Blinds We Have Designed & Made For Our Clients

Roman Blinds

Our blinds are made to measure, and handmade in our workroom, with traditional string or metal pully system to our exacting standards. We can help advise on the type of blind to suit your room.

We make roman blinds with either traditional string, toggle and cleats or with the metal track runners and chain, benefits of string, or what I call the old Oxfordshire cottage look, is if the sting eventually goes or snaps, we can easily restring it, and rehang it for you, but if the metal runner and chain go, then that’s a new roman blind kit, also I like to set the roman blinds up high, if there is enough space above the window to the ceiling line, so you don’t loose the proportions of the window, and with our Northern light, we need to get as much light into the rooms as possible.

Whereas with curtains you can pull them back away from the window so you are keeping the window proportions and allowing in maximum amount of light, Roman blinds work well for activity areas of a house, as a nice clean look for kitchens and bathrooms, but if you fill your house with them it can feel like a bit like a made for rental , or stop gap look and not very personal, also must be the most basic window treatment out there, a standard development look, people don’t realise though making a roman blind can cost the same as a proper pair of curtains, but you are just saving on the fabric you use eadings, cartridges and goblets.

A Pair Of Roman Blinds

A pair of roman blinds, we made for clients in Purley-on-Thames, dressed down two folds, in striking Ralph Lauren blue fabric

“Master Bedroom”

2 x roman blinds approx. 102cms wide x drop 163cms, black out lined and Lightweight interlined, £144.00ea £288.00

Blackout lining, interlining, Velcro, rods, tape, batons, cords, cleats, toggles £100.75

Fabric required

3.8 x mtrs of Ralph Lauren denim @£61.00/mtr £231.80


Bay Window Set of Roman Blinds


Bay window set of roman blinds and curtains into a bay window, works well as the fabric is telling a story of italian frogs and lilypads river scenes, and a more heavy weight fabric, made for clients in Thames Ditton, Surrey, Italian venetian frogs fabric.

“Master Bedroom”


1 x bay window curtain set, 2” overhang, thermal lined and interlined, contrast border to leading edge and base £240.00


Lining, interlining, heading, hooks and weights £280.00


3 x bay window – roman blinds, contrast border to base and edges, thermal lined £120.00






Thermal lining, batons, cleats, cord, toggles, rods £270.00


Fabric required


12 x mtrs of Italian linen caramel ecru’ @£67.40/mtr (bay window curtains) £808.80


4 x mtrs of Italian linen light stone sacco @£67.40/mtr (bay window curtains border) £269.60


10 x mtrs of Venetian frogs @£124.05/mtr (bay window roman blinds) £1240.50


2.4 x mtrs of Italian contrast biscuit/chocolate border 50156 @£40.83/mtr (bay blinds border) £97.99



London Georgian Coaching Inn, Sash Window Blind

Can be very fancy, we make them just quite tailored, designed originally as a Georgian way to dress sash windows, and can be dressed in uniform folds or scrunched up, I love them scrunched up, my favourite blind overall, as its very simple when down and gathered up its got more interest than a uniform roman blind, and feels like the folds of a pair of curtains, but best if you can set them up high, and dress then down, to not lose the window shape, or light, also it depends on the fabric and how it will react, a nice damask silk or shot silk, as in photos above works really well, and will fold amazingly, but a heavy upholstery weight, or even a thinner linen, will look dumpy and quite cumbersome, and heavy.

London Coach Blind


London coach blind in rich shot silk damask from Italy, made for clients Georgian town house in Knightsbridge overlooking Hyde park.

A pair of coach blinds £176.00ea, plus £65.00ea, lining, interlinings, baton and bits, 4.5mtrs ea of silk damask.

Austrian blind

I made this one for a client’s daughter’s Bedroom-en-suite, with little pretty bows, a traditional look that is still needed for more historic settings and, I do think they look fabulous for a little girls romantic princesses bedroom, so I’ve included it here, as an option.

Grand Austrian Blind

A grand Austrian with tails for a daughter’s bedroom in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, Swedish blue check for the ribbons, Osbourne fabric.

£210.00, plus £65, lining, interlinings, baton and bits, 5mtrs of cotton star fabric.

Grand Austrian Blind

A grand Austrian with tails for a house in Ireland, Colefax and fowler fabric.

£210.00, plus £65, lining, interlinings, baton and bits, 5mtrs of floral chintz fabric, 2.5mtrs of fringe