What a Fabric Roller Blind looks like

We often get asked What a Fabric Roller Blind looks like. So we thought we would share photos of one sent out this week to a customer. You can choose from a wide range of patterned and plain fabrics for made to measure laminated fabric roller blinds.

This blind is made using the Natasha Marshall design ‘Bud’ in Nightshade. Detailed photos show how the laminated roller blinds are made. Great when used in a modern interior as the quality of the linen cotton cloth adds texture to your interior. Blinds are a great way to add pattern and colour to your home.

This Bud roller blind is created from a high quality Natasha Marshall printed cotton linen. Fabric has then been laminated and over-locked onto a standard cotton lining. Or we can use a black-out lining to make your fabric roller blind. As all our blinds are made to measure it means you can tailor your blinds to work perfectly in your home.

The Natasha Marshall Bud design is available in 6 colourways – Lemon Slice, Nightshade, Sand, Firecracker, Damson & Coral.

Advantages of using a fabric roller blind:

Fabric roller blinds are ideal for using on hallway windows, kitchens or home offices. The advantage of a fabric roller blind is that it covers less of your window when rolled away. Roller blinds work well with curtains in bedrooms or sitting rooms. As it gives you the ability to roll the blind right up in the summer and have it down in the winter for it’s thermal properties. Rather than a Roman blind which folds up on itself, as it is taken up and still covers some of the window when open.

How Fabric roller blinds are made:

Fabric Roller Blinds are made from soft, 100% natural fabrics printed on to a high quality cotton Linen fabric or plains. The fabric is then laminated on the reverse and over-locked on all visible edges. This stiffened fabric is then made into the fabric roller blind. Make A Blind’s range of fabric roller blinds are available with either a standard cotton or blackout lining depending on your preference. The website features Natasha Marshall’s signature designs from both the Alegre and Ikon print collections and the plain woven Alibi collection. Blinds are manufactured in Scotland, UK. The designs are complemented by the Natasha Marshall Fabrics and Home Furnishings Collections.