Roman blinds
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Roman blinds
Roman blinds
Roman blinds
Roman blinds
Roman blinds
Roman blinds
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Type
Roman
Material
canvas

Description

Textile sophistication with a fascinating effect A Roman blind is a form of roller blind where you do not roll the fabric onto a tube, but rather gather it vertically via cords. As a result the blind fabric drops like arching clouds, creating a textile, sensual atmosphere. MHZ Roman blinds are suited to vertical windows and doors in the home. The system can also be used for special shape windows and skylights. You open your Roman blind in the horizontal plane and are able to flexibly position your privacy screen and sunblind. Fully opened the blind fabric leaves the window clear and simultaneously serves as a jaunty, eye-catching feature. With numerous fabrics available in different colours, textures and levels of transparency, you can style your Roman blind in bespoke fashion. The blind fabric is available with or without profiled rods. Both variants give your rooms a cosy feeling of well-being that invites you to lie back and dream. For cleaning the window the blind fabric can be easily taken off. The fabrics themselves are also washable. You will find specially treated fabrics in use in commercial premises. Roman blind product benefits Made to meas­ure to your spe­cific­a­tion Large choice of col­ours, pat­terns and trans­par­ency levels Tex­tile char­ac­ter Fab­rics easy to take off for clean­ing or re­pla­cing Suit­able for win­dows in spe­cial shapes Roman blinds are suited to vertical windows and doors and to skylights This textile form of sunshade can also be used on special shapes such as vertical and horizontal arches, as a slope blind or a joint blind.

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