Roman Shades for the Kitchen
Window treatments in the kitchen give the room a polished look, and add a touch of fabric and softness to an otherwise cold, hard space. They can tie in colors and upholstery from chairs and dining rooms, as well as block light and glare to protect your finishes. Roman Shades are a versatile style of window treatment that can look great in your kitchen, no matter what your style is.
Roman Shades in the Craftsman Kitchen
One of the best features of Roman Shades is their ability to be mounted inside or outside your window frame. One of the hallmarks of the Craftsman style of design is the focus on prominent woodwork. Candice Riley Campbell of Nimble Design Co. opted for a patterned Flat Roman Shade to balance out the walls of white tile in her gorgeous kitchen, and its inside mount preserves the entire window frame without hiding any elements. The color ties in with the base of the island, and gives the whole space a cohesive and finished look.
Roman Shades in the All White Kitchen
All white kitchens can run the risk of looking stark, with the monochromatic bright color palette and the straight lines of cabinets and countertops. Sheer white Relaxed Roman Shades add just the right touch of curves to this stunning kitchen by Nicole Davis Interiors. The shades stay in keeping with the white color scheme, but soften the exposed shelves and beautifully filter in the natural light from the window above the sink.
Sunbrella® Roman Shades for Every Kitchen
One obvious hurdle for soft materials in the kitchen is the possibility for soiling and staining from food and cooking spills. The Sunbrella® Ventana™ Collection for The Shade Store solves those concerns, with the high performance of Sunbrella® materials brought indoors for your Roman Shades and Drapery. This collection of 6 materials in 43 colorways is easy to clean and stain resistant, for even the most high traffic kitchens.
Our Design Consultants are happy to answer any questions you may have about adding shades in your kitchen. Talk to us on the phone, in an email, or visit one of our showrooms, and we’ll help you create the kitchen window treatment of your dreams.