Beauty is the focal point of many rooms. London style unconstructed Roman shades can really add to that goal of creating a beautiful space. These shades have less of a structured or squared-off look. Rather than add a layer of formality of the space, these shades can offer something a bit more relaxed. However, don’t fool yourself into thinking they are not a stellar, amazing look that any bedroom window would love to call its own.
Here, you can see how the soft curve at the bottom of the Roman shades creates the unconstructed look. You can easily see how the custom fabric works so well in this space. The color is luxurious and the pattern perfectly suited for the feminine-inspired space. Yet, there’s more to it than that. The shape and styling of the Roman shade itself helps to add to the level of luxuriousness present.
Formality is not just for the bedroom. These London style unconstructed Roman shades can attest to that. They are very ornate and fit the room perfectly. They could be more structured in this environment. However, because they are not, they are less formal and they add a layer of softness to the space as a result. The flaring at the bottom of them and the curves at the top and the bottom offer the right style choice for this room.
Simplicity is the focal point of this space. It’s relaxed and, even though it is a bit more formal than some spaces, the window coverings help to soften the tone with their less-than-formal structuring. They hang loosely, creating a beautiful look without too many straight lines.
Shabby chic is one of the best terms to describe a room where the look is soft and comfortable. Here, this small window is given the royal treatment with a bit more character than you might expect. It looks as though someone tossed a beautiful drape over the top of the window to create the romantic appeal it offers. That’s not the case at all, but it does add to the romantic feel of the room.
Making the right style statement is something these London style unconstructed Roman shades do so well. Consider options from Lee Jofa, for examples. Can you picture this being in your space, creating a dazzling design, and offering a simplistic way to dress up a room?