Roman shades have been around for centuries in many different forms. Today, these classic shades are available in different styles and with various options, but they all offer many of the same characteristics at the window. Roman shades are typically a fabric shade that can be raised and lowered with a pull cord. They are made in different ways, creating numerous different styles. A flat Roman shade offers a more contemporary look, while a teardrop or looped style takes a more traditional approach to the window treatment. Since Roman shades can be made out of nearly any fabric – even sheers – there is definitely one for every style and every home. One of the biggest advantages to using Roman shades on your windows is their timeless style. Romans have been around for decades (in their present form) and tend not to cycle in and out of popularity with the latest trend. A wise fabric selection will extend the life of your shade by keeping it from becoming too trendy.
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