Picking the Best Roman Shades for Your Room
Roman Shades offer a vibrant and stylish look to any room. When the shades are pulled up, they provide a beautiful valance appearance. As you unfold your Roman Shades, they cascade into style in your space.
Picking the correct type of Roman Shade for your room shouldn’t be as tricky as picking where to go for dinner. There are two main styles to know: Soft and Flat. With various fabrics to choose from, your room type and aesthetic will help determine the best shades for your space
Soft Roman Shades
Soft Roman Shades are the window treatments that the Roman style is best known for. Looking traditional, slightly more formal, and in various options, Soft Roman Shades upgrade your interior and come in varying styles. There are more than 150 designer fabrics available in Soft Roman Shades, and your choice of soft fold gathering style will help determine how the shades look and work in your home.
A Flat Roman Shade has no horizontal seam across the front, creating a simple, modern look. The Relaxed Roman Shade is gathered on the sides, allowing the center to fall slightly as it scallops in the center.
The Classic Roman Shade has horizontal seams sewn through the middle, giving your windows a more tailored appearance as the shades fold neatly into themselves. Hobbled Roman Shades are close to the Classic look, and among the more popular choices as they are most versatile with any fabric selection.
Casual Roman Shades and Gathered Romans Shades provide a “gathered” rather than folded look as they rise. The Casual selection gathers the shades at the side and leaves the impression that your windows are “smiling” at you. The Gathered shades have a drawstring in the middle that provides swoops that are ideal for larger windows
Flat Fold Design
Your Style, Your Choice
Add a room-darkening lining to Roman Shades for privacy or to help control your energy bills. Select motorized shades or cordless shades for convenience and to perk up your smart home. Roman Shades are extremely versatile and you can pick the best type to fit your needs in your home.
In addition, all shades can be mounted inside your window frame or just outside the frame. This choice determines how much more control you have over the light that filters into your room.
Roman Shades can also be fitted with “top-down” or “top-down, bottom-up” operational controls. For bathroom or bedroom windows, this means you can open your shades from the top instead of the bottom, maximizing privacy control without sacrificing style