Roman blinds give an elegant designer look to your home or commercial space.
Roman blinds give an elegant designer look to your home or commercial space. When in the open position roman blinds look similar to a pelmet allowing them to look just as good up as they do down. Fashionable and functional, ABSOL’s range of Roman blinds come in a vast range of styles and fabrics. The distinct horizontal lines of the Roman blinds add structure and sophistication to any area. Did you know you can also Motorise Roman Blinds?
- Minimal light gaps at sides
- Cord lock, Chain or Motorised operation
- Extensive range of fabric styles & colours
- Pocket finish to base of blind
- Easy Maintenance
When considering this type of blinds for your windows the following points should be noted.
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*Consideration needs to be given to the overall length & weight of the Roman Blind.
Timber Batten – Lacquered timber battens to both front and back of the blinds give you a beautiful costal look. Traditionally used on beachside homes, the timber battens come in a variety of painted colours and stains.
Back Batten – Powder-coated extruded aluminium back battens give you a sleeker more contemporary look and also eliminate the puckering you would normally get from stitched blinds. This style works particularly well with Blockout fabrics by eliminating the light that would usually leak through the stitch holes.
Bamboo & Weaves – For a sunning natural feel you can’t go past the exotic Bamboo & Weave fabrics. They also work exceptionally well in oriental themed interiors. If you are after a Roman Blind with a difference these fabrics certainly deliver.
Custom Roman Blinds are manufactured using your choice of Curtain fabric with either a 1-pass or 3-pass lining. Finishes include, Drop base, Decorative boarder, Swags, Unlined or Front valance. Want to dress it up more? Why not add a pelmet or choose from a variety of trims including Cord trims, Fringing and Tassels.
Roman blinds can also be custom shaped to suit raked windows. The shaped section remains in place while the bottom section is able to move up and down.