A roman blind is one of the oldest forms of blinds, yet remains as stylish and popular today as it ever has! Providing colour, pattern and texture to a room, roman blinds compliment all interiors – order your free sample online today to find out! Our made to measure Roman blinds gather as they are drawn up, creating a stunning layered effect when not in use. When down, roman blinds display their colour or pattern in all its glory in any room of the house. Our high quality made to measure roman blinds include gentle, subtle neutral colours, through to patterns and heavily textured fabrics - each collection is put together with every type of style in mind. Further, follow our simple guide to measure roman blinds for your home, found on each product page.
Made to Measure Roman Blinds
Our roman blinds are made to measure, meaning you are able to ensure your blind perfectly fits your window. What’s more, we are providing roman blinds that are uniquely made for your window at prices you won’t find on the highstreet. We regular compare ourselves against key highstreet retailers and we always come in cheaper. Popular collections in our Roman Blind fabric range include the Theta range and the Leo range, each covering many colours such as reds, greens, creams and more all combined with great looking fabrics. Within our made to measure Theta roman blind collection, and all others, you'll find a choice of linings which can change the opacity of the fabric, making the blind blackout or dimout. The versatility of the product makes it ideal for nearly any setting. Another staple range of roman blind fabrics is the Leo range, made from polyester and viscose, which again comes with a choice of linings.
Roman Blind Linings
Light Filtering Lining
A light filtering lining within a blind will reduce light levels within a room, but not block out all fo the light. This lining is a light cream/ivory colour and is a great option for reducing light in rooms used for everyday use.
For those looking to block out all light from entering a room, such as a bedroom, the go-to choice is a blackout roman blind, by choosing the blackout lining. The use of the blackout fabric also offers an aesthetic quality to the product with a thicker finish. Blackout linings also help to deaden exterior noise and is made from 100% polyester.
Thermal linings for roman blinds aid in maintaining temperature within a room through increasing insulation around windows. The thickness of the insulation will also reduce the light and lower sound levels within the room. Thermal blinds are made from 100% polyester and not only aid in keeping rooms warm in the winter, they also keep them cool in the summer.
Free samples, warranties & 5-star quality Roman Blinds
We provide free samples on all fabrics for our roman blinds across all designs and colours, so you can order as many as you like, as many times as you like! This not only gives you added peace-of-mind, it also gives you the freedom to see how your fabric will perform in your window throughout the day, before you buy an entire blind. We offer a 3-year warranty on our blinds, along with 5-star reviews from satisfied customers. We work hard to ensure we are cheaper than highstreet retailers, so you know you’re getting top quality blinds at the best price. Happy shopping!
Measuring and Installing Roman Blinds
Measuring and installing roman blinds is really easy, it is no more complicated or scary than buying a flat pack chest of draws (in fact it’s easier because we provide text with our instructions!). Measure your blinds right and you'll be set! Take three width measurements at different heights across the window and if there is any difference, enter the average width into your desired roman blind’s product page.
Do the same for the drop, again checking three times and entering it into the website. If your roman blind is going outside of a recess, please let us know by clicking the ‘exact’ option on the product page. Add some extra millimetres to the top and bottom on each side to make the blind bigger than the window to limit the amount of light that gets around the edges.
If it is going within the recess, click ‘recess’ and we’ll make all the relevant deductions for brackets, buy you may want to deduct 5mm from the width to give the blind a snug fit. For further information on measuring and installing roman blinds for all kinds of windows, including, angled and box bay windows, please visit our blinds measuring guide.