Hobbled Roman Shade
Hobbled or Tear dropped Roman Shade adds bold depth and dimension to your shade. Choose from an array of ornamental options to satisfy any decorating style including valances, cornices, beading and fringe. Two new operating systems are now available including the Cordless Lift System and Motorization.
Classic Flat Roman Shade
Classic Flat Roman Shade features a clean, traditional panel appearance. Choose from an array of ornamental options to satisfy any decorating style including valances, cornices, beading and fringe. Two new operating systems are now available including the Cordless Lift System and Motorization.
Via Wikipedia: Roman shades are different from standard window shade in that they stack up evenly when being opened, however when they are open they are visibly smooth, not bumpy or ribbed like typical vertical shades of blinds. Roman shades are usually opened with a cord mechanism, allowing the user to adjust the height of the covered area. In typical construction, cords run vertically on the outdoor side of the blind running through evenly spaced horizontal stiffener rods or eyelets, and attached at the bottom of the blind. In this case, the opened portion of the blinds remains smooth, while the bottom will be stacked evenly.
The interior of the upstairs dining and lounge area at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Sunlight peeks through blood red roman shades. This is an image of a place or building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the United States of America.
another example of Roman Shades from Wikipedia
“Killarney – Great Southern Hotel dining area – geograph.org.uk – 1640275” by Joseph Mischyshyn. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons.
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