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Chris’ Kitchen, Roman Blinds in Milnrow

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We seem to have a few customers called Chris!

Chris’s kitchen window is quite wide, so he chose two Roman Blinds in a lovely striped fabric to complement his kitchen design.

Kitchen Roman Blinds

The Two Kitchen Roman Blinds Installed

Chris seems very happy with his blinds, we hope he enjoys the kitchen view over his lovely back garden!

This style uses a traditional cleat rather than the usual rollers to secure the blinds.  If you’d like something similar, please just contact us at any time.

Posted on 19 February '11 by , under Roman Blinds. No Comments.

Roman Blind, Worthing – Rebecca’s Oilcloth Blind

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Rebecca wanted a Roman Blind made from oilcloth – fabric coated in PVC to make it wipeable and giving a lovely gloss finish. She chose a beautiful Strawberry fabric from Cath Kidston which we ordered for her and made into her blind.

We hope she loves the blind, but she’s going to be busy for a while as she’s just given birth to beautiful baby girl!

Posted on 11 March '10 by , under Roman Blinds. 2 Comments.

Roman Blinds at Home – Sharon & Phill

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The Roman Blinds in our own home are made from a chenille fabric, and presented a real challenge to make.  The fabric tends to distort very easily and is much more difficult to work with than other types.  We’re delighted with the results though, which lend a luxurious feel to our lounge windows and double door.

The fittings on these blinds are very traditional, with the blinds attached to wooden batons.  They’re removable easily using velcro.  Traditional acorns are used with brass cleats providing the fasteners.

We can make blinds in this traditional way if you prefer.  Please just contact us if you’d like this option.

Posted on 10 February '10 by , under Roman Blinds. No Comments.

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