I want to make a roman blind for a hall window - very narrow (about 50cm) and long (1.30m). The window is made up on 2 windows, a small square one at the top and a second one at the bottom the doesn't open. There is a handle for the top window that sirs about a third of the way down, protruding into the recess. It is probably about where the blind will stop when it's up (99% of the time). Do I just make as normal of should I change the measurements as conscious it might all end up sticking out?
I have one like that at my front living room window, I let it down each night and just give it a flick so it misses the handle, it drops down fine and pulls up fine too. or dep on how deep the recess it could you bring it forward a bit so it misses the handle?