Roman blinds are becoming more popular in the family home and it’s not hard to see why. They have a touch of class to their look but can come in pretty much any design pattern you need to suit your home.
The can be modern and stylish, however, if you really wanted to you, why not got bold. The design lends itself well to bold prints as there is no excess of material, just that required for the space you are using them in.
Other than the look, what else sets roman blinds apart from the other choices?
Firstly it is practical, if your radiator sits under a window, there is a chance that your radiators in the winter are a little less effective as the curtains site over the top of the radiator absorbing the heat coming off.
Roman blinds are designed to sit in the recess and would be designed for the window space you have, letting the heat escape into the room.
The design of the blind is also great to help with sun glare, the pleating allows you to open or close it a little or fully depending on how much light and sunshine you are trying to let in or keep out. As these are so versatile you can even get them in blackout material, making them perfect for bedrooms, especially kids rooms.
As I mentioned earlier, there is no overuse of material when it comes to these blinds. As they sit in the recess of the window, they make the perfect blind for kitchens and bathrooms. You have space to pull them down without material overhanging into sinks and taps.
Out of all the reasons why roman blind are practical, I have to say I think they are the best blinds for most homes just from the look. They look stylish in any room and the fact that you can get them in so many patterns make them perfect for the whole family. You can see some of the great range here on Blinds UK, with so many patterns to pick from though you may have a tough time picking your pattern.
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