Good Housekeeping Flat Panel Roman Shade Blackout - Exclusive

Good Housekeeping Roman Shades The classic looks of fabric shades are now feature the Good Housekeeping name. The Good Housekeeping Roman Shades fabric collection is sure to impress and meet your design expectations. Choose from two panel styles: Flat and Hobbled. Flat panels feature clean modern lines while the hobbled panels add elegance with a traditional teardrop look. Good Housekeeping Roman Shades have a variety of hardware options like cordless and cordless top down-bottom up. All hardware styles conform to government and industry standards for child safety. Add a privacy liner to improve your desired light and privacy levels, keeping harmful UV rays and unwanted eyes out.

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These fabric are exclusive to good housekeeping blinds and all patterns and solid are Room darkening.


Good Housekeeping Roman Shades
Good Housekeeping Roman Shades combine the beauty of drapery fabrics with the benefit of window treatment technology.

Shade Styles
Choose from the contemporary look of the Flat Panel design or the the elegant folds of the Hobbled style when available, not all fabrics are available in Hobbled fold look:
Roman Flat Roman Tear

Hardware Options & Operating Systems
You can choose from a variety of Hardware Options, including:

Overtones Bottom Rail

Standard Rectangular

Top Down - Bottom Up (Duofold)
Cordless Top Down - Bottom Up
Continuous Cord Loop
Two on One Head Rail (Hobbled only)


Designer Metallic Hardware Options
Further customize your Good Housekeeping Roman Shades with Oil Rubbed Bronze or Brushed Nickel hardware.

Designer Hardware Options are available Standard Pull Cord, Top Down-Bottom Up, Continuous Cord Loop and Cordless.

Overtones Open Position Overtones Closed Position Overtones Closed Position Overtones Closed Position

Limited Lifetime Warranty
All Envision Roman Shades are covered by the Comfortex Limited Lifetime Warranty as a commitment to your satisfaction.

Extensive Roman Shade Specifications

Abalone 1100_0184_1006 View Larger
Bamboo 1100_0185_1002 View Larger
Dark Mocha 1100_0184_1002 View Larger
Flagstone 1100_0186_1001 View Larger
Gentle Rain 1100_0195_1047 View Larger
Granite 1100_0186_1002 View Larger
Limestone 1100_0186_1004 View Larger
Macadamia 1100_0185_1004 View Larger
Morning Glow 1100_0184_1003 View Larger
Oatmeal 1100_0195_1049 View Larger
Peppermill 1100_0184_1001 View Larger
Picnic Basket 1100_0185_1006 View Larger
Quartz 1100_0186_1003 View Larger
Sage 1100_0195_1048 View Larger
Silk-Impression 1100_0184_1004 View Larger
Slate 1100_0186_1006 View Larger
Solitude 1100_0184_1005 View Larger
Tea Chest 1100_0185_1001 View Larger
Terrazzo 1100_0186_1005 View Larger
Weathered 1100_0185_1005 View Larger
Whole Wheat 1100_0185_1003 View Larger

Tips To Remember:

Use a steel measuring tape
Round down to the nearest 1/8" for width
Round up to the nearest 1/8" for height
See Product Specifications for more specific product info.
Sizes should always be provided in this format: Width x Height
On any measurement given, the factory does have a +/- 1/8 of an inch variance allowance.

Measure For Roman Shades

Inside Mount Width

•    Measure the exact width (left to right) of the inside edge of the window frame in three places (top, middle and bottom).
•    Take the smallest of the three measurements to the nearest 1/8 of an inch.
•    The factory will take an approximate 3/8 of an inch deduction from the total width (headrail and fabric) to allow for correct installation.

Inside Mount Height

•    Measure the exact height (top to bottom) from the top inside edge down to the window sill in three spots across window.
•    Take the largest of the three measurements.

Outside Mount Width

•    Measure the exact width (left to right) of the wooden or metal window frame (outer edge) OR how wide you want the product to be.
•    Be sure to measure wide enough as to cover the entire window plus offer enough coverage to avoid light or privacy gap. This is especially important if you have no trim and are installing to sheet rock or dry wall surface. 1-2 inches past the opening on EACH side is suggested if you do not have molding/trim.
•    French doors-you should have a minimum of 1 inch past the glass on each side added to the glass measurement for coverage.

Outside Mount Height

•    Measure the top and bottom edge of window frame/trim. If no trim, be sure you provide the height you want the shade to be from top of the headrail to bottom of the bottom rail.
•    Be sure to allot for coverage for light control and mounting hardware if mounting above window opening to wall surface. You will need 2 inches of surface area to mount above opening. Call us for further instruction if needed.
•    French doors-Be sure to add 2 inches for mounting above glass on surface of door for installation brackets and 2 inches below for hold down bracket install.-Call us for more information on this type of install.

Standard Cord Installation Instructions

Cordless Installation Instructions

Cordloop Installation Instructions

Motorized Installation Instructions