Roman Blinds that fold into pleats when raised

12th February 2014
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Roman Blinds are a soft attractive fabric that fold into pleats when raised. Particularly well suited for bedrooms, dining room and lounge, choose from various styles and colours to suit your taste.

Country Curtains make Roman Blinds to order using the very best quality fabrics and fittings available.

Roman Blind Styles

  • Islander blinds combine a fabric texture with the natural tone and warmth of cedar timber battens, either light, medium or dark to match other timbers in your room.
  • Orion blinds offer intermediate battens or sewn pockets.
  • Dampier style blinds do not have any battens or sewn pockets.

Fabric Choices and Colours

  • Plain and clean.
  • Textures.
  • Jacquards.
  • Prints and Patterns.
  • Full light blockout for complete privacy.

Choose different fabrics for different rooms according to the look, light level and privacy you wish to achieve.


Operating options include the traditional pull cord system that is tied off onto a cleat, or a pull chain.

You may prefer the cord lock system that engages when the Roman Blind has been fully raised.

Motorised Systems

Roman blinds can also be installed with a motorised system, with the option of remote control.

Motorised Curtain and Blind Systems

It is also possible to raise and lower your blinds with a wall switch, light sensor, timer, sun sensor, wind sensor or home management system.


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