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Insulated Roman Shades

Insulated Roman Shades

Insulated Roman shades are energy efficient window treatments that keep a room warm in the winter and the heat out in the summer. These panels can be stylish and elegant and can decorate any room in the house. They are available in a variety of colors and styles through a number of retailers. View this collection of quality insulated shades for discounted prices from BlindsGalore.

Standard

Traditional fabric shades with acrylic foam back are extremely popular among homeowners. These insulated Roman shades are most often produced in neutral colors such as white, beige, or brown, but other hues like light green, blue, and pink are obtainable.

Velcro is used to attach these flat or hobbled window treatments to a metal headrail, which you may cover with a matching valance, scarf, or swag. You can ask a retailer for sample swatches so that you can match your different window decor before making a purchase.

Variety

Sizeable selections of these window shades are available in a number of colors and patterns as well as a variety of styles. You can choose from panels that are woven, flat, light-filtering, or completely opaque.

The Sorrento Collection

The Sorrento style Roman panels from Comfortex® are horizontally placed over a cellular honeycomb liner, which not only insulates but assists in creating neatly stacked layers when raised. Some of the color choices for this shade include dark browns, deep reds, creams, whites, pale greens, yellows, and lavender. Standard widths for items in this collection are between 14 and 96 inches with lengths of 20 to 108 inches and can be found online at discounted prices.

Light Filtering Shades

Light filtering shades are typically made with a heavier fabric to block out a greater portion of the sun’s rays. They offer more UV protection than standard shades as well as insulation. Color choices for these window treatments are limited to light, neutral colors but are customizable.

Blackout Shades

Insulated Roman shades, which block out all the light, are made from a number of fabrics, including Torino Marble, which gives an uncommon marbleized look to the panels. The specialty fabric comes in a handful of colors and can be as small as an 18 by 20 or as big as an 86 by 88.

The basic features, such as cellular liners, mounting options, and the option of cord placement are the same for all of the fancier Roman shades. Learn more about blackout roman shades and blackout curtains.

Bare Basics

Sometimes simple can be better, especially if you want to make a bold statement or emphasize a surrounding window treatment. basic insulated Roman shades icon are made of a cotton and polyester blend and is obtainable in a number of colors. Popular sizes vary from 27 to 72 inches in width, with the larger sizes consisting of strong pull chains for added support, and have a standard length of 72 inches.

Bamboo

In addition to the popular fabric window shades there are still common bamboo insulated Roman shades that can be made with or without a cotton and polyester blend border but always has a foam or acrylic backing. The borders are usually not wider than two inches and come in very earthy colors that complement the bamboo, such as wheat or sage. Easy to install, the imported bamboo window treatments have widths ranging from 27 to 40 inches and a standard length of 63 inches.

Insulated Roman shades are functional and fashionable and come with several options to meet your needs. You can take your own measurements and order online or visit a local store where professionals do all the work and provide onsite fabric and color swatches. Be sure to shop around for discounts, warranties, and free shipping opportunities. You may consider also thermal curtains as alternative to these window treatments.

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