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Roman Blinds - Linen Collection

from £283.00 £141.50

Design your blind

Recess Size
Recess Size
Blind Size
Maximum width x drop is 250cm x 250cm
Please contact us for more information
Right Side
Left Side
Chrome
Antique
Black
White (plastic)
Recess Fix
Recess Fix
Face Fix
Standard Brackets
Standard Brackets
Total£141.50
£283.00
save £141.50
Order now for delivery by Thursday 11th July

Key features

  • Linen mix fabric 
  • Full blackout lining
  • Hand stitched, not glued
  • Strong steel headrail
  • High quality components for smooth & reliable operation
  • Metal chain control
  • Child safety link for chain control included
  • Child safety chain tidy included
  • Linen mix fabric 
  • Full blackout lining
  • Hand stitched, not glued
  • Strong steel headrail
  • High quality components for smooth & reliable operation
  • Metal chain control
  • Child safety link for chain control included
  • Child safety chain tidy included

Specifications

Fabric 80% polyester, 20% linen; attached with velcro making it easy to remove for cleaning
Fabric width 250cm 
Lining Blackout fabric
Shading Block out (light may still come through around the edges of the blind or through the stitching where the rods are sewn to the fabric)
Control Easy drive mechanism operated by chrome chain control with left or right side operation
Headrail size 4cm high x 4cm deep
Brackets Metal brackets for top fixing or face fixing, or extension brackets for face fixing
Quick release mechanism Blind can be removed easily
Minimum width 35cm
Minimum drop 40cm
Maximum width 250cm
Maximum drop 250cm
Panel matching The panel drop is calculated on the drop of the blind. We cannot guarantee the panels will match across multiple blinds unless the drops are the same, or within 4cm of each other.
Pattern matching We are unable to pattern match the side seams of blinds next to one another. Due to manufacturing limitations, the straightness of the horizontal and vertical pattern is not guaranteed.
Cleaning Dry clean only. Please ensure all rods and cords are removed before cleaning.
Fitting A minimum of 4cm is required to fit roman blinds in a recess. We recommend a 2cm clearance from any window handles/obstructions.
Note As a soft furnishing, the fabric may need to be adjusted/dressed to form pleats, especially for blinds with larger drops.

Stacking height The 'stacking height' is the height of the blind when it is completely pulled up and the fabric is gathered together. The longer the drop, the greater number of fabric panels and therefore the greater the stacking height.

The stacking height should be considered when the blind needs to be clear of the window when it is completely pulled up, e.g. if the window opens inwards. In such situations, use the stacking height to calculate where the top of the blind needs to be positioned.

Blind Drop (cm) Number of Panels Stacking Height (cm)
55 1.5 22
90 2.5 23
125 3.5 24
160 4.5 25
195 5.5 26
230 6.5 27
250 7.5 27

 

Downloads

Measuring Guide for Roman Blinds

Fitting Instructions for Roman Blinds

Fabric 80% polyester, 20% linen; attached with velcro making it easy to remove for cleaning
Fabric width 250cm 
Lining Blackout fabric
Shading Block out (light may still come through around the edges of the blind or through the stitching where the rods are sewn to the fabric)
Control Easy drive mechanism operated by chrome chain control with left or right side operation
Headrail size 4cm high x 4cm deep
Brackets Metal brackets for top fixing or face fixing, or extension brackets for face fixing
Quick release mechanism Blind can be removed easily
Minimum width 35cm
Minimum drop 40cm
Maximum width 250cm
Maximum drop 250cm
Panel matching The panel drop is calculated on the drop of the blind. We cannot guarantee the panels will match across multiple blinds unless the drops are the same, or within 4cm of each other.
Pattern matching We are unable to pattern match the side seams of blinds next to one another. Due to manufacturing limitations, the straightness of the horizontal and vertical pattern is not guaranteed.
Cleaning Dry clean only. Please ensure all rods and cords are removed before cleaning.
Fitting A minimum of 4cm is required to fit roman blinds in a recess. We recommend a 2cm clearance from any window handles/obstructions.
Note As a soft furnishing, the fabric may need to be adjusted/dressed to form pleats, especially for blinds with larger drops.

Stacking height The 'stacking height' is the height of the blind when it is completely pulled up and the fabric is gathered together. The longer the drop, the greater number of fabric panels and therefore the greater the stacking height.

The stacking height should be considered when the blind needs to be clear of the window when it is completely pulled up, e.g. if the window opens inwards. In such situations, use the stacking height to calculate where the top of the blind needs to be positioned.

Blind Drop (cm) Number of Panels Stacking Height (cm)
55 1.5 22
90 2.5 23
125 3.5 24
160 4.5 25
195 5.5 26
230 6.5 27
250 7.5 27

 

Downloads

Measuring Guide for Roman Blinds

Fitting Instructions for Roman Blinds

Product Information

Create an elegant and luxurious feel to your interior with our Linen Collection of roman blinds.

