20 Dining Areas with Roman Shades

Everywhere in the house, we make use of window treatments and when we talk about window treatments, they come in different designs, sizes, styles and prints. We have featured some spaces before with roman shades and we sure loved the way the shades added beauty to the homes. Today, we will show you another list with roman shades and this time, it is for the dining room.

Roman shades are simple window treatments that can be folded and kept to allow light to enter or can be drawn down if privacy is needed or one wants to prevent sunlight glare. We have seen different dining rooms with roman shades and we decided to make a list out of it. If you are planning to put up roman shades for your dining room, then the list below will be a good source of inspiration.

roman shades dining

1. Watersound House, Seagrove, Florida

Watersound House, Seagrove, Florida

Daniel M Martin, Architect LLC

Don’t you love the beachy feel of this dining space? And it has windows all around it with roman shades.

2. Eclectic Dining Room

Eclectic Dining Room

Hunter Douglas Designer Roman shades

Beautiful roman shades design paired with drapes- a good idea to add life to your windows.

3. Contemporary Gem

Contemporary Gem

SGH Designs inc.

White roman shades would look good in any space and in whatever color scheme.

4. Harvey Cedars

Harvey Cedars

Serenity Design

Love the view outside! The colors of the dining chairs are pretty too and the design of the window treatments is just perfect.

5. Rustic Kitchen

Rustic Kitchen

Ami Designs

Floral printed roman shades that match the throws is a good idea too!

6. Monticello Drive

Monticello Drive

V Fine Homes

Look at this one. It has three panels wherein the center one is bigger.

7. Historic Cambridge Remodel

Historic Cambridge Remodel

Landmark Services Inc

I like the colorful throw pillows here and the humble roman shades too.

8. Manakin Sabot Dining Room

Manakin Sabot Dining Room

Kathy Corbet Interiors

You can bring in prints to a dining room through the curtains like this one.

9. KH Window Fashions, Inc.

KH Window Fashions, Inc.

KH Window Fashions, Inc.

French country style window treatments that occupies the entire window.

10. The Preserve – Informal Eating Area

The Preserve - Informal Eating Area

Addison Design

The roman shades here is a combination of prints and plains.

11. Levolor Classic Roman Shade

Levolor Classic Roman Shade


Aside from the roman shade, drapes were also added to the large window.

12. Hunter Douglas Contemporary Living Window Treatments and Draperies

Hunter Douglas Contemporary Living Window Treatments and Draperies

Accent Window Fashions LLC

A serene dining space with windows around it. The roman shades are under the window canopy.

13. Window Coverings

Window Coverings

Studio Home

Lovely window coverings here! It also has one for the door too.

14. Breakfast Room

Breakfast Room

Lindsay von Hagel

The roman shades added appeal to this dining room with wooden dining set that sits on an area rug.

15. Contemporary Dining Room

Contemporary Dining Room

Jessica La Grange

Floral printed roman shades looks pretty even it is just for a single panel.

16. Kitchens


DJan Gleysteen Architects, Inc

A curvy bench has three windows graced with floral roman shades in neutral tone.

17. Maria & Jim’s Adventurous Victorian

Maria & Jim's Adventurous Victorian


How about a map as roman shades? It would look amazing like this one!

18. Wimbledon


Godrich Interiors

You can also use an entire fabric to cover the whole window instead of separate panels.

19. Shady Grove Kitchen

Shady Grove Kitchen

Anna Lattimore Interior Design

Green and white roman shades for a small dining space looks pretty nice.

20. Marin Family Home

Marin Family Home

Jute Interior Design

The roman shades here have geometric prints in green.

So, what can you say? The dining rooms above are a mix of various styles from modern to traditional ones. For sure, you were able to get some ideas on how you can add roman shades to your space especially if the window design is similar to that in the photos. You can also see other lists we have created that shows how they used roman shades in their spaces.