Bud Roman Blind Terracotta
Introduce cool stylish blue to any room of your home with Bud fabric, this classic fabric features a small intricate leaf design in a selection of blue tones along with a warming cream background. This heavy weight material is ideal for creating sumptuous blinds which would look stunning in any room of your home. The Bud roman blind material is also available in a range of other colours including terracotta and berry. If you need to know more about roman blinds, we have a buying guide to help. These are quite extensive, including topics on how to use our site to place a roman blind order, how to accessorise and dress a window with a roman blind, plus design advice and installation tips. To view more information see the Buying Guides tab.Product Code: GJ/M2MROM/BUD/TERRACOTTA
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The side that the lift control is situated will be determined by your selections on placing your order – to make sure that your choices are suited to your requirements please click the help options by each selection box.
All roman blinds over 130cm will contain a join, as most fabrics are approximately 137cm wide.
If the blind requires a join, then each blind will have a centralised panel of full width fabric, with 2 small panels either side. They are joined in this way to balance the blind, and to avoid the join being in the centre of the blind.
If you require any further information on whether your required blind will be joined, then please contact our customer service team before placing your order.
All Roman blinds are manufactured with a tolerance of +/-5mm.
Where you specify a recess size for your blind, we will deduct a small amount to ensure that your blind will clear your window.
All our blinds come complete with a child safe device, that if fitted and used correctly will greatly diminish the possibility of child injury. Below are details of the types of device we include in each blind type.
It is our opinion that the better of the options below, is to choose the deluxe headrail, as this uses a chain to operate the blind, which can be more readily made safe using the device supplied.
Cord lock headrail
With this device you will be provided with a cleat to allow the cords to be wrapped around it to prevent them hanging down. Please ensure that you fit your cleat and use it each time the blind is raised or lowered.
Deluxe sidewinder headrail
For this headrail type you will be supplied with a retaining device, which should be fitted to keep the chain taught, to prevent children from getting tangled up on the chain. The advantage of this type of arrangement is that you do not have to remove the safety device to operate the blind and therefore provided the retaining device is properly fitted, there should be no instance of the chain hanging free
Please contact our customer service department if you have any queries regarding the fitment of your safety device, and we will be happy to assist.
All our Roman blinds should be dry cleaned only by a professional dry cleaning company
All our Roman blinds come with all the necessary fixings to allow you to easily fix your blind.
Please click below to view and download or print our fitting guides for Roman Blinds for
- How to measure for a roman blind (pdf)
- How to fit a deluxe roman blind (pdf)
- How to fit a corded roman blind (pdf)
Fitting your roman blind
When fitting your Roman blind, you need to use the appropriate fixing depending on what type of wall or window you are fixing to.
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