Roman Styles

Roman Blind Styles

The style of the Roman Blind refers to how the blind will stack when pulled up.

Layered Roman

A Layered stack creates a waterfall effect allowing the bottom of each pleat of the roman to be visible when pulled up.

Backstacked Roman

Only the front pleat of the roman is visible all the other pleats stack entirely behind this. A backstacked roman has a more contemporary feel than a layered and also takes up less stacking space.

Chain Control Headrail

Traditionally Romans are operated with nylon cords which are strung from the bottom of the blind up through metal eyes attached to a timber headrail. The cords are tied up around a cleat to fix the Roman in place when pulled up. The chain control headrail is an additional option which allows the Roman to be operated using a chain control similar to that of a Roller blind. Easier to operate and essential for Romans with a full length drop and widths exceeding 2 meters. ​

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Roman Styles