How to measure: Roman Blinds

Roman blinds are perfect for tricky window placements or combined with long curtain lengths to take your curtain hanging to the next level.

EXPLOIT THE WINDOW LINING
We recommend letting the roman blind fall on the outside of the window, as close to the edges of the window lining as possible. Then measure the width of your window, at the outer edge of the window lining, and the height from the upper edge of the window lining down to the window sill.

INTERIOR TIPS - ADJUST THE LENGTH
A tip to choose a lift curtain that does not go all the way down to the window sill, then you avoid too much fabric when the curtain is lifted up. In the picture you see the roman blind on the right fully extended (then 130cm), and on the left parked in the desired position.

INTERIOR TIPS - ADJUST THE LOCATION
How high should the roman blind be? The roman blind can be attached to a wall or ceiling with the help of the included brackets. Here, the roman blind is placed 15cm above the upper edge of the window lining to give the feeling of larger windows, the same as for curtains, think high!

Common questions about roman blinds

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