Tips & Advice

Curtains can be accessorised with matching tie backs, either piped or unpiped or hold-backs which are part of the tracks & poles range.
It's a trick of the eye, but if there is enough wall space either side of the window, then add an extra 35-45cm to the length of the curtain pole. This way the Curtains sit wider than the window when pulled back, giving a bigger view of the outside.
Decide if you are co-ordinating patterns or colours? If it is the pattern that is the hero, then choose similar designs in different scales or pick out a single element in the curtain fabric and replicate it with the blind. If you choose to co-ordinate a colour palette, then choose a dominant colour from the curtain pattern and bring it through in the blind.

Heading Styles

Pinch Pleat

Pleats sewn into the heading for a decorative finish.

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Pencil Pleat

Traditional Curtain heading which adds a luxurious touch to a room.

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Eyelet

A contemporary style which creates large even pleats.

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Linings

Cotton Sateen

Lightweight standard lining which gives a quality handle to your chosen face fabric

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Blackout

Blocks out light completely for an ideal solution for bedrooms.

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Thermal

A heavyweight lining offering thermal advantages to the Curtains.

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Curtain Accessories

Metal Poles and Finals

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Wooden Poles and Finals

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Holdbacks

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Tie Backs

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Cushions

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