Roman Blinds

If a contemporary look is what you are after, then Kiwiblinds Romans maybe the solution for you. A time-honoured classic, Kiwiblinds Romans are a perfect option when you want to use a Drapery or Roller Blind fabric for complete window frame coverage.

Kiwiblinds Romans, offer distinct, classical fold lines that give it visual appeal when both lowered and raised for a neat and tidy stack. The elegance blends in seamlessly with both traditional and modern decors. Operating Kiwiblinds Romans, regardless of the size, is extremely easy and efficient with our modern chain-driven mechanism. The traditional cord operation remains an alternative, especially if you are looking to match other existing Roman blinds in the same living area.

In bedrooms when zero light is essential for light sleepers or when you do not have the wall space for drapes, Roman blinds fold up to sit near the top of your window frame when open, and drop down to seal the window for highly effective insulation purposes.

Inside fitting Romans is also an option but best objectively served to cover above and outside the window architrave areas.

Most drapery fabrics are suitable for Roman Blinds, but there can be the odd occasion where an extra lining is required for stability of the blind. You can offer up your own choice of fabric for Kiwiblinds to custom make your blinds or we have access to a wide range of Roller Blind and Drapery fabrics to choose from.

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