Blinds

Cascade Roman blind

Cascade Roman blind

A roman blind where the pleat formations are cascaded.

Bay windows.

Bay windows.

Roman blinds are a great solution for a bay window. Romans fit tighter together than roller blinds do and where windows often go right to the ceiling curtains are often impractical.

Roman Blind

Roman Blind

The red boarder on the hem really finishes off this blind.

Roman and cafe curtain

Roman and cafe curtain

This kitchen was in a basement so the view from the window was so good. I used the cafe curtain to hide a concrete slop and teamed it with matching Roman blinds.

Layering with Blinds.

Layering with Blinds.

Here I have used a voile roller blind for privacy and then made a beautiful Roman blind to dress the window.

Interlined Roman blinds.

Interlined Roman blinds.

Beautiful soft grey check cotton blinds interlined for a more sumptuous, warm look.

Duo Blinds.

Duo Blinds.

These modern new duo roller blinds are a great look, especially for kitchens and bathrooms.

Vertical blinds.

Vertical blinds.

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Bespoke Roller blind.

Bespoke Roller blind.

London blind

London blind

Less fussy than an austrian blind and less formal than the straight lines of a Roman blind.

Festoon blind

Festoon blind

The difference between an austrian blind and a festoon blind is that the festoon is ruched when down where as an austrian blind is only ruched when pulled up.

Scolloped Roller blind.

Scolloped Roller blind.

Another roller blind made up from Laura Ashley fabric and trimmed with braid.

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