Our Top 3 Room Picks for Hunter Douglas Roman Shades
One of our most popular styles of shade is the Roman shade. Roman shades have layers of fabric that stack evenly when open, creating dimension and depth. Hunter Douglas Roman shades are a great alternative to drapes because you get the beauty of drapery fabric and the functionality of a shade. Roman shades also look lovely when paired with drapes. Hunter Douglas Roman shades are available in a wide variety of colors, fabrics, and materials, with options to suit any room in your home.
Roman shades are an especially good choice for areas of your home where you want a texture or pattern, but a traditional drape is not appropriate. Here are three places in a home where we think a Roman shade is a great choice.
Bathrooms – Long drapery panels often don’t make sense in a bathroom. Roman shades are a great way to bring in color and texture without having long panels hang down. In some cases, we can even create a matching shower curtain to pair with your Roman shade.
Kitchens – You don’t want long drapery panels hanging down into your sink! Roman shades are perfect over a sink or counter top. They allow you to limit light and give just the right touch of style. This white Roman shade over the kitchen sink helps keep this space looking clean and fresh.
Hallways and Single Windows – Drapes may be overwhelming in a hallway or covering a single window. This is another spot where a Hunter Douglas Roman shade can add beauty and meet your privacy needs. We love the look of a Roman shade over a cozy window seat.
Is there a spot in your home that is perfect for a Roman shade? Come visit us at our Carmel store! We have full-sized models of our various Hunter Douglas Roman shades, and a wide variety of textures to choose from – everything from fabric to wood. We can help you find the right Roman shade, and help you tackle any other tricky spots. We have beautiful and efficient solutions for every window in your home. Find more inspiration for Roman shades and other great looks on our Shades Pinterest board!