Speed, Drive & Power
This unique design takes its influence from the biker movement. To bring the spirit of power, adrenaline rush and romance to your home we drew on the defining feature of biker’s armour – the famous leather jacket with studs. Even if you don’t own a motorcycle and the call for the road isn’t quite for you, you might still occasionally crave the thrill of the open highway, if only metaphorically. This is where the Rider design with studs, asymmetric slits and overlaps comes in.
The fabric has an industrial two-tone concrete texture effect, inspired by the gritty urban landscape of a sprawling city. Cracked structures and broken bricks are commonly incorporated in contemporary interior spaces, so it is a perfect addition with 28 colourways to match any decor scheme.
Warm in winter, cool in summer.
This blind blocks out sunlight, it helps keep your room cool as well as dark. The blackout coating also adds an extra layer of insulation, giving the blind thermal, sound insulation and energy-saving properties that aren’t found in non-blackout blinds. It protects against heat loss and heat gain, regulating your room temperature so you’re kept warm in winter and cool in summer. It also has a Stain resistant feature that enables you to use these blinds even in the kitchen! The easiest way to keep your Roman blind clean and dust free is by using a vacuum.
We also make custom sizes with different fabrics and tassels, please get in touch for a quote. For custom orders, the Estimated Dispatch is 2-6 weeks.
Roman Blind Details:
Ready Made size: W135cm x D130cm (size tolerance +/- 1.5cm)
Headrail: Durable White Headrail with Top or Face Fix
Brackets Control type: Smooth Chain Operation
Blind Style: Blackout, Thermal, Stain Resistant (face fabric)
Material: 100% Polyester/Acrylic back coating
Pattern – Textured
The easiest way to keep your Roman blind clean and dust free is to use a vacuum cleaner with a specialist upholstery attachment. Open your blind fully and, using the upholstery attachment, carefully brush the fabric in a downward motion until you have vacuumed the whole of the blind surface. Pay special attention to the bottom and side edges of the blind. These attract the most dust as they are in regular contact with your window sill and frame.