Top 7 Colours For My Roman Blinds

Top 7 Colours For My Roman Blinds

Choosing the right colour for your Roman blinds is an important part of your interior design project. The colour of your window covering can make or break the ambience of your space. The right colour choice will tie your look together. 

Here are our top 7 colour choices for Roman blinds this season.


Get The Blues

Blue is a colour that reappears season after season. Blue is renowned for its relaxing effect and is available in a range of tones. From the palest sky blue to a deep navy, you can use blue to create a beautiful decor. Blue is a perfect choice for a bathroom with a nautical theme.

Madagascar Linen Weave

Gorgeous Greens

Green is associated with vitality, freshness, growth, wealth and health. What a wonderful colour for your Roman blinds. The huge spectrum of greens has something for every taste. Green is a wonderful colour to add some outdoor freshness to a space. Go a step further and choose a leaf or floral pattern.

Glorious Gold

Gold is a beautiful colour. Bright yet warm, it can add an opulence to any room. Pair with other warm tones for a cosy look.

Shades of Grey

Who doesn’t love grey? Simplicity at its best. Grey is the most versatile colour out there. You can go for an almost black charcoal right the way through to a barely there pale grey. Grey can update a classic tartan to fit with a modern cottage style.

Louise Scottish Inspired Tartan Design

Pretty in Pink

Possibly the prettiest colour, there is always a place for pink. If romance and shabby chic is your style, a smattering of blush pink is a gorgeous choice. 

Bold and Bright 

Okay so this isn’t one colour, more a colour type. Bold and bright Roman blinds look fabulous. They add a pop of colour to a plain space. They are a fun way to add some colour into your home office, or a kids room.

Great Geometry 

Geometric patterns are a contemporary look. Their repetitive pattern and contrasting colours are clean, vibrant and chic. Geometric patterns are a great choice for your Roman blinds.

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