Custom roman shades are a classic way to add window coverings to any room!

 

We have been making custom window treatments for Southern California for over 60 years.

Ordering custom shades is a process our design professionals will walk you through.

From picking fabrics, to design options, to discussing your privacy needs.

 

We can handle it!

 

There are so many styles of roman shades. In fact so many that a client can easily become overwhelmed.

 

 

A flat roman is great for a large printed fabric.

A hobbled shade shows the softness of an otherwise harsh fabric like canvas.

 

A relaxed roman showcases the luxurious nature of an all-natural fabric the best.

 

An inverted pleat on a roman is a great way to give structure and sophistication to a room.

 

For a whimsical twist on relaxed softness try a dog eared roman!

 

 

 

 

 

Custom Roman Shades   

Flat Roman - Outside
Flat Roman - Outside
Flat Roman - Inside
Flat Roman - Inside
Hobbled Roman - Outside
Hobbled Roman - Outside
Hobbled Roman - Inside
Hobbled Roman - Inside
Relaxed Roman - Outside
Relaxed Roman - Outside
Relaxed Roman - Inside
Relaxed Roman - Inside
Inverted Pleat Roman - Outside
Inverted Pleat Roman - Outside
Inverted Pleat Roman - Inside
Inverted Pleat Roman - Inside
Dog Eared Roman - Outside
Dog Eared Roman - Outside
Dog Eared Roman - Inside
Dog Eared Roman - Inside
Flat Roman
Flat Roman
Flat Roman
Flat Roman
Hobbled Roman
Hobbled Roman
Hobbled Roman
Hobbled Roman
Relaxed Roman
Relaxed Roman
Relaxed Roman
Relaxed Roman
Inverted Pleat Roman
Inverted Pleat Roman
Inverted Pleat Roman
Inverted Pleat Roman
Dog Eared Roman
Dog Eared Roman
Dog Eared Roman
Dog Eared Roman

Mounting a shade is something most clients don’t think about until asked.  It's best to have a great understanding of how this affects the look and effectiveness of a shade.

 

Do you have enough space in the window to mount the shade?

 

Do you need the shade to provide a room darkening effect?

 

Do you have an impediment in your window sill?

 

These are things to consider when designing a shade.