Decorative Roller Blinds Tips

Having Your Own Custom Made Decorative Roller Blinds

If you are tired of your old decorative roller blinds but do not have enough money to buy ones, you could simply decorate your roller blinds and make them look stylish and brand new. When remodeling a home, people usually pay attention to changing the color of the walls or rearranging the furniture, completely neglecting the look of their windows. However, simply think of how many times during the day you look out the window and you will get the idea of why changing your window treatments can be an important part of a remodeling project within your home. Now, if you are pleased with the decorative roller blinds you already have, but simply want to refresh their look, there are a few things you can do to redecorate your roller blinds.

Before starting the remodeling task, you’ll need to make sure that the decorative roller blinds are properly dusted and cleaned since you do not want anything to get in the way of your creativity. Collect the dust using a feather duster or a vacuum cleaner and use some water and a clean sponge to wipe the roller shade. Since you are already detaching the roller shade, you could wash it more thoroughly by soaking it into a bathtub.

Fabric to Fabric Decorative Roller Blinds

The first option in decorating your roller blinds is by attaching a piece of fabric onto its surface. The procedure is pretty simple. You will need to measure the roller blinds in order of determining the size of the fabric you will be later gluing onto the roller blinds. The fabric should be a few inches wider on all sides than the roller blinds, not only to minimize the chance for measurement error but to also ease the gluing process. Now choose the fabric. You can opt for some natural or synthetic materials, single-colored or patterned, it is entirely up to you. However, better opt for some light materials like cotton rather than heavy ones like wool or velvet, since these may affect your decorative roller blinds functionality.

The next step include sticking the fabric onto the decorative roller blinds. Use spray glue or glue gun to apply the glue evenly across the roller blinds surface. Start attaching the fabric from top to bottom, making sure that there are no creases or bubbles. When you are done you could wrap the extra fabric around the roller blinds and glue it on the back or simply cut it off.

When your redecorated roller blinds has dried, it is time to add the finish. To properly seal the decorative roller blinds, add some white glue over the fabric which will prevent it from fraying. If you do not plan on rolling the roller blinds up and down too often a matte sealant along the edges will do the trick. After everything has completely dried, your roller blinds is ready to go back up.

Decorative Roller Blinds
Decorative Roller Blinds

Paint Roller blinds

Now, if you have some spare time on your hands, you could make things even more interesting by adding some color to your decorative roller blinds. Not to worry, since this is not too complicated but involves a bit more creativity and imagination. Prepare some water, some fabric paint, and a few sponges. For more simple shapes, use regular sponges (square, circle) but if you want to take your roller blinds decoration a step further, purchase some sponges in different shapes like flowers, animals, fruits, or simply make some on your own.

You could probably do this while the decorative roller blinds is still hanging, but we would suggest you take it down to make your work smoother. Dip the sponge into some previously determined color and swiftly press it onto the roller blinds surface. Make sure you apply enough color since you do not want your bunny shape to turn into nothing more than a smudge. Repeat the process as many times as you like, changing the colors and shapes and leave to dry.

A Few Extras

We herewith offer a few more tips on decorating your decorative roller blinds. If you have already decided that it is time to replace your roller blinds, before doing so you can still make some adjustments. You could cut the roller blinds material into any shape you like. This could particularly look good in your children’s bedroom since the cut shapes will allow some light through the decorative roller blinds and create some beautiful shadows on the room wall.

However, since this can affect your roller shade’s functionality, especially its insulating powers, it is best to do this during the summer where sun rays can penetrate the room and dance on the walls through the cut patterns. As previously mentioned, consider this only as a temporary solution (that is if you have already decided to get some new window covering) since winters can be harsh and cold air from the outside can travel through the cut material and affect your home thermal performance. The procedure is pretty simple. Use a marker or a pencil to draw the shape onto the decorative roller blinds back and cut it using some craft knife sharp scissors. If you have cut only small pieces on the edges, these can be later on reinforced with some clear tape.

Roller shades edge with some pretty trims

Another possibility is decorating the roller blinds edges with some pretty trims, laces, ribbons, or fringes that you can get in sewing or a craft store. Use some hot glue to attach these to the edges or simply use it to outline the decorative roller blinds. On the other hand, if you are not too crafty or simple do not have a lot of time on your hands, you could always get some stickers and decals, peel them and press them onto the decorative roller blinds. Nothing more.

Visit UNITEC Textile for more info on decorative roller blinds fabrics. Our mission is to offer quality decorative roller blinds fabrics at factory-direct prices. Our company, UNITEC Textile Decoration Co., Ltd is a Blinds Fabrics Manufacturers that specialized in producing a wide variety of roller blinds fabric. With over 20 years of manufacturing experience, UNITEC offers hundreds of roller blinds fabrics, Screen blinds fabrics, zebra blinds fabrics, blinds & Shutters, and pearl soft backlit fabrics.



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