The more I love my roman shade in my bathroom, the more I keep loving roman shades in general. There are so many different ways to use a roman shade, and so many ways to style and shape them. There is something so easy about shades, simple pull of a string and you can open and close out the sun. Not only are they beautiful, but they are a functional and economical alternatives to drapes.
I rounded up some gorgeous romans that will surely have you rethinking a large budget on curtains and heading towards the shade. Maybe with that extra dinero in your pocket you can buy some pretty roman made shoes instead
A beautiful contrast of white roman shades with detailing against a black lacquered wall. Miles Redd via Elle Decor
Beautiful relaxed European romans in a room full of contrast and edge. via Elle Decor
Another fun play of black and white in a chic little kitchen via Pinterest.
Translucent blue roman shades with dark shades of piping in this all blue library. Via AD
All shades of black with the perfect amount of key detailing. Via Domino
A relaxed roman door shade. I love the four stripes of piping. Via Pinterest
These have always been something to look at- malachite inspired roman shades provide all the color that is necessary. Via Elle Decor
I love the simple and romantic elegance of these soft white roman shades in this room designed and occupied by Michael S. Smith Via AD
A row of romans can also be a very effective focal point. Clean and classic.
You can’t help but let the walls and brass detailing be the main takeaway, yet the romans provide the perfect neutral tie-in. Nancy Bozhardt via Veranda
Another fun route to take is romans with panels. A great incorporation of pattern and layered fabric. Adrian Sasson Via AD
Wood washed blue provides a vibrant background for this navy and white roman shade by Thom Filicia via Elle Decor.
A masculine geometric pattern fitting for a boy’s room in the home of Neil Patrick Harris via AD.
A soft and muted blue/gray shade with delicate applique via Elle Decor.