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Using our bespoke service you can choose from a wider variety of headings and linings. We recommend a thermal, blackout, extra-thick lining, or a cosy layer of interlining to give you lovely insulated curtains for the chilly season.

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View our measuring instructions where you can print out all the information you need. Here we've condensed our measuring instructions into these easy-to-follow videos.

Measuring for curtain poles Measuring for curtain tracks

To avoid mistakes, your curtain pole or track should be in place already. If you make calculations without a pole or track, you are more likely to get incorrect measurements. We advise you use a metal tape measure for accuracy. Measurements should be in cm to the nearest 1/2 cm.
Please double-check your measurements. 

 

Pencil Pleat
The pencil pleat - our most popular heading - is a simple and versatile heading. If you’re confused by heading choice, this is the one for you. It is smart but relaxed and versatile. You can adjust both the finished width and the height a little which means you might even find a window for them in your next home.  Upon delivery, form the curtain pleats by pulling the heading tape strings at the end. Our pencil pleats are 3” deep or 6” if your curtains are more than 250cm long.

This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.

 

Triple Pleat
The triple pleat, also known as a French pleat, is the classic formal heading and is perfect for the dining room, main bedrooms or other formal areas. If you want something special, then this is a wise choice.  Our triple pleats are 5” deep or 6” if your curtains are more than 250cm long.

This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.

Double Pleat
Think of the double as the relaxed cousin of the triple pleat. It requires less fabric than a triple pleat which means it is less expensive. This may well explain why it’s one of our best sellers.  Our double pleats are 5” deep or 6” if your curtains are more than 250cm long.

This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.

Inverted Pleat
The inverted pleat is one of the more contemporary curtain headings. It is a popular choice for its clean, neat look when drawn closed. It does require a lot of fabric to make which makes it more expensive than other headings. Due to the amount of fabric, this heading is not advisable for narrower windows as it needs a lot of space to stack back. It’s worth adding tiebacks to your order to help them stack back neatly.  Our inverted pleats are 5” deep or 6” if your curtains are more than 250cm long.

This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.

Gathered Pleat
A gathered pleat heading has a simple, relaxed country style. The ruffled top is classic, and makes for an understated finish. You can alter the width by pulling the heading tape to your desired width making it a versatile and practical choice.  It is one of the best value options because it doesn’t need much fabric to make up.  Upon delivery, form the pleats by pulling the heading tape strings at the end.  Our gathered pleats are 2.5cm (1”) deep.

This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.

Eyelet

An eyelet heading makes for a clean and contemporary look. As well as looking neat, it takes up very little space when stacked back, making your room seem spacious and modern. The eyelets are available in a range of colours to match your pole and fabric. Our standard 40mm eyelet is satin silver and is suitable for poles up to 35mm diameter. 

Please note that this heading is suitable for poles only.

Tab Tops

Our tab top headings are the simplest headings of all. The only word of warning is that they are not advised for curtains which will be drawn regularly since they do not move along poles as easily as other curtain headings.  Our standard tab measures 7cm wide by 10cm deep, and they fit all poles up to 35mm in diameter. If you have a larger pole, we are happy to enlarge the tabs accordingly – just call us. 

Please note that this heading is suitable for poles only.

Other Headings
Our experienced team can make any curtain heading so, if you can't find what you're looking for on the website, please call us.

 

Your lining choice is an important part of your purchase.  For a thick pairs of curtains that hangs beautifully, our recommendation is to choose an interlined pair of curtains if your budget stretcches that far.  Otherwise, the extra thick linings are the next best thing but at a lower price.

1. Single layer linings

Cotton lining
Our standard single layer cotton lining will protect the fabric from sunlight damage and give some extra body to your curtains.

Thermal lining
A single layer thermal lining is similar to a plain cotton lining above but is coated with an insualting layer to offer extra thermal insulation.

Blackout lining
A single layer blackout lining is similar to a plain cotton lining but it is coated with a blackout layer to keep the light out.  It makes a good choice for a bedroom but it is a also a very good thermal insulator (better than the thermal lining above in fact) and protects your fabric from sun damage, so you get three perks for the price of one. Our blackout lining is white or ivory, not black.

2. Bonded two layer linings

Extra thick thermal lining
Our extra thick thermal lining consists of a cotton lining bonded to a cotton wool-like middle lining. This double layer padded lining will help to keep the heat in and the cold out. Due to its extra weight, it also helps your curtain hang well and look fuller, a major plus point considering the price. In our opinion, these are very good reasons to choose this lining.  A lot of curtain without having to splash out.

