Shade is either flat or a hobble effect. Shade is made with fullness in length only. Depending on style chosen some Romans bunch as they are raised until trained. Face of shade does NOT wrap around headrail returns.
Shade has fullness in width and length. Balloons are usually puffier looking and the stack of this shade is also quite bulky. Dressing of shade is usually required when raise or lowered. Its finished appearance is very soft and usually considered formal or feminine. If the shade will be installed inside of a window casing, an expectation should be set with the client regarding the light leakage or lack of coverage that may occur due to location of the short point of the shade. Face of shade DOES wrap around headrail returns.
Shade has fullness in width and length. The fullness added to the width is very small compared to the fullness in the length. The fullness to the length is achieved by shirring the fabric vertically, with a shirring tape. Shirring tapes will be visible from the reverse side. This shade style is usually very formal looking and often unlined because of its bulk when stacked. Face of shade does NOT wrap around returns.