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  • Dormer windows with roman blinds

    I often give dormer windows a central roman blind and then triangular shaped curtains for the side glazed cheeks, but recently the customer didn't want curtains and asked for all blinds. I wasn't sure it could be done, but the side windows were very small. I did a try out of my idea to test first. I'm happy to say I had some very delighted comments from the customer. There were two rooms hence blue and grey blinds.

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    Those look amazing Caroline! I've always chickened out and suggested customers go to a blind specialist for the pleated, fitted blinds. I won't any more!
    Congratulations!
    Liz

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      Thanks for sharing - and including the bit we're all interested in - the back! A really good solution .... the way you have shaped the blinds makes this work - I've looked at making triangular blinds before but when all the cords don't go down to the bottom rod (because of the point of the triangle) they just don't work!
      Louise


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