What is the widest width for a roman blind?

What is the widest width for a roman blind?

Limitations With Curtain Fabrics Made-to-measure Roman blinds are available up to a maximum width of 300cms (118”). As this width requires more than one width of curtain fabric it will have neat joins, with the pattern matched where necessary, to achieve your required width.

Do Roman blinds work on wide windows?

Since they are made of longer horizontal fabrics, they can easily fit even the widest windows. While traditional fabric curtains are typically about 137 centimetres wide, good quality wide roman blinds can be custom made up to 300 centimetres in width.

Can Roman blinds be cut to size?

Due to their nature, roman blinds are a bit more tricky to trim down and can only be trimmed lengthways due to how they work, attempting to trim width ways may interfere with the cords so we don’t recommend it.

What size widths do blinds come in?

If you’ve ever wondered what the standard size of window blinds is, the standard window length ranges from 36 to 72 inches, and the standard width ranges from 24 to 60 inches. However, window sizes and shapes can vary greatly, especially in older homes or homes with custom windows.

Do Roman blinds look better inside or outside recess?

In summary, for Venetian, roller and vertical blinds, we would recommend they be hung from within the recess. However, Roman blinds would be better suited outside the recess, as they are able to let more light enter into the room.

Do Roman blinds look better in the recess?

Can you modify Roman blinds?

The short answer is yes, it is possible to alter Roman blinds, and the good news is, it’s not as complex as you might think.

Should Roman blinds touch the window sill?

The bottom of your roman Blind should just touch the window sill when fully closed. You should use the shortest drop measurement if they are different at each end of the sill to ensure you don’t have one side too long and crumpling on the window sill.