Our Linen Collection of roman blinds are made with a linen mix fabric. The fabric folds neatly to give simple, clear lines. They are fully lined with blackout material to block the light - essential for creating the perfect sleep environment.

Our roman blinds are hand made in the UK in the traditional way and are sewn together, not glued. All our roman blinds are made with steel headrails and high quality components for smooth and reliable operation.

If you require additional fabric to make matching soft furnishings such as cushions, please contact us.

For child safety, all our roman blinds are supplied with a chain safety link and a chain tidy.

Create an elegant and luxurious feel to your interior with our Linen Collection of roman blinds.

Our Linen Collection of roman blinds are made with a linen mix fabric. The fabric folds neatly to give simple, clear lines. They are fully lined with blackout material to block the light - essential for creating the perfect sleep environment.

Our roman blinds are hand made in the UK in the traditional way and are sewn together, not glued. All our roman blinds are made with steel headrails and high quality components for smooth and reliable operation.

If you require additional fabric to make matching soft furnishings such as cushions, please contact us.

For child safety, all our roman blinds are supplied with a chain safety link and a chain tidy.

Specifications

Fabric 80% polyester, 20% linen; attached with velcro making it easy to remove for cleaning
Fabric width 250cm 
Lining Blackout fabric
Shading Block out (light may still come through around the edges of the blind or through the stitching where the rods are sewn to the fabric)
Control Easy drive mechanism operated by chrome chain control with left or right side operation
Headrail size 4cm high x 4cm deep
Brackets Metal brackets for top fixing or face fixing, or extension brackets for face fixing
Quick release mechanism Blind can be removed easily
Minimum width 35cm
Minimum drop 40cm
Maximum width 250cm
Maximum drop 250cm
Panel matching The panel drop is calculated on the drop of the blind. We cannot guarantee the panels will match across multiple blinds unless the drops are the same, or within 4cm of each other.
Pattern matching We are unable to pattern match the side seams of blinds next to one another. Due to manufacturing limitations, the straightness of the horizontal and vertical pattern is not guaranteed.
Cleaning Dry clean only. Please ensure all rods and cords are removed before cleaning.
Fitting A minimum of 4cm is required to fit roman blinds in a recess. We recommend a 2cm clearance from any window handles/obstructions.
Note As a soft furnishing, the fabric may need to be adjusted/dressed to form pleats, especially for blinds with larger drops.

Stacking height The 'stacking height' is the height of the blind when it is completely pulled up and the fabric is gathered together. The longer the drop, the greater number of fabric panels and therefore the greater the stacking height.

The stacking height should be considered when the blind needs to be clear of the window when it is completely pulled up, e.g. if the window opens inwards. In such situations, use the stacking height to calculate where the top of the blind needs to be positioned.

Blind Drop (cm) Number of Panels Stacking Height (cm)
55 1.5 22
90 2.5 23
125 3.5 24
160 4.5 25
195 5.5 26
230 6.5 27
250 7.5 27

 

Downloads

Measuring Guide for Roman Blinds

Fitting Instructions for Roman Blinds

Fabric 80% polyester, 20% linen; attached with velcro making it easy to remove for cleaning
Fabric width 250cm 
Lining Blackout fabric
Shading Block out (light may still come through around the edges of the blind or through the stitching where the rods are sewn to the fabric)
Control Easy drive mechanism operated by chrome chain control with left or right side operation
Headrail size 4cm high x 4cm deep
Brackets Metal brackets for top fixing or face fixing, or extension brackets for face fixing
Quick release mechanism Blind can be removed easily
Minimum width 35cm
Minimum drop 40cm
Maximum width 250cm
Maximum drop 250cm
Panel matching The panel drop is calculated on the drop of the blind. We cannot guarantee the panels will match across multiple blinds unless the drops are the same, or within 4cm of each other.
Pattern matching We are unable to pattern match the side seams of blinds next to one another. Due to manufacturing limitations, the straightness of the horizontal and vertical pattern is not guaranteed.
Cleaning Dry clean only. Please ensure all rods and cords are removed before cleaning.
Fitting A minimum of 4cm is required to fit roman blinds in a recess. We recommend a 2cm clearance from any window handles/obstructions.
Note As a soft furnishing, the fabric may need to be adjusted/dressed to form pleats, especially for blinds with larger drops.

Stacking height The 'stacking height' is the height of the blind when it is completely pulled up and the fabric is gathered together. The longer the drop, the greater number of fabric panels and therefore the greater the stacking height.

The stacking height should be considered when the blind needs to be clear of the window when it is completely pulled up, e.g. if the window opens inwards. In such situations, use the stacking height to calculate where the top of the blind needs to be positioned.

Blind Drop (cm) Number of Panels Stacking Height (cm)
55 1.5 22
90 2.5 23
125 3.5 24
160 4.5 25
195 5.5 26
230 6.5 27
250 7.5 27

 

Downloads

Measuring Guide for Roman Blinds

Fitting Instructions for Roman Blinds

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