Are you looking for an expert in Roman Blinds in Brisbane? We’ve got you covered!
We at FKR Group supply and install a wide range of window coverings including Roman Blinds. If you are in Brisbane and are in need of our expertise, we are happy to help you anytime at a friendly price.
Roman Blinds Brisbane
Made from smooth fabrics, roman blinds are best for bedrooms and living rooms and are great for bi-fold doors. They offer stylish looks and are very simple in their construction and to use. If your interior decor screams modern, choosing roman blinds is the ideal option.
For over 30 years in the business, our clients have been satisfied with our excellent service and installation of roman blinds in Brisbane.
How much do roman blinds cost?
The cost of roman blinds depends on the kind of fabric used, as well as the width and height of your blinds. Fabrics are mainly categorised as either translucent or blackout, with translucent blinds being ideal for areas where you want to provide shade and sun protection while still allowing some natural light in. Meanwhile, blackout blinds are a great choice for when you want complete privacy and fully block out the sun. Below is the range of costs of roman blinds in Brisbane for some standard window sizes.
Standard Window Sizes (W x H)
600 mm x 600 mm
$45 – $140
$65 – $160
800 mm x 1200 mm
$80 – $180
$100 – $200
1200 mm x 1200 mm
$115 – $260
$135 – $280
1800 mm x 1200 mm
$180 – $360
$200 – $380
Why should I choose you?
Family Owned & Operated
How do you install roman blinds?
There are two main ways to install roman blinds. The first is a recess fit, and the other is a face fit. A recess fit will sit inside your window while a face fit overlaps with the frame or architrave. Either way, a standard 1200 mm wide window will come with four brackets. We install two brackets near the edge of either inside or outside the frame depending on the type of installation. The other two brackets are spaced evenly between the frame. After that, we simply slot the roman blinds in and clip them into the brackets.
Do I need to be home when the roman blinds are installed?
Installing roman blinds is a quick job that does not take more than half an hour. It’s a straightforward installation that does not really require supervision. If you’re staying at home, feel free to watch the installation to see how it’s done. But if you have other errands to run, simply provide us with access to your property, let us know whether you’d like the control located on the left or the right, and you can leave the rest to us.
Service Satisfaction Guaranteed
Being one of the top suppliers and installers of roman blinds in Brisbane, our prices follow factory rates. You will be assured that you get what you pay for your quality roman blinds as we value your satisfaction more than your money. Once you call for an appointment with our team of window blinds specialists, we will start and finish the work in no time.
Give us a call on 0412 872 822 if you fancy our roman blinds for your property in Brisbane.
Frequently Asked Questions About Roman Blinds In Brisbane
Are blinds cheaper than curtains?
In most cases, blinds do tend to be cheaper than curtains. Roman blinds use less fabric material than curtains so manufacturing them is cheaper and easier. Blinds and curtains each have their own unique benefits, but blinds hold the advantage of being more affordable.
Are Roman blinds expensive?
Roman blinds are in the median range of blinds when it comes to cost. They’re more expensive than roller blinds and vertical blinds, but they’re cheaper compared to timber Venetians and vision blinds. Each kind of blind offers a different aesthetic so it’s up to you to balance between cost and design.
Do Roman blinds look better in the recess?
Whether you prefer a recess or a face fit is up to you. A recess fit is ideal if you want a tidy finish that doesn’t extrude past your window sill. It also allows you to display items on your window sill even when the blinds are closed. On the other hand, go for outside the recess if you want better control of your light. A face fit installation will allow more light in when retracted, and likewise, block more light out when drawn.
How do I choose the right size of roman blinds?
How you measure for roman blinds depends on whether you want a recess or face fit. For a recess fit, simply measure the inside dimensions of your window. For a face fit, add approximately a 7 to 10cm allowance above and below your window, as well as on either side. Call us at 0412 872 822 or visit our website to take the guesswork out of measuring! FKR Group offers a fast FREE measure and quote.
Are Roman blinds easy to fit?
Fitting Roman blinds is simple and easy. You can ensure that your measurements are accurate by taking the width and height of your window three times to find an average. We recommend measuring once on either side and down in the centre, then on the top and bottom and across the middle. Or better yet, you can leave it to us to do the measuring for FREE!
What do you do when your roman blinds are not wide enough?
There are a few available fixes for short Roman blinds but they won’t look as good as a well fitted one. In some cases, you may be able to fix a Roman blind that is not wide enough granted that the offset is little and your Roman blind has a side hem. Unstitch the side hem and restitch the blind to a longer length. Otherwise, you can use drapes or a window shade to cover the areas where the blinds fall short. Again, nothing beats a well fitted Roman blind so make sure to measure correctly or leave the fitting to the professionals.
Can you put Roman blinds in a bathroom?
Roman blinds are not ideal for bathroom use as they are made of fabric. In a tight space that is steamy and moist, fabric is highly susceptible to moulds and watermarks. Only use Roman blinds if your bathroom is spacious and heavily ventilated. If you must insist on a Roman blind for bathroom use, go for one with a moisture-resistant fabric.
What fabric is best for Roman blinds?
You can practically choose any fabric for your Roman blind but know that some fabrics are better than others. We highly recommend faux silk or light taffeta as the flow of these cloths are ideal for crisp looking folds such as in the case of Roman blinds. Other fabrics to consider are damasks, jacquard fabrics, linens, and medium weight cotton.
Can you install roman blinds yourself?
It’s easy to install Roman blinds by yourself. As long as your window frame is level, simply measure and mark a spot 2 centimetres away from the edges of your frame and here’s where you’ll install the outside brackets. Then, space out the other two bracke