Roman Shades

Roman Shades

A modernized Roman shade with enhanced design features.

  • Modern operating systems
  • No exposed rear cords
  • 25+ fabric/color choices

Alustra® Woven Textures®
Roman Shades

A refined, transitional style, with dimensional beauty.

  • Design-inspired, globally sourced fabrics
  • 70+ fabric/color choices

Woven Wood Shades

Crafted from natural materials, these shades bring a touch of the outdoors, in.

  • Artistically woven
  • Woods, reeds, grasses and bamboo
  • 80+ fabric/color choices

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Custom Roman Shades

The soft or crisp folds of Roman shades give them a timeless appeal, making them a popular choice for any aesthetic, with endless design possibilities. When lowered, Roman shade fabric lays flat; as you raise the shade, the fabric gradually rolls up.

Features and Benefits

  • Available in a wide selection of fabrics, colors and designs
  • Choose from soft, full folds or crisp, flat folds
  • Insulates well, for enhanced energy efficiency
  • Light-filtering and room-darkening opacities
  • Offered in a variety of control options, including automation
  • Ideal for living rooms, bedrooms and dining rooms

Roman shades offer a drapery aesthetic, but with more versatility in terms of light control. They look great on their own or paired with side panels or drapery.

The classic look of Roman shades means they will never fall out of style.

You’ll find Roman shades in an expansive selection of colors and fabric types, including exclusive collections with unique colors, textures and designs.

You can tailor the amount of light in a room by opting for a light-filtering or room-darkening fabric or liner. Optional enhancements, such as two different fabric opacities on one roller, also let you create just the right amount of light in a room.

Roman shades are available to fit specialty-shaped windows; the type of shape will depend on the style of the Roman shade.

You can mount Roman shades either inside or outside of the window frame. Mounting your shades inside the frame lets you showcase the window’s trim—just keep in mind that you will have a small light gap on each side of the shade (so that the fabric moves smoothly). Mounting your shades on the outside of the frame helps eliminate that light gap when you lower them.

A regular, light dusting will help keep your shades looking like new.