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Can anyone recommend a good online shop for roman blinds?

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Yorkshirepudding Mon 24-Sep-07 14:13:54

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goingfriggincrazy Mon 24-Sep-07 14:31:14

We got our blinds (also for a square bay) in B&Q...and Dh had the lovely job of cutting them to size

goingfriggincrazy Mon 24-Sep-07 14:33:18

Another thought....what about Rosebys?

mishymoo Mon 24-Sep-07 14:33:32

Dunelm might have some? Not sure if Ikea do Roman Blinds?

MegaLegs Mon 24-Sep-07 14:33:48

Oh YP - I shall watch yout thread with interest. I want Roman Blinds for our family room window which is really long but made up of 4 small windows which, like your bay are an awkaward size. Can you cut Roman Blinds to size though? I thought that was just roller or venetian.

Fimbo Mon 24-Sep-07 14:34:14

My friend got hers here

Fimbo Mon 24-Sep-07 14:36:45

Have just found this

goingfriggincrazy Mon 24-Sep-07 14:40:05

Laughs at the curtain forum on there...

Fimbo Mon 24-Sep-07 14:42:40

LOL! - Never saw that bit. What a shame they only have 1 member and the most they have ever had on line is 4 <<chuckles>>

Yorkshirepudding Mon 24-Sep-07 15:13:31

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FLIER Mon 24-Sep-07 15:18:00

have you tried on ebay? lots of blind companies selling there and alot cheaper than shops

Fimbo Mon 24-Sep-07 15:19:43

There is a lady in my village who custom makes Roman blinds - have you tried that route. It may be a cheaper option. Sadly I am in Norfolk, no prizes for guessing where you are?

stealthsquiggle Mon 24-Sep-07 15:35:33

How about here?

MegaLegs Mon 24-Sep-07 17:44:18

I might give those argos ones a try YP, but does trimmed to size mean you can only cut a bit off the length or can I make them narrower?

Yorkshirepudding Tue 25-Sep-07 13:30:29

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