Whether you are looking for machine or hand finished curtains, our team is able to make them to your desired style, offering different looks to suit your needs.
We offer a full service that includes measuring, design advice, fabric supply, making, and installation.
The finished appearance is similar to that of eyelet curtains but the fabric hangs directly below the track in a neat and uniform style.
Eyelet heading is a contemporary alternative for use with curtain poles, folding curtains into large even pleats.
Tab Top is a contemporary heading suitable for curtain poles. Tabs are always made in the same fabric as the curtains.
Double Pinch pleat curtains have pleats sewn in to the fabric and are suited to light/medium weight fabrics.
Triple Pinch pleat curtains tend to be used in a more formal, elegant setting. They are ideal for heavier fabrics or larger windows as they are able to carry the additional weight of the fabric.
Goblet headings are one of the most luxurious curtain headings and, like triple pleat headings, are ideal for larger windows or heavier fabrics.
The Pencil Pleat heading is a traditional yet informal style which is ideal for curtains with a shorter drop.
Measuring the width is simple. If you have a track, measure the full length of the track, and for a pole measure the length excluding the end pieces (finals).
If you don’t yet have a pole or track, please refer to our Track & Poles page for measuring information.
The finished length is the measurement from the very top of the curtain to the bottom hem.
Firstly, decide on where you would like your curtains to fall, this is your bottom hem position.
The diagram shows suggested lengths for both sill, and floor length curtains.
Always measure the length to the left, right and centre of your pole/track. Where the measurements vary, choose the length that suits best.
If you’re unsure what style you want, or how to measure for your chosen style, please contact us for a free consultation.
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