Blue Roman Shades
Blue Roman Shades
Blue roman shades bring a sense of calm and peace to any room. Whether you are choosing from navy blue roman shades or light blue roman shades, our collection of blue hues and styles are a great way to mellow out the atmosphere of your room while providing a beautiful accent color.
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Why should you choose blue roman shades?
Blue is the color of the sea and the sky, adding a natural and serene look that is perfect for coastal or relaxed decor styles. If you are tired of neutral colors like white, off white, or shades of beige and grey, blue is a great alternative that adds a splash of color to your room without being too loud. With their soft folds and pleated fabric, blue roman shades have a laid back look that can bring that cosy feel to your room.
You can also choose from different blue pattern roman shades to add visual interest and bring more attention to your windows. The uniqueness of blue is that even with busy patterns, they can blend in to your decor without taking away from your other furniture, adding texture to your home.
Are darker or lighter blue roman blinds better?
it all comes down to preference and what you are going for! In general navy blue roman shades are great for bedrooms or dens where you want something that is more relaxed and tranquil. Dark blue patterns can bring a sense of peace and softness that is perfect for a bedroom when you want to relax or sleep at night. On the other hand, a baby blue color or other light blue roman shades would be great for a living room or kitchen, bringing the brightness of the sky into your home and keeping your room feeling fresh and energetic.
What other colors go well with blue?
Blue goes well when matched with warmer colors, such as yellow or orange. If you are going for that relaxed and mellow mood, try not to choose complimentary colors that are too bright or loud.