1,694 Roman Shades

In terms of textural appeal and visual interest, there’s no window treatment option that compares to Roman blinds. These unique-looking accents come in a variety of materials, colors and styles that make them perfect for any room in the house. If you’re considering adding the elegance of Roman shades to your home, consider the following tips: More 
Kyoto Cappuccino 48X72 Roman Shade
Display Chicology's beautiful natural woven fabrics with a Chicology Roman Shade. Stylish, functional, and safe, our roman shades are capable of mounting inside or outside your window frame depending on your needs. Enjoy the optimum window opening with a 6" stack height when shade is drawn. Install in minutes with all the hardware and instructions included
Stitch Custom Furnishings
9 Reviews
Black and White Roman Shade in the Bathroom
A graphic print in black and white, on a roman shade is perfect in a small Noe Valley, San Francisco bath. Stitch Custom Furnishings
“Shade” — babylove777
Grand Valley Window Coverings
6 Reviews
Roman Shades
Literise Hunter Douglas Vignette
“Nice” — gderhami1
Chicology Arden Sandy Beach Roman Shade
This Roman shade is made of a sheer fabric and comes with a built-in valance for a complete look. Stylish yet functional,these Roman shades are capable of being installed as an inside mount or outside mount with all mounting hardware included.
Hanging In Style Designs
10 Reviews
Hanging In Style Designs
Roman Shade featuring Shumacher fabric and beading. Jacquelyn Weber/Hanging In Style Designs
“Love the colors” — gderhami1
14 Reviews
Levolor Classic Roman Shades in optional blackout fabric from Blinds.com
Levolor Classic Roman shades offer a luxurious look with an affordable price. The richness of the solid collection has the color you need, with its range of color from bold red and gold to warm, earth tones of the neutral palette.Or choose from the wide selection of room darkening fabrics to block light in media rooms or bedrooms.
“33” — Ressy Muwardany
Restoration Hardware
19 Reviews
Belgian Textured Linen Relaxed Roman Shade, Optic White
A linen window shade looks elegant and casually relaxed at the same time. Price varies with options from $239 to $3,379.
“Perfect...” — Dana Veach
Lone Star Blinds
19 Reviews
“1” — Ressy Muwardany
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Are Roman blinds right for my home?

If you’re looking for a window treatment that has more texture than typical blinds but is lighter than drapery, Roman shades may be just what you need. They allow you to easily customize the amount of privacy you prefer and the light you’d like to block while adding great texture and style.

What styles of Roman shades can I choose from?

Aside from a wide variety of fabrics, prints and colors to choose from, you’ll also have the choice of flat or hobbled Roman blinds. Flat Roman blinds lie perfectly flat when they’re fully extended, adding to a sleek, modern theme. Hobbled Roman shades include excess fabric so the pleats overlap when the shades are closed. The hobbled style is perfect for a softer, more traditional style, plus the excess fabric increases insulation against the cold or heat.

What’s the difference between inside- and outside-mount Roman blinds, and how do I know what size to buy?

When it comes to hanging your Roman shades, you have the option of an inside or outside mount. Your choice comes down to your aesthetic preference and whether you like your shades mounted inside the recessed window frame (inside mount) or outside it, on the wall (outside mount). To determine what size Roman shade you’ll need based on your preference, follow these measurement guidelines:
• Inside mount: Measure the inside of your window frame from top to bottom and left to right, then measure the depth of the window.
• Outside mount: Measure starting from where you want to hang the shade to where you’d like it to end when fully extended, then measure from side to side. Be sure to add 1½ to 3 inches on the sides, top and bottom for overlap.
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