Is it that you want to change the décor of your home interior? It can be done in various ways like shifting the furniture or adding a new piece, buying few showpieces etc. Another way you can try is by changing your window blinds and when it comes to window blinds, roman shades are the best option. They are very useful in various other ways other than being just a graceful window covering.
The roman shades works as a very good insulator. Once rolled down, it prevents the cold air from entering thus keeping the room cozy while during summer it allows free movement of air in the room keeping it cool. The roman shades provide both looks and functionality. Its various blend of colour, style make it look gracious thus adding a degree to your home interior.
On the basis of material, roman shades are of various types. The materials used for the shades are jute, leaves, reeds, bamboo and woods. The ruggedness of natural materials thus combined in various ways brings about an elegant look in the shades. The naturally formed roman shades are pretty popular among the homeowners. They possess a traditional touch that creates a different ambience.
Fabrics are used to make the soft roman shades. They possess different patterns and pictures. They are also available in various colours. The fabrics used to make soft shades are cotton, plastic and blackout lining. There’s another type called the double roman shades having two essential factors – privacy and sunlight defense. This type of shades possesses an immovable shade at the back for double protection from sunlight. Blackout ones have a thick lining that also prevent the sunlight from entering once rolled down completely. There is also relaxed roman shade. As the name suggests, it has a plain and simple look and made of light materials. Thermal roman shades are used in winter to get protection from the cold weather. They are made with extra layers thus having the capability to retain heat and preventing the warmth from escaping. The matchsticks roman shades are made of small and thin pleats. They are basically used for covering smaller windows.