Which is the best blind for you? This guide is aimed at helping you choose the right blind for your window by giving you the general good and bad points of each blind type. Roller blinds Roman blinds Venetian...
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 Â£20 to Â£200, depending on which level the buyer is looking for.