Solid, Contemporary Roman Shades

Monochromatic Roman shades give a bold window treatment some contemporary style. Check out these solid shades and discover your hue of choice.
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November 25, 2014

Photo By: Dustin Halleck

Photo By: Amy Bartlam

Photo By: Amy Bartlam

Neutral Gray

Light gray walls, accessories and a matching shade allow the colorful furniture to make a bold statement. Design by Christopher Grubb.

Silky Brown

A single silk Roman shade successfully balances the tall, vertical built-in bookshelves in this kitchen.

Camel Tan

Designer Eileen Gould uses deeper shades to coordinate with the elegant tie-back draperies in this living room.

Bubbly Blue

These linen shades bring in the soft blues of the floral couch pattern and stand out against the beige walls. Design by Jennifer Duneier.

Pale Gray

High and low pieces blend to create a functional, family-friendly space. Geometric patterns dominate in the mix of colorful throw pillows, while casual Roman shades dress the windows and filter light. A comfortable modular sofa provides a cozy spot for the family to relax.


This transitional master bedroom features an emerald green accent wall and bed with a white tufted headboard. A square white nightstand with brass accents sits beneath a small window with a roman shade and black sconce light.


Traditional, white wainscoting and modern print geometric wallpaper gives this elegant dining space a transitional feel. The three-legged dining table with two dark dining chairs shares a corner bench with a green covered vinyl cushion. A simplistic brass pendant light with exposed bulbs hangs beside the bay windows with roman shades.

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