I have roman shades in my dining and living rooms. The windows look a bit unfinished although the blinds are really nice. Do you think installing a decorative molding right over the window would make the window look more finished?
I have purchased 72″ x 72″ Roman Shades for my Oklahoma City home. Problem is that it is an old house and all the windows are different, ex: 67″, 60″, 69″, etc. I need to trim each blind to fit and need to know the best way to go about it. What type of saw? Would a circular saw work, or a table saw etc?
I think my husband installed my roman shades wrong, the shear fabric in the back just lays on the sill until you pull it up and then the front comes up with it.
Tell me if I’m right, I think these two fabrics should hang together, if so please direct me to a web site that has proper install instructions.
Roman Shades offer clean, classic lines suitable for any taste or decorator style. We offer Roman Shades in a wide variety of styles, and in addition to our fine fabrics you’ll find the timeless styling of Roman window blinds in our Natural Woven, Roller and Solar Shade materials. All our custom Roman Shades settle smoothly, evenly and gracefully into soft folds when raised.