A window furnishing that coordinates well with roller blinds and curtains, roman blinds in Canberra are so versatile that they can be used in most rooms around the home. Thanks to our different ranges, you will be able to achieve a contemporary or a formal look with ease.
The perfect option for homeowners wanting to achieve a sleek, contemporary look. We have a large fabric selection and can match your fabric to other blind types for a coordinated look.
These blinds are custom manufactured using curtain fabric, allowing for even more possibilities, and are separately lined to provide you with the ultimate in insulation and design.
You will also be able to choose from an extensive range of colours and shades, ensuring that your finished blinds are the perfect complement for your décor.
Custom roman blinds can be operated using a variety of methods, including: cordlock (raised or lowered using a cord), chain drive (raised or lowered using a looped chain), and motorised (remote control or switch system). Cord and chain controls can be installed on either the left or right side of the furnishing to ensure ease of access.
“I just wanted to take the time to commend you on the service we received with our recent purchase of blinds from your company. Throughout our entire experience we were well informed from everyone we spoke to and the sales person and installer were a pleasure to deal with. The blinds look fantastic and we will have no hesitation in recommending your company. Thank you.“Nagle Family
Romans actually offer a number of benefits that other types of window furnishings do not. Beyond looking a million dollars, they provide exceptional light control and privacy control, as well as retract quite compactly.
Yes. The safety of your children and pets is important to us, which is why all of our cordlock and chain drive blinds are fitted with child safe devices. These generally comprise a clip that keeps the chain tensioned on the wall.
Fortunately, custom made roman blinds are relatively easy to look after – just give them a go over with your vacuum cleaner (using the brush and crevice attachments) whenever you vacuum your floors.