Looking for a Roman blind for your bay window? We’ve got plenty of top tips and a few real customers’ homes to share.
Measuring is a doddle
Measuring for Roman blinds in your bay window can seem daunting, but trust us, we make it a doddle. We’ve comprehensive measuring guides for different types of bays. For square bays, find the instructions here, and for angled bays here.
Make your templates
For angled bay windows, we recommend you make a template to make the whole measuring process pain-free. This will help you to visualise exactly how they’ll fit at your window. Still not sure you’ve got it bang on? Our optional mismeasurement protection means if you’ve made a mistake, we’ll send you another set free of charge.
Pure and simple
Fancy a nosy in a couple of customers’ homes? We thought so. Beth kept things simple and sleek in her living room with white. These crisp Roman blinds let the period features of her home do the talking – the radiator covers, high ceilings, and of course that fabulous angled bay window. It’s all topped off with that tongue-in-cheek Nottinghamshire cushion.
Tania made a real statement in her living room with this botanical print. Tania’s bay window is unusual as it has two centre windows and only one side, but measuring is easily adapted. Simply make the reductions on one side only.
Roman blinds also work for corner windows in a conservatory. When measuring up, you might find it useful to refer to the square bay instructions guide to make sure you’re taking the relevant deductions. Sharon made her conservatory seriously cosy with these snuggly Romans.