The fabrics used for the Roman blinds came in a variety of patterns and textures. The cloth was light to medium-heavy and was attached to an aluminum headrail and folded over stiff bars and metal supports to hold the material together to create a hobbling look and drop style.
The white material base ensured that the colors and patterns of the fabric did not fade in the sunlight and the blinds also gave the house a touch of the Orient. Bamboo tubes were used in Roman roller blinds to make use of the natural cooling properties of this material. Another popular material for the blinds was a translucent fabric, chosen from a range of curtains and textiles to combine and enhance home accessories.
The popular designs and textures were typically Japanese, Sumatran, Chinese, and so on, but the manufacturing process was aimed at maintaining the original bamboo feel. The bamboo was dried to obtain a tortoiseshell pattern that was both beautiful to look at and valuable.
The blinds opened slightly and were decorated with matching tassels of wood, which can be sewn by hand or sewn on with the machine. Most Roman blinds were made by measuring the length of the blinds and the width of their sides, as well as their width and height.
They were equipped with all necessary accessories, such as lamps, lampshades, candles,s and candle holders as well as other necessary objects.
Blinds for those who love art and decorate every corner of their house and blind kits are also available online. The measurement of the blind is something the customer has to do with his specialist, but it can also measure himself. The dimensions are determined by the size of the niche in which the Roman blinds are to be hung on the inside of this niche.
A zero size indicates that a Venetian blind has been installed in these niches and the manufacturer can make the necessary adjustments to achieve the perfect fit during the manufacturing process of a Roman or Venetian Venetian blind.
If it is decided that more than one blind should be installed in a window, the size of the blind object should not be specified. If the window is not straight, if it opens inwards or if the gap is less than 7.5 cm deep and width and height do not vary by more than 2 cm, then no Roman or Venetian Venetian blinds have been installed inside. The manufacturer knows the aperture size before installing the Roman blinds in these niches.
When measuring the gap size, the width and drop should be measured, bearing in mind that the protrusion of the Do rails affects the height and width as well as the angle between the blinds in the recesses. Even small changes in width should in some cases take into account the difference in height between a Roman and a Venetian Venetian blind in a narrow gap. The size and recess of a blind person are measured with a metal band, which indicates the dimensions in centimeters and millimeters.
The width and drop size should be given in millimeters per blind size, and when the blinds are mounted on the outside, the length and width of each blind should extend 10 cm on each side of the window frame.
The packaging of a Roman Venetian blind contains a lined fabric, a strip of wood or plastic begging with strips of wood or plastic, and a nylon string, cleats, or velcro that is sufficient for the width of the Venetian blind. The blinds can be fixed to the window by first fixing the wooden slats at a selected position in the windows. If they are hung on the outside niche, the slats are attached to a window frame and if the blinds are to hang out of the niche, they must first be attached to it. They can also be attached to windows by attaching themselves to window frames, as long as there are no gaps between them.
Roman blinds are expensive and the production of a single-blind requires a combination of skillful technique and fabric design. Each blind for one person must be visited at the drawing board, and each window treatment costs between AED 500 and AED 1000 per blind, plus the cost of the window frame and other materials.
For this reason, Roman blinds can be more expensive than other types of window treatments, such as stained glass. Manufacturers, therefore, feel obliged to create an efficient production environment for the production of blinds for large orders.