Faux Roman shades are a great alternative to Roman shades. They give you a designer look and a custom fit at a fraction of the cost of functional Roman shades.
Besides the clean and simple lines, faux shades are also popular because of the modern fabric choices they offer.
Here are a few popular colors and design trends our customers choose when shopping our faux shades.
French grey is a gray color with subtle greenish-yellow tint, almost bordering on greige. It’s a timeless color, so many customers choose it because they know this neutral color will withstand any crazy design fad in the future.
Dreamscape in French Grey. A slub cotton with black and white floral lattice. Shop this faux shade valance here.
Manchester in French Grey. A white cotton with a subtle medallion centered on each valance. Shop this faux shade valance here.
Snowy is a light blue/green. This too is another neutral color. It works great against crisp white walls and design pieces and is popular in homes that have a subtle coastal flair.
Vision in Snowy. A heavyweight linen blend fabric with an interlocking ogee design. Shop this faux shade valance here.
Monroe in Snowy. A white slub cotton with a hint of subtle browns and blue/greens. Shop this faux shade valance here.
Mineral blue is similar to snowy, but it pulls more towards the blue color spectrum and has no green tint in it. This one is very popular in kitchens and our customers love this color next to white kitchen cabinets.
Joash in Mineral Blue. A slub cotton with a faded blue design. Shop this faux shade valance here.
Windridge in Mineral Blue. A slub cotton with bold blue and white stripes. Shop this faux shade valance here.
Vintage indigo is a navy color. It’s for those who want a more dramatic beach house design. It’s also common in modern, more masculine rooms, and we commonly see customers use this color in boys’ rooms and home offices alike.
Carlo in Vintage Indigo. A cotton with navy and white stripes. Shop this faux shade valance here.
Tribal in Vintage Indigo. A white cotton with an interesting diamond pattern in navy. Shop this faux shade valance here.
French blue is an interesting color. Some design “authorities” define French blue as a deep teal, others define it as a light powder blue. Our most popular French Blue fabric is the Finders Keepers, which is a light ivory slub cotton base with a large teal flower pattern.
Finders Keepers I in French Blue. A slub cotton with a light ivory base and florals in multiple colors. Shop this faux shade valance here.