Extra thick blackout lining
Our extra thick blackout lining consists of a blackout cotton lining bonded to a cotton wool-like middle lining. This double layer padded lining will block out all light and help to keep the heat in and the cold out. Due to its extra weight, it also helps your curtain hang well and look fuller, a major plus point considering the price. As with the extra thick thermal lining, in our opinion, this is a great buy and a good way to get a great pair of curtains without breaking the bank.


3.  Two layer linings (loose, not bonded)

Interlined & lined
Interlined curtains are the classic curtain.  The lining is made up of two layers, a standard lining (cotton, thermal or blackout as above) and a thicker cotton wool-like middle lining which is sandwiched between the main fabric and the back lining.  This thick double lining is popular because it makes your curtain look fuller and really helps your curtains to hang beautifully.  It has other benefits too such as keeping you really warm in winter, cutting out more light in the summer and providing fabric with extra protection against sun damage. The two layer lining can be heavy if you’ve used a heavy fabric as well – so make sure you have a strong pole or track in place.  A more expensive option but, because of the way they look, the extra warmth and their longevity,  a great choice of curtains for any room you spend a lot of time in or if you want your curtains to last a very long time.

Interlined & thermal
As interlined & lined but with the added advantage of a thermal back lining for extra thermal insulation.  A great choice for curtains in any room you spend a lot of time in especially drafty ones.

Interlined & blackout
As interlined & lined but with the added advantage of a blackout back lining to cut out early morning light and give the best possible thermal insulation.  We consider this lining to be the best possible choice for your bedroom curtains.

Unlined
Voiles and sheer fabrics are best left unlined so that the light can pass through them to give the desired light airy effect.  We do not recommend this for any other type of fabric because the curtains would not hang well, offer any thermal insulation and the fabric would be exposed to direct sunlight.

Other linings
Our experienced team can make any curtain lining so, if you can't find what you're looking for on the website, please call us.

Supersize Samples
If you need to see more of your fabric before you buy, you can get a supersize sample (40x40cm) and we'll refund the cost when you return it to us in the pre-paid envelope we provide. 

Measuring
Measure up for your curtains with our simple measuring instructions.  If you live in London, make life even easier with our new measuring service.

Flame Retardant Fabrics
Our fabrics aren't flame retardant. If you'd like the fabrics for your curtains or blinds to go through a flame retardant treatment for FR certification, you need to let us know before you place your order. There will be an extra charge for this. Alternatively we can also source manufactured flame retardant fabrics for your products - give us a call on 0845 5000 400 to discuss your options.

Curtain Hooks
All of our curtains are shipped complete with a set of curtain hooks fitted in the right position so you can hang your curtains up straight away.

Questions & Advice
If you have any other questions about our products, please call us on 0845 5000 400 and we’ll be happy to help.

Our curtains are tailor made by our expert seamstresses to your precise specifications. Even so, we'll deliver your curtains to you within two to three weeks - about half the time of traditional curtain makers. 

When your order is ready, we'll ship it straight out to you by courier. If you provide us with a mobile number, we'll drop you a text to give you a one-hour window in which your curtains will arrive. 

We're all about making life easy for you - so if you have a particular deadline or day that you'd like your order to arrive, give us a quick call and we'll do everything we can to help.

Note: We are exceptionally busy over the Christmas period, so fully bespoke curtains may take between three and four weeks to arrive.

I received my curtains and am absolutely delighted with them. The service, from the advice given to me over the phone, delivery when predicted and the quality of the finished product are all excellent. I will not hesitate in using you again and recommending your company to friends.
Olivia B, Wirral

My curtains arrived yesterday and look great. I just wanted to let you know that your customer service is really splendid, fantastically patient and helpful on the phone and extremely efficient.
Tracey K, London

I am very very delighted with my curtains. It was a fiddly job with such odd sizes - and you got them all right and the different colour on one side of the double sided curtain works excellently. Thank you so much for all the trouble you took to keep in touch with me and get the order exactly right.
Teresa B, London

Fully Bespoke Curtain Order Cancellations
Our aim is to make sure that you're fully satisfied with your purchase. If there's a problem with your curtains we'll always try and fix the issue, so please give us a call if you have any queries or concerns upon receiving your order.

