Smart, tailored panels combine the softness of curtains with the functionality of blinds, and Roman Shades can be uses on most of the window in your home. Their lines are perfect for small windows, in which elaborate treatments might be too busy, and for large ones, in which they can complement a room without overpowering it.
When lowered, the shades fit snugly in a window frame, almost flush against the glass; when raised, their fabric hangs in neat symmetrical folds.
There are three basic styles: classic, casual, and formal. The choice of fabric will influence the final effect (toile, for instance, tends to look more formal than plaids and gingham, regardless of the shade’s shape). We install the Roman Shades inside window frames; they can also be wall mounted outside the window.
You can dress up your shade with stripes or trim, but its beauty lies in its simplicity: a single length of finished fabric fit with a RBS headrail system. Lighting and privacy needs will determine by the type of lining used when fabricating the Roman Shade.
Make Your Own Roman Shades by taking a online class on a Hands-on class at Home Fashions U.