I was taking photos of my coffee bag centerpieces yesterday and snapped a few of my roman shades. I like very simple, clean designs on my windows. When we remodeled about 5 years ago, we went from eggshell white on all the walls to wonderful colors. We also have an open floor plan, so this area of the kitchen is actually a pass-through from our piano room to our family room. One room has pale yellow walls, this room has spice and the piano room has chocolate. I found this home dec fabric at Joann’s and I think it’s still available. I have accents of black throughout the home and I love how black makes things pop. I started with a kit like this:
At first, I was really bothered by the pinholes left by the horizontal stitching. But I love how the shades can be pulled up for light and still leave some color. (They can be raised all the way up, but I like them just a bit above half.)
Or they can be dropped down for privacy and insulation. They have a very tailored, clean look.
I still admire them from the family room.
They have traditional drapery lining on the back and a simple cord that we pull and wrap on the side. Don’t hesitate to give them a try.
Jane – they look great!
Nicely done! And I love the color and stripe. Not to mention I really dig roman shades. 🙂
Those shades are gorgeous Jane! And I love your color scheme.
They look so great. I Really need to get my act together and paint my house!
These are so pretty! I like simple window coverings, too. Love the spice color on your walls! So warm and cozy!