Custom Roman Shades
Combining Utility & Fashion
Roman shades originated in ancient Rome, when homeowners hung wet cloths over their windows to trap dust from the outside and keep the heat in check. Over time, this practical solution evolved into an aesthetic expression of the homeowner. Today, Roman shades are a great combination of utility and fashion.
Somewhere between hard window treatments like blinds or shutters, and soft window treatments like curtains or drapes, Roman shades combine the best of both into a unique solution for almost any window! With a variety of lift options and a virtually unlimited line of fabrics to choose from, we can help you find the right Roman shades that perfectly accentuate your living space and reflect your personal style.
Whether your personal style leans more toward casual, classic, or elegant, there’s a Roman shade style that’s perfect for your home. The choices are limitless—classic, flat, relaxed, and more! Roman shades (or Roman blinds, as they are sometimes called) give you the look of costly custom shades at an affordable price that will surprise you. All the Roman fabric shades from Gotcha Covered lay smoothly, evenly, and gracefully into soft folds.
Along with a classic look, our Roman shades offer the following advantages:
- Countless fabric choices for complete customization
- Easy lifting and lowering with continuous loop cords
- Advanced light control with lining and layering options
- Complimentary valances to enhance your Roman shades
- Personalization with various decorative tape options
- Motorization options available
- Top down/bottom up options
- Cordless options
Gotcha Covered offers free, in-person consultations with our expert design consultants. We’ll come to you to take a look at your unique space, determine your needs, and get to know your personal tastes. Once we’ve learned all these things, we’ll work directly with you to find the perfect window treatment that meets your needs and your budget.
Additional Information & Articles on Roman Shades
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