40+ Fresh Summer Fabrics for Roman Shades and Draperies

Abigail Sawyer | 07 Jul 2016 | Window Treatments

Who doesn’t love a refresh? We just added 40+ new gorgeous fabrics for Roman Shades and Draperies on Blinds.com, so you have that many more beautiful options to choose from!

This collection refresh includes subtle metallic accents, dimensional textures, high quality jacquards, embroidery and LOTS of prints. It also expands our blue and grey palettes which are trending for interior decor.

Find these new fabrics on Premium Roman Shades, Easy Grommet Drapery, Easy Classic Pleat Drapery, Easy Rod Pocket Drapery.

Blinds.com Classic Roman Shade Fabrics Hexagon

Hexi Natural/Gold – Hexi Cream/Silver – Hexi Platinum

Blinds.com Classic Roman Shade Fabrics Herringbone

Highland Slate – Highland Grain

Blinds.com Classic Roman Shade Fabrics Trellis

Casablanca Sun – Casablanca Taupe – Casablanca Coral

Blinds.com Classic Roman Shade Fabrics Greek Key

Athena Herba – Athena Ash – Athena Oceanus

Blinds.com Classic Roman Shade Fabrics Watercolor Floral

Le Jardin Pink/Green – le Jardin Tan/Grey

Blinds.com Classic Roman Shade Fabrics

Highland Grain – Portland Bonny Blue – Aztec Parchment – Davenport Cornflower

Classic Roman Shade-11

Hexi Natural/Gold – Le Jardin Tan/Grey

Classic Roman Shade-12

Athena Ash – Medan Stone – Hexi Platinum – Highland Slate

Want Help Choosing the Right Fabric for Your Space?

Find these fabrics on Premium Roman Shades, Easy Grommet Drapery, Easy Classic Pleat Drapery, Easy Rod Pocket Drapery. Take a look and be sure to order free samples of your favorites to see them in person.

If you’re still not sure, Blinds.com’s expert designers are ready to help you select a fabric weight, color or texture that’s perfect for your project. Reach them at 800-505-1905.

  • About Author

    Abigail Sawyer is a Senior Social Media Specialist for Blinds.com. She's a home improvement junkie who is currently restoring a 1972 cottage with the help of her husband and goldendoodle, Biscuit. Walking in the footsteps of Martha Stewart, she’s happiest when she’s crafting or whipping up a new recipe; although nothing beats curling up with a good book and some Girl Scout Cookies. Follow her on twitter + instagram at @whatabigailsaw