Sheer curtains – the perfect made to measure solution!

Posted by on Oct 30, 2012 in Curtains | No Comments

When I mention made to measure sheer curtains in client consultations I often get the feeling that I have somehow, Dynamo style, mystically transplanted the thought of some horrible 1970’s Brighton B&B into their mind, complete with frilly net curtains crudely strung between those horrible net wires in the downstairs windows. If the alarm bells ...

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Dormer Window Curtains

Posted by on Sep 11, 2012 in Case Studies, Curtains, Roman Blinds | No Comments

Now we’ve written about dormer window challenges in previous blogs and so last Thursday’s installation in a charming village just south of Bath was interesting because in one house – in two adjoining rooms in fact – we tackled two quite different way of dressing these notoriously tricky spaces. In this blog we investigate how dormer window ...

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Curtains with box pleat pelmets

Posted by on Apr 29, 2012 in Case Studies, Curtains | No Comments

An expectant friend recently got in touch with us for some help with the window treatments for her master bedroom – which she and her husband had spent the previous few months lovingly refurbishing in preparation for their new arrival. The immediate priority was to address the issue of the sun beaming through their south ...

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Monochrome or Pastel?

“Nothing adds drama to your decor like a monochrome palette” says Katrina Burroughs in today’s Sunday Times. She starts her article by saying that she’s open to being thrilled by the pastels that are dominating this spring’s interiors collections, but then lambasts their “wan, sugery hues” for making a drama out of coffee spots and ...

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Roses are In, this Spring

Posted by on Mar 12, 2012 in Curtains, Roman Blinds | No Comments

As featured in Home News, by Ben Spriggs in the Life Style Interiors section of this Sunday’s Times Magazine, it would seem that the interiors world is currently in love with roses. The “bright, blowsy and quintessentially British flower can be found everywhere from cushions to china and curtains to candles this spring” he writes.

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A heady mix of embroidered linen and vertical blinds down at Canary Wharf

Another day down at Canary Wharf, this time blending the old with the new in this uber contemporary cityscape. A duplex apartment in Pan Peninsula with stunning floor to ceiling windows called for a clinical, contemporary look to compliment and augment rather than clutter the minimalist living areas. There was a small practical issue though. ...

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Combining curtains, sheers and blinds for a perfect soft furnishing solution

Another week, and another installation at Canary Wharf – this time at Belgrave Court, Westferry Circus. Quite an interesting one as it draws together a few different products from the world of soft furnishings – that work so well in apartments. Silhouette Shades for the Closet and Study: I’m going to be honest and say ...

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