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Elegant and bold in design, the roman blind effortlessly blends simplicity with style.
Roman Blinds are an attractive window furnishing that add character and warmth to your home. Concealed timber battens operate via a pulley system that gathers the fabric from the bottom into structured folds when the blind is raised. Traditionally operated by a cord lock system, Roman Blinds can also be installed as chain system or motorised. Available in a vast selection of textures and weaves, simply lower or raise the blind to control the amount of light.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, roman blinds are excellent at blocking out light. When installed above the architrave (as they often are) they are very effective at keeping light out.
Yes, roman blinds are safe for little children. Chain operated roman blinds are retained, and Cord operated roman blinds have tie off cleats that are positioned no lower than 1600mm from ground height. For an even safer option, consider motorising your roman blinds.
Yes, absolutely! We have a range of motorise options to suit your needs and budget that our consultants can discuss with you. Learn more about our motorisation range.
Regularly dusting your roman blinds will make cleaning them easier. Because the fabric is pleated on the front with battens at the back, dust will naturally collect here and will require a little extra care to remove.
Whilst roman blinds can be installed in bathrooms, this is not something we would usually recommend. The battens used in the pleats are made from timber which is a material that generally should not be used in rooms susceptible to moisture. If installing roman blinds to a wet area, proper fabric care such as allowing the fabric to dry must be followed.
Yes, roman blinds are easy to operate. Chain operation is easier than cords, with motorisation the most effortless of them all.
Yes, our roman blinds come with a 5 year warranty.
No, unfortunately we don’t offer repairs to roman blinds.
Fabric selection is key to good insulating properties. An acrylic backed opaque will insulate significantly better than a translucent fabric.