Curved Bay Window Pelmet & Curtains

Posted by on Aug 9, 2016 in Curtains | No Comments

We seem to have tackled quite a few curved bay windows recently – templating them for everything from poles through to lath and fascias. In this case, some friends approached us to make curtains for a large (6 metre wide), compound curved bay window in their bedroom. A bay of this size needs to be templated because ...

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How to Dress an Elliptical Window

Posted by on Jun 5, 2016 in Curtains | No Comments

It was a slightly challenging brief from our interior design client. “Charlie, how do we incorporate a sheer curtain into the elliptical window in the master ensuite, to give our client a little privacy, during the day?” We were all anxious not to hide the unusual and rather beguiling shape of the window – as ...

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Lath and Fascias

On a recent home consultation we were advising our client of the various ways of spanning a 4 metre recess in their drawing room. Client had recently removed the fussy pelmets they had inherited when they had bought the property – a stunning mansion nestled in the Northamptonshire countryside, and they were keen to replace them ...

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Budget early for your new build curtains & blinds

When you’re planning home renovations or starting from scratch with a new build, it’s easy to get mired in the detail of the build – through tireless meetings with architects, builders and contractors. With money seemingly leaving your pocket like water through a sieve, the tendency is to leave soft furnishings right until the end. But ...

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Curtains for Sliding Doors

The bifold door phenomenon is now embedded in every sophisticated architect’s brief when it comes to designing uber chic, contemporary kitchen and living room spaces, and in recent blogs on bifold doors we’ve discussed the various benefits of these innovative systems. However talk to any bifold door manufacturer, and they will tell you that, with this ...

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