70 New Printed Roman Shade Fabrics for Rooms that Need Some Color

Abigail Sawyer | 20 Mar 2017 | Roman Shades

What better way to celebrate the start of spring than with 70 new colorful fabrics! Blinds.com Premier Roman Shades are now available with a completely reimagined fabric collection that includes trending solids, classic prints and statement-making materials like chenille.

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All of these fabrics are high quality, durable and stylish. Be sure to order a free fabric sample pack to feel the quality of these heavy-weight fabrics for yourself. You can build your own sample pack, or stick with our favorites.

Rich Reds

Carnival Ruby – A mixture of soft chenille and rustic flax in a graphic pattern will make your windows the statement piece of your room. Also available in Slate.

Pebbles Russet – This subtle dot pattern in a weighty chenille has an antelope-like look. Also available in grey.

Santa Fe Vermilion – Give windows offbeat southwest flair with this traditional aztec pattern. Also available in grey.

Villa Garnet – Add drama with perfectly imperfect raw silk. Available in 10 colors.

Taos Ruby/Tan – This matte silky fabric has a variegated pattern that looks like a large scale textural weave. Also available in Blue/Green and Ivory/Charcoal.

Aspen Cinnabar – More sumptuous, heavy-weight chenille. This time with a natural leafy pattern. Also available in Taupe, Dark Brown and Verano.

Brilliant Blues

Hartford Blue Basket – Give windows a dressed-down farmhouse or french country feel with this classic linen plaid.

Kolkata Navy – A classic damask with handmade imperfections will give windows an upscale global feel. Also available in Stone.

Taos Blue/Green – This matte silky fabric has a variegated pattern that looks like a large scale textural weave. Also available in Ruby/Tan and Ivory/Charcoal.

Coralles Navy – This medium-scale Ikat print will add a well-traveled feel to any space.

Portland Emerald – This turquoise linen drapes beautifully and will give windows a casual feel along with a pop of color.

Interlace Navy – Your room will get an upscale nautical feel with these ombre “links” cascading down the shade. See photo below.

Shade pictured in Interlace Navy

Summer Breeze Turquoise/Blue – Give your windows a serious dose of cheer with this 70s-inspired large scale floral.

Villa Marine – Perfectly imperfect raw silk is perfect for a put-together look that doesn’t take itself too seriously.

Colchester Navy – This large-scale print has a casual faded effect that will keep it from overpowering your room.

Malaga Beige/Navy – A classic trellis print in rich, raised chenille will give your room preppy polish.

Milano Dusty Blue – What’s more romantic that soft periwinkle and delicate embroidery?

Crestino Mushroom-Drake – A heavy-weight navy and cream linen will drape beautifully and give windows a coastal feel.

Vibrant Greens

Pantone Greenery is the color of the season. If you want to bring this fresh, vibrant hue to your windows, we have lots of fun patterns for you.

Biltmore Verdant – A classic damask with bold avocado is the perfect mix or old and new.

Aspen Verano – Bring windows to life with this natural leaf pattern in fresh green.

Summer Breeze – Give your windows a serious dose of cheer with this 70s-inspired large scale floral in teal and bright green.

Twirl Kiwi – This pattern gets a 3D effect with high-pile chenille for the green flowers.

Calming Purples

Linen Opaque Orchid – A soft lavender in classic woven material is perfect for a girl’s bedroom.

Norwich Violet – Purple paisley in a high quality jacquard fabric would add some cheer to a fun laundry room.

Versatile Neutrals

Taos Ivory/Charcoal – This matte silky fabric has a variegated pattern that looks like a large scale textural weave. Also available in Blue/Green and Ivory/Charcoal. See photo below.

Interlace Tan – Your room will get an upscale nautical feel with these ombre “links” cascading down the shade. Also available in Navy.

Splash Cafe – Rich velvet has a subtle white on cream branch splatter pattern that will give your space a botanical feel.

Biltmore Iron – A classic damask pattern look stately in tone-on-tone grey. Also available in Verdant.

Avena Stone – This miniature scale-like pattern is perfect for small windows that need a little visual interest. Also available in Barley.

Carnival Slate – A mixture of soft chenille and rustic flax in a graphic pattern will make your windows the statement piece of your room. Also available in Ruby.

Shade Pictured in Taos Ivory/Charcoal

Diamonte Hickory – This geometric cube pattern gets even more dimension with raised chenille embroidery. Also available in Charcoal and Cinnamon.

Milano Iron – A romantic damask pattern goes to the next level with delicate embroidery. Also available in Dusty Blue and Vittoria Barley. See photo below of Vittoria Barley.

Triplet Platinum – Play off of other geometric elements in your decor with this geometric triangle pattern.

Callaway Dove – Organic aplique fabric “bubbles” add texture to a neutral fabric. Also available in Ivory.

Aspen Dark Brown – A heavy-weight chenille with a natural leafy pattern will bring the outdoors in. Also available in Taupe, Dark Brown and Verano.

Warwick Cornerstone – This feminine raised damask looks upscale because of its high quality woven-in jacquard pattern.

Shade Pictured in Vittoria Barley.

Want to Start Your Window Makeover?

Shop Premier Roman Shades available only at Blinds.com, and be sure to order our free fabric sample pack. You can build your own or stick with our favorites to see feel these fabrics in person.

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  • 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