or ivory lining as standard or you can choose a bonded blackout lining which is a top-quality blackout lining with polyester wadding bonded to the reverse side. 
Interlining blinds are also an option. which creates a more luxurious appearance. 

Bespoke finishes
A fabric border or trim and beading can be added to the edge. Please let us know if you'd like any special finishes and we'll get back to you with a quotation.

Sending your own fabric?

Blind WidthDropFabric Qty
100cm up to 120cm wide100cm1.5m
100cm up to 120cm wide120cm1.5m
100cm up to 120cm wide140cm2m
100cm up to 120cm wide160cm2m
100cm up to 120cm wide180cm2.10m
140cm up to 180cm wide100cm2.5m*
140cm up to 180cm wide120cm1.5m*
140cm up to 180cm wide160cm2m*
140cm up to 180cm wide180cm4.2m*
   



Fabric requirements, subject to pattern repeat - 10cm allowance on the width and 20cm allowance on the drop. 

If you are using a patterned fabric, please contact us for information as more fabric may be needed.

We kindly ask you to send your choice of fabric in a parcel that is clearly marked with your name, address and order reference which will be sent to you once your order has been processed.

Our address is The Dormy House, 27 Walworth Business Park, Andover, Hampshire SP10 5LH

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Roman blind buyer’s guide

A Roman blind is a beautiful window treatment for many of the rooms in your home. Roman blinds are made from the same fabrics as curtains, so they’re an elegant way to dress windows and more decorative than roller, Venetian or vertical blinds. They also bring softness to a scheme as they pull up into soft horizontal pleats. We make Roman blinds bespoke and you can choose from our huge collection of fabrics from the leading fabric houses, or even send us your own preferred fabric to use to make your Roman blind instead. We can tailor your design down to the last detail, too. Our Roman blinds can be lined, lined and interlined, which will add fullness and help the drape of your chosen fabric, or blackout lined. We recommend the latter option for bedrooms where this will help stop street lamps and early sunrises disturbing your sleep pattern. We’ll fit the pull cord on the side of the Roman blind you prefer, too. We can also add the decorative detail that makes your Roman blind design just right. Both contrasting fabric borders, and trims along the lower edge of the blind can give your design your own personal style. Just get in touch to find out more.

 

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Roman blind buyer’s guide

A Roman blind is a beautiful window treatment for many of the rooms in your home. Roman blinds are made from the same fabrics as curtains, so they’re an elegant way to dress windows and more decorative than roller, Venetian or vertical blinds. They also bring softness to a scheme as they pull up into soft horizontal pleats. We make Roman blinds bespoke and you can choose from our huge collection of fabrics from the leading fabric houses, or even send us your own preferred fabric to use to make your Roman blind instead. We can tailor your design down to the last detail, too. Our Roman blinds can be lined, lined and interlined, which will add fullness and help the drape of your chosen fabric, or blackout lined. We recommend the latter option for bedrooms where this will help stop street lamps and early sunrises disturbing your sleep pattern. We’ll fit the pull cord on the side of the Roman blind you prefer, too. We can also add the decorative detail that makes your Roman blind design just right. Both contrasting fabric borders, and trims along the lower edge of the blind can give your design your own personal style. Just get in touch to find out more.

 

Where can Roman blinds be fitted?

Roman blinds can be used in many rooms of your home. They look beautiful in bedrooms and living spaces and, in either room, can be used alone or teamed with curtains – which looks particularly stylish if your windows are large, and offers good light and privacy control for bay windows. A Roman blind can be used in the bathroom, but we’d advise you to keep them to adult bathing spaces where they’re not likely to get splashed. Roman blinds are also suitable for dining areas. If you have a radiator located below a window, a Roman blind can be a great window dressing solution as it won’t block the heat, but looks beautifully decorative. They’re also useful when furniture needs to be positioned underneath a window and floor-length curtains aren’t viable, and when a window is close to a perpendicular wall, where a curtain couldn’t be drawn back. 


 

 

Choosing pattern and colour for Roman blinds

Roman blinds are an excellent way to show off a patterned fabric as, when the blind is down, you’ll be able to appreciate the motif, and there’s still plenty of pattern on show when the blind is pulled up due to the soft pleats at the top of the blind. If you’re teaming a Roman blind with curtains, our advice is to stick to bold pattern for either the blind or the curtains. The other in the pairing is best as a plain in a co-ordinating colourway, although you could use, for example, a subtle geometric with a bold floral as they won’t fight for attention. Our fabrics are shown in colour groups, making it easy to pick blind and curtain fabrics that will complement one another. For finishing touches like trims, pick up a colour from a blind pattern, and think about whether you’d like a contrasting fabric to create a border to individualise your Roman blind design.

Roman blind safety

Always be aware of safety considerations when you’re fitting blinds. Our Roman blinds comply with all regulations for safety on pull cords. All our Roman blinds are fitted with a certified corded head-rail system with a metal chain which hangs 150cm from the floor. When you’re placing your order we will need to know the fixing height of the head-rail from the floor so that the chain is fitted to a minimum of 150cm from the floor. 


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