50+ New Roman Shade Fabrics Your Windows Have Been Waiting For

Abigail Sawyer | 01 Aug 2018 | Roman Shades

Summer is here, so what better time to refresh your window look with some fun printed Roman Shades?

Roman Shades are fabric window shades that gently fold as you raise them. Because they’re made with fabric, you have nearly endless options for color matching and coordinating with existing décor.

Check out the 50+ fresh new fabrics we just released for theBlinds.com Premium Roman Shades. We’ve got gorgeous stripes, high-end prints, and even eye-catching metallics.

New Roman Shade Fabrics Your Windows Will Love

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Posted by Blinds.com on Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Classic Stripes

These charming stripes have slightly variegated colors which make them easy to decorate with and a great fit for practically any space.

From top: Covington Wheat, Covington Silver, Covington Indigo.

Hand-Drawn Graphic Prints

This imperfect dotty stripe gives you a classic look with a touch of whimsy.

From top: Seaglass, Darien Lake, Darien Twine, Darien Midnight.

Give your windows bold style with this organic abstract print.

Detailed Prints

An embroidered lattice pattern brings elevated style and a traditional feel that’s perfect for dining rooms and living rooms.

From top: Lattice Mint, Lattice Sunsplash, Lattice Driftwood

Go bold with this large-scale watercolor floral print, available in three approachable color palettes.

From left: Le Jardin Pink-Green, Le Jardin Tan-Grey, Flyaway Sapphire

A wide range of neutral prints will give your windows a bit of visual interest, but are subtle enough to look great even as your décor evolves and changes.

From top: Viburnum Cloudy, Shibori Pacific, Valdosta Iron, Gali Boulder, Shibori Gravel

Give your space elegant detail with these intricate prints from the Valdosta Collection. Pull out a few of the colors from the pattern to use for other accessories and your room will tie together perfectly.

From left: Valdosta Onyx, Valdosta Iron.

If warm hues speak to you, choose from one of these classic patterns or a cheerful stripe.

From top: Chelsea Persimmon, Olso Stripe Multi, Valdosta Onyx.

Shibori prints with a casual hand-dyed look are trending now, and won’t go out of style any time soon. Choose from a subtle neutral or go bold with a pop of blue.

From top: Shibori Pacific, Shibori Lava, Shibori Gravel

Eye-Catching Metallics

Want your windows to stand out from the crowd? Try this softly luminous fabric with a metallic lattice print woven in.

From top: Serrano Lotus, Serrano Skylark, Serrano Flagstone.

Choose from gold, silver or gunmetal for your metallic accent.

Serrano Flagstone

This subtler fabric has a soft sheen and with organic curved shapes that protrude out for a rich, textured look.

From top: Allegro Spa, Allegro Cream, Allegro Stoneybrook.

Photos can’t do this fabric justice. Luxe mixed metal fibers are woven into this rich fabric for an organic hand-painted effect.

From top: Madeline Gold, Madeline Silver

Want your windows to glow as sun streams in? These sheer woven fabrics are available in gold, silver and steel to give you a casual linen look with a little extra shine.

From left: Sparkle Rose, Sparkle Glacier, Sparkle Mica.

Want to Start Your Window Makeover?

Shop Premium Roman Shades available only at Blinds.com. Be sure to order free fabric samples to feel the fabric quality and match colors in person.

Want help making the right choice for your home? Blinds.com designers are ready to help!

  • About Author

    Abigail Sawyer is the Manager of Social Media Marketing 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