How to fit fabric roman shades: 5 useful steps

How to fit fabric roman shades: 5 useful steps

Choosing fabric Roman Shades to cover your large windows will result in a sophisticated and stylish décor choice to complement the rest of your furniture. However, you need to know how to install your fabric Roman Shades if you plan on ‘doing it yourself’ – ensuring that they fit properly and match your décor style without a hitch.

Remember, although there are different kinds of Roman Shades available on the market, the installation process remains relatively the same. Here’s what you need to keep in mind when fitting your own fabric Roman Shades – doing an interior mount:

Step 1: Choose A Location.

Obviously, the first thing you need to do before even looking at the different kinds of Roman Shades available is to choose the location where you’d like to hang your fabric Roman Shades. If you have large windows and struggle to find the correct window coverings, it may be worth your while to consider installing fabric Roman Shades. By having a deep window frame, you can easily choose an interior mount – hanging the Roman Shades adjacent to the window. As an interior mount, you’d need to hang the fabric Roman Shades on the ‘ceiling’ part of the window frame.

Step 2: Ensure The Window Frame Is Level.

Due to old age or even certain building practices, you may be left with uneven window frames. However, before mounting a fabric Roman Shade, you need to ensure that the window frame is even before going ahead with your DIY tasks. In order to do this, you’d need to use a level by checking to see if the ‘bubble’ is in the middle of the device. If you are left with an uneven window frame, you can add a wooden shim to the window frame ‘ceiling’ to level it out.

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Step 3: Mark The Location.

Avoid, making an estimated fabric Roman Shade placement without properly marking the areas where you need to drill. If not, you may end up with multiple holes which will look unsightly. By holding the window blind in place, you can easily mark where you need to make holes by drawing with a carpenter’s pencil. If you have large windows to cover, you may have to hang more than one fabric Roman Shade, so it’s important to space them evenly.

Step 4: Install Necessary Brackets.

There are different types of Roman Shades available, so the installation process may vary from product to product. It’s important to follow the instructions that accompany your fabric Roman Shades for proper installation. Commonly, all you need to do is hold the brackets in place where you marked the holes and, using the screws that came with your fabric Roman Shades, screw them neatly in place.

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Step 5: Hang Your Fabric Roman Shades.

Lastly, you’re left with having to hang your fabric Roman Shades in order to finish off the look. Outfitted with twin-brackets, the installed brackets simply click into place in order to secure the window blinds. You can then easily adjust the length of your fabric Roman Shades by pulling on the draw string (depending on the type of Roman Shade chosen) to block out sunlight or warm up your home with a few UV rays.

When it comes to installing fabric Roman Shades in your home, you first need to decide on the best possible Roman Shades for large windows (if you’re having trouble choosing the correct window covering), ensuring that you avoid wasting time and money. Remember, although there are different kinds of Roman Shades available, it’s important to pick a style you absolutely love – seeing as you’ll be staring at them day in and day out for quite some time.

If you’re interested in learning more about our fabric Roman Shades in order to determine if our options match your home décor choices, please contact us to schedule your free in-home consultation.

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