Roman blinds

Posted By Morgan Parks  
12/07/2021
13:51 PM

Roman blinds

 

A Roman blind is essentially an envelope made from a flat piece of fabric and a lining. The lining is
securely attached to the fabric on all sides to create a sealed pocket or envelope. This envelope
hangs flat once installed at a window in the fully extended (or closed) position. In the fully raised (or
open) position, the fabric in a Roman blind sits in neat, horizontal folds which stack one on top of
another.
The simple ease of use, making-up process and varied choice of fabric weights and colours available
for Roman blinds, makes them suitable for most rooms in the home. Roman blinds are great for
achieving a sophisticated, contemporary look and have historically been favoured for living rooms,
dining rooms, master-bedrooms & children’s rooms and home offices, as they offer a dressier and
more furnished look than that of roller, vertical or Venetian blinds.
Roman blinds are simple, elegant and contemporary blinds which hang straight and flat when down
and form soft pleats when raised. They are operated by a chain or cord so easy operation for the
whole family.
At Seaforth blinds we can customise your romans to your desired choice of fabric so it can match in
with your house interior.