If you do wish to cancel your fully bespoke curtain order, we're happy to offer a full refund if you cancel within 24 hours of payment being made. To do this, simply notify us by email.

If you wish to cancel your curtain order after 24 hours, we'll refund as much as we can. Because of the bespoke nature of our products, manufacturing, material and cutting costs may have been incurred. We'll retain up to 50% of the cost and refund 50% back to you.

Fully Bespoke Curtain Returns and Refunds
If on receiving your order you feel there is a significant problem with the quality of your curtains, we'll do our utmost to fix it in our workshop. Unfortunately, we're unable to accept returns where the incorrect measurements have been provided – so make sure you measure in centimetres!

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We have a wide selection of curtains for bathrooms as well as roller blinds for bathrooms. 

Having curtains for your bathroom window is a great way of insulating your bathroom, and you can add thermal lining or blackout lining to your bathroom curtains or blinds for added protection from the sun and added warmth.

Pencil Pleat
The pencil pleat - our most popular heading - is a simple and versatile heading. If you’re confused by heading choice, this is the one for you. It is smart but relaxed and versatile. You can adjust both the finished width and the height a little which means you might even find a window for them in your next home.  Upon delivery, form the curtain pleats by pulling the heading tape strings at the end.

Our pencil pleats are 3” deep or 6” if your curtains are more than 250cm long.

This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.

Goblet Pleat.  As seen in showroom.

For pencil pleat over 250cm drop

Single Pleat - As in Showroom

Cartridge Pleat - as in showrrom

Slot Top pocket heading.

as seen in showroom

Triple Pleat
The triple pleat, also known as a French pleat, is the classic formal heading and is perfect for the dining room, main bedrooms or other formal areas. If you want something special, then this is a wise choice.

Our triple pleats are 5” deep or 6” if your curtains are more than 250cm long.

This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.

Double Pleat
Think of the double as the relaxed cousin of the triple pleat. It requires less fabric than a triple pleat which means it is less expensive. This may well explain why it’s one of our best sellers.

Our double pleats are 5” deep or 6” if your curtains are more than 250cm long.

This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.

Inverted Pleat
The inverted pleat is one of the more contemporary curtain headings. It is a popular choice for its clean, neat look when drawn closed. It does require a lot of fabric to make which makes it more expensive than other headings. Due to the amount of fabric, this heading is not advisable for narrower windows as it needs a lot of space to stack back. It’s worth adding tiebacks to your order to help them stack back neatly.

Our inverted pleats are 5” deep or 6” if your curtains are more than 250cm long.

This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.

Gathered Pleat
A gathered pleat heading has a simple, relaxed country style. The ruffled top is classic, and makes for an understated finish. You can alter the width by pulling the heading tape to your desired width making it a versatile and practical choice.  It is one of the best value options because it doesn’t need much fabric to make up.  Upon delivery, form the pleats by pulling the heading tape strings at the end.

Our gathered pleats are 2.5cm (1”) deep.

This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.

Eyelet
An eyelet heading makes for a clean and contemporary look. As well as looking neat, it takes up very little space when stacked back, making your room seem spacious and modern. The eyelets are available in a range of colours to match your pole and fabric. Our standard 40mm eyelet is satin silver and is suitable for poles up to 35mm diameter.

Please note that this heading is suitable for poles only.

Tab Tops
Our tab top headings are the simplest headings of all. The only word of warning is that they are not advised for curtains which will be drawn regularly since they do not move along poles as easily as other curtain headings.

Our standard tab measures 7cm wide by 10cm deep, and they fit all poles up to 35mm in diameter. If you have a larger pole, we are happy to enlarge the tabs accordingly – just call us.

Please note that this heading is suitable for poles only.

The Classic.

French pleat or triple pleat is a smart formal classic heading.   The curtain falls into very elegant folds that can be easily dressed.

Our standard triple pleats are 5” deep. If your curtains are very long, we'll make the pleat 6" to keep the proportions of your curtains perfect.

Suitable for both poles and tracks.

A more relaxed cousin of the triple pleat.

Traditional but a little less formal than the triple pleat, our standard double pleats are 5” deep.  If your curtains are very long, we'll make the pleat 6" to keep the proportions of your curtains perfect.

Suitable for both poles and tracks.

Smart, formal and a little out of the ordinary. With its minimalist front face, this makes for a modern, contemporary look.