Twin Roman Blinds for a Barn Bedroom. Runcton Holme, Norfolk.

If you have read the Five Handmade Roman Blinds in a Barn Kitchen. This was my same customer I had the pleasure of working with again.

Home visit starts with customer explaining she has found this perfect fabric. This job really brought to life the reason to Refresh and Revive existing Roman Blind Systems.

A nice and welcome surprise was putting a mustard stripe border to the bottom of both Roman Blinds this had to be pattern matched as these roman blinds where set in twin windows with raw brick edges so previous fitting of Roman Blinds had conflicted with the raw brick and had slightly damaged the spools that wound the blinds up and down.

We had plenty of fabric to complete the job and a plan of action. Let the Refresh and Revive games commence.

These Twin Roman Blinds using customers own fabric. Curtains by Helena supplied a Premium 3-Pass Fleece Blackout Lining. Then refreshed and revived all Roman Blind systems. This consisted of removing the systems from customer home. Then taking to pieces. Checking all parts of the system where reusable, cleaned and then adapted to conform to 2014 child safety.

Installation day was upon us and Twin Roman Blinds had been refreshed and revived and ready to refit. We had to careful putting the Roman Blinds back on the brackets. But disaster struck. I had made the Twin Roman Blinds too snug and the raw brick conflicted with the Blinds being pulled up and down.

Not all Installations go to plan.  This problem needed to be fixed. Removing the Roman Blinds and taking them back to my studio we reduced 5mm from each edge of the Twin Roman Blinds. We returned both Roman Binds back to my customer in a few days and they both worked perfectly.

Very efficient and excellent service from start to finish. I am very pleased with my beautiful blinds.

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Twin Roman Blinds established in December 2019, Handmade by Helena.


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