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December Roman Blind Offer


Quick! Ends December 21st

Purple roman blind with contrasting grey border, in Narlay from Pret A Vivre, showing current roman blind special offer

We are offering blackout roman blinds in some of our most well-loved fabrics at up to 20% off!

That means that for a roman blind which is machine stitched with blackout lining and operated by cords,
prices start at just £195 for a blind up to approximately 125cm wide x 200 cm drop.
Applicable to selected colours in a range of fabrics including:

Anais whose blended yarns of different colours give it a real mid-century feel.

Ringset of swatches of Anais fabric by Pret A Vivre

Roomshot of nursery in pale blues, whites with Anais roman blackout blind Roman blind in Anais with contrasting bottom border in yellow

The elegant 100% linen Bruges with it’s fluid drape.

Cascading interlined linen roman blinds with dark grey, sand and white shades

This interlined and handstabbed cascading roman blind has double side borders. Note the dimple created by the handstabbing, this is where the face fabric is stitched to the velcro which attaches the blind to the headrail. The offer is for machine stitched blinds which will have a line of stitching at this level. The blinds on offer are operated by cords. Handstabbing and chain operation are available at additional cost.

Linen Chintz, a favourite amongst interior designers for it’s classic tailored look.

A bright yellow roman blind at a sash window, by Pret A Vivre

This neat and crisp Linen Chintz non-cascading roman blind in Citrus brightens up this office space.

Lugano, our 100% cotton with in a fantastic range of neutrals and colours,
it makes a smart look suitable for any room.

Off white roman blind with black central stripe, hanging in bathroom, by Pret A Vivre

The vertical central stripe of this cascading roman blind works harmoniously with the monochromatic scheme of this modern bathroom.

Luxor blending linen and viscose for a relaxed look.

London SW10 - For the Master Bedroom, made to measure Roman blinds

An elegant Master Bedroom in tonal shades of grey is taken to the next level with these Luxor roman blinds with contrasting side borders.

Mirandela, a great versatile cotton/linen blend in a wide range of colours.

Close-up showing detailing in our bespoke roman blinds for sw7

The soft and subtle sheen of Mirandela works beautifully with the delicate shades of this cascading roman blind. The hint of colour adds definition and interest.

More fabrics are available, drop into one of our showrooms to see them all.

Our showrooms will close December 21 2018 for the holidays. Blinds to be installed or collected from January 2019.



Linen has been widely recognised as a luxurious fabric for centuries. It regulates heat and humidity making it highly breathable and adaptable to changes in different conditions. Our Bruges 100% linen is a stunning example of the natural sheen, deep colours and fluid drape inherent in the highest quality linen. Used unlined it is natural with understated elegance. Use lined for a restful night’s sleep or protect from drafts. Combine with interlining to give Bruges a plush volume while keeping it tailored, essential  for those who are particular about how their curtain will finish on the floor. Indeed, linen’s natural ability to cope with variations in temperature and humidity cause it to expand and contract accordingly. This can lead to temporary changes in curtain drop, or length, which can be minimised by using a stabilising layer such as interlining. Available in over 30 colours.

Like this fabric? Speak to a member of our design team today!


If the cold weather has you reaching for your jumper consider having your new curtains with blackout lining. The extra insulation and protection from drafts could help you lower your heating bill.

Thermal lining is essentially a fabric lining which is coated, or ‘passed’, once with a single layer of protection. This layer is intended to block the air from passing through the weave of the fabric: if the cold air can’t come through, you’ll stay warmer!

Our blackout lining is British made triple pass lining. Rather than just the single coating there are three layers of protection ensuring there are no gaps for air to pass through. The result is a high performance layer of thermal insulation. We find that it offers a better – a more cost effective – solution than using interlining.