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Ikea iris roman blind

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new in the packaging L 170cm W 80cm grab a bargain.
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About IKEA Roman Blind

Decorating a window can be a complex process, simply by virtue of how many options there are! Ikea Roman blinds are popular with many people.

One of the reasons they work is that they provide a luxurious and inviting air in almost any space. In the bedroom, they provide a combination of both sophistication and lavishness. They combine this sense of warmth and comfort with genuine practicality, too: they're thick enough to easily block out draughts, and yet can easily be pulled up and secured to allow breezes through in the summer.

In the lounge, meanwhile, they're becoming a genuine alternative to classic curtains. Their design means that they can combine the same effect as a curtain, but with a versatility that curtains don't, in being able to be completely pulled up. They're essentially able to help lend a lot of brightness to a room.

As with any form of interior design product, roman blinds can certainly be purchased second hand for those looking to save money. It's obviously important to check a few things when taking this approach. Firstly, that the blinds are in good condition with no panels suffering from dis-repair, and also that no modifications have been made to the original size. The only exception would be if the blinds had been constructed for a specific, unorthodox sized window and the purchaser required ones of exactly that size.

In terms of budget, roman blinds really can be found at costs ranging from £20 to £200, depending on which level the buyer is looking for.