If you are looking to create a new look in your home then why not try an alternative to curtains and try one of our made to measure Roman blinds.
Here we have the Norfolk fabric which is from our extensive selection of blind fabrics; this heavy weight chenille material is perfect for most windows in your home.
The substantial Norfolk material features a subtle slubbed style surface texture and is available in a wide selection of different colours to choose from.
All Terrysfabrics roman blinds will be made to your measurements, using good quality parts and components. We have selected our range of fabrics with care to ensure that they are the best quality and value available.
All our roman blinds are manufactured to a high standard, and are supplied with solid a metal headrail, and complete with all fixing bracket. Our universal brackets mean you can easily fix our blinds inside or outside a window using the same brackets.
Our roman blinds are all lined, and are supplied with a good quality poly cotton lining as standard. For a small surcharge it is possible to upgrade the lining to one of our premium linings, either a sateen cotton lining in a cream/ecru colour, or a cream blackout lining.
We recommend that you order a free sample of the blind you are interested in before you place an order to make sure that you are completely happy with the fabric/material colour, feel and finish. We ship all of our samples free of charge for your convenience.
At Terrysfabrics we take child safely very seriously, and all our blinds come with a child safe device to help prevent injury. Please see instructions that will be supplied with your blind for full instructions on how to fit the safety device supplied.
Please see the fitting information tab for full details of how to fit our Roman Blinds.
The side that the lift control is situated will be determined by your selections on placing your order – to make sure that your choices are suited to your requirements please click the help options by each selection box.
All roman blinds over 130cm will contain a join, as most fabrics are approximately 137cm wide.
If the blind requires a join, then each blind will have a centralised panel of full width fabric, with 2 small panels either side. They are joined in this way to balance the blind, and to avoid the join being in the centre of the blind.
If you require any further information on whether your required blind will be joined, then please contact our customer service team before placing your order.
All Roman blinds are manufactured with a tolerance of +/-5mm.
Where you specify a recess size for your blind, we will deduct a small amount to ensure that your blind will clear your window.
All our blinds come complete with a child safe device, that if fitted and used correctly will greatly diminish the possibility of child injury. Below are details of the types of device we include in each blind type.
It is our opinion that the better of the options below, is to choose the deluxe headrail, as this uses a chain to operate the blind, which can be more readily made safe using the device supplied.
Cord Lock headrail
With this device you will be provided with a cleat to allow the cords to be wrapped around it to prevent them hanging down. Please ensure that you fit your cleat and use it each time the blind is raised or lowered.
Deluxe Sidewinder Headrail
For this headrail type you will be supplied with a retaining device, which should be fitted to keep the chain taught, to prevent children from getting tangled up on the chain. The advantage of this type of arrangement is that you do not have to remove the safety device to operate the blind and therefore provided the retaining device is properly fitted, there should be no instance of the chain hanging free
Please contact our customer service department if you have any queries regarding the fitment of your safety device, and we will be happy to assist.
All our made to measure Roman blinds should be dry cleaned only.
This Roman Blind will take 10-14 working days to manufacture and then will be dispatched to you on a signed for courier service.
Please be aware that that weekends and bank holidays are not classed as working days, and therefore an allowance should be made for this.
All Roman blinds come complete with all the fixings to allow you to easily fix your blind.
Please click below to view or print our fitting guides for Roman Blinds:-
Fitting your Roman Blind
When fitting your blind, you will need to use the appropriate fixing depending on what type of surface you are fixing your blind to.
Here are some ideas as to what might work for you
For fixing directly into a wooden window, wood screws are likely to be the best option. We would recommend wood screws of at least 25mm, or longer if your frame allows, to ensure a secure fixing.
Some customers do decide to fit Roman blinds using wood screws or similar to uPVC windows. We would not recommend you do this, as it can invalidate any warranty you may have with your window supplier. We would recommend that you fix the blind to the wall above the window, using appropriate fixings for your wall type.
Fixing to a Wall
When fixing a Roman blind to a wall, you will need to use either Raw Plugs or Hollow wall fixings.
Please bear in mind, that when you raise and lower your blind, you will exert more force on that side of the blind, so make sure the fixings are strong on that side.
Please feel free to call our customer service team who will be more than happy to help if you feel you need any more help fitting your blind. If they are struggle, we can liaise with our in-store fitting team to help resolve your query.
Headrail Options & Wide Roman Blinds
The standard Roman Blind headrail supplied is a side pull headrail with integral cord lock. A cleat tidy and all child safety devices are supplied with each blind.
You may also upgrade to our deluxe headrail option, that has a chain side winder. We strongly recommend this option for blinds over 1.5m wide, as once blinds get over 1.5m wide, they can become heavy to raise and lower. The geared mechanism in the sidewinder headrail make raising and lowering the blind much easier.
It is fine to use the standard headrail option for larger blinds, but we only recommend this if the blinds are decorative only and will not frequently be raised and lowered.
Using Roman Blinds
Here are a couple of suggestions to think about when using roman blinds at a window.
If your window that gets a lot of sun, then fading can be a problem. This is because when the blind is raised, the bottom of each fold can fade in a line. Therefore it can be that when you lower the blind, you can get faded stripes across the Roman Blind.
Choosing a 100% synthetic fibre material will greatly reduce this, as synthetic fabrics do not fade in the same way the natural fabrics do. However it may not possible to completely eliminate this problem, so please call our customer service team if you have any queries.