Pinoleum conservatory shades can be roller-mounted in limited lengths, but a Roman-fold is more typical. In conservatories without a clerestory (transom) level, care must be taken to ensure that the folds will fit in the space between the top of our concealed insect screen housing and the underside of the rafters. The length and fold size of the shade controls the dimension, but a minimum of 5 inches of clearance is needed for a fold and the mounting bar.
Pinoleum can have a natural or painted finish including custom colors. Natural finishes are susceptible to darkening from sunlight.
Note: A high humidity environment may not be ideal for this fabric, because of the possibility of mold and mildew.