For any style of window treatment design, flat Roman shades are the perfect choice. To block sunlight into the room roman shades provide a dual function as well as to decorate the room. In the case of window covering, Roman shades can work with or without curtains. For simple style and decoration base on budget, roman shade is preferable than using curtains.
Antique Floral Ornament
The warmth of yellow kitchen and dining area is very pronounced with classic wood flooring and wooden furniture. Antique floral Roman shades on the windows as a splash of color to adds decoration in this dining room. Designer: Judi Ackerman
Simply White Roman Shade
In this black-and-white office with funky wallpaper design and a zebra-print area rug, the room looks busy scene. White simple design is the right choice for Roman shade. Plain white area as a resting area for the view. Designer: Erinn Valencich
Silk Roman Shade with Traditional Style
To add beautifull elegance the windows in the living room, fitted silk Roman shades adorned with glass beading. Vertical line shade is suitable for this large space. Design by Phyllis Harbinger.
Pastel-striped Roman Shade for Playroom
Pastel-striped Roman shades in soft-purple scheme is perfect to make a girly playroom. Combined with the soft green furniture to create a interesting view..
Floral Roman Shades
Green floral ornament very match for window covering in natural Sunroom. Flower themed shades fit for decoration in the room with green wall and wood floring. Accent pillows with shades’s pattern is added to give color to the white couch.
Simple White Shade
Make it simple your small living room. Place a white sofa for lime-green walls. To fit the theme of the wall and sofa, choose simple white shades for window treatments.
Elegant Stripes Design
The blue-and-gold Roman shades creatively reinforce the theme in the living room wall with alternating colors. Design by Judi Ackerman.
Black and White Flower
Black-and-white floral Roman shades are used to spice up solid white walls. Designer: Erinn Valencich.
Roman Shades for Bathroom
To bring attention to the vintage bathtubs, designer Gail Drury adds soft-floral Roman shades with color combination in white, beige and blue.