Roman blind styles
The style of the Roman Blind refers to how the blind will stack when pulled up.
Roman blinds stack neatly above the top of the window for a sleek contemporary finish. Available in two styles, backspaced where the pleats fold neatly behind the front pleat, and layered where the bottom of each pleat is visible creating a waterfall effect. The headrails can be either manually operated with a cord & cleat or with a chain control mechanism (similar to that of a roller blind) enabling a smooth and tidy operation.