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Roman Shades

The most simple among fabric shade styles, roman shades will turn your choice of fabric color and style into an artistic focal point for your room. Make the most of your fabric design by giving some thought to pattern placement: think about centering patterns or stripes for optimal effect.

 

 

Calico offers these beautiful styles of Roman Shades:

 

  • Back Slat Shades
  • Casual Shades with Tails

  • Deco Fold Shade
  • Flat Shade
  • Front Slat Shade
  • Relaxed Shade
Back slat shades
back slat roman shade
  • Sheers and casement fabrics are not recommended.
  • Heavier fabrics may have size constraints for the cord system.
  • Back Slat Roman Shades will be lined. Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • This shade cannot have returns. There will be light gaps if side panel draperies are not used as an over-treatment.
casual shades with tails
casual roman shade with tails
  • Cords and rings (on the back of the shade) may be visible with a lace or sheer fabric.
  • Plaids are not recommended, as they are often not perfectly square.
  • Casual Roman Shades are best for single windows. For larger windows, there will be one dip every 35″ to 50″.
  • Finished length is measured from the top of the board to the shortest point of the hem.
  • Shades will be lined with the exception of sheers; silks should always be interlined.
  • This shade cannot have returns.
deco fold shade
deco fold roman shades
  • Sheers, casements, plaids, and prints with specific pattern motifs are not suitable.
  • Shades will be lined. Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • This shade cannot have returns. There will be light gaps if side panel draperies are not used as an over-treatment.
flat shade
Flat roman shades
  • Sheers and casement fabrics are not recommended.
  • Plaids are not recommended, as they are often not perfectly square.
  • This shade can be inside mounted; a welt or a decorative cord will camouflage light gaps at the top of the window.
  • Flat Roman Shades will be lined with the exception of sheers; silks should always be interlined.
  • This shade cannot have returns.
front slat shade
Front Slat Roman Shades
  • Sheers, casements, plaids, and prints with specific pattern motifs are not suitable.
  • Heavier fabrics may have size constraints for the cord system.
  • Front Slat Roman Shades will be lined. Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • This shade cannot have returns. There will be light gaps if side panel draperies are not used as an over-treatment.
relaxed shade
Relaxed Roman Shades
  • Sheers and casement fabrics are not recommended.
  • Consider vertical banding to camouflage seams on shades wider than 48″.
  • Plaids are not recommended, as they are often not perfectly square.
  • Relaxed Roman Shades will be lined with the exception of sheers; silks should always be interlined.
  • Finished length is measured from the top of the board to the shortest point of the hem.
  • Shades will be lined with the exception of sheers; silks should always be interlined.
  • This shade cannot have returns.
  • This shade is functional but needs to be dressed each time it is raised and lowered. Shade will show some wrinkling when lowered. Chintz is not recommended for a functioning shade, as the finish will crack.

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