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Choose from triple or double pleated, goblet, cartridge and puff ball headings
– Triple pleats give the curtains a crisp, elegant heading
– Double pleats use a little less fabric than triple
– Goblet pleats are for a more traditional, but sophisticated look
– Cartridge pleats make for a more contemporary and simpler treatment
– Puff ball heading gives a soft look. Really nice on dress curtains in particular.
Trimmings on leading edges of curtains or on the bottom edge of Roman blinds really add a touch of elegance or fun! Choose from beaded, pompom, fringe and many other beautiful trimmings which colour coordinate with your soft furnishings.
Soft furnishings really finish off a room. They bring colour schemes together creating a pleasing and comforting environment.
I hand sew as much as possible, so that stitches are discreet and give a professional finish. Curtains and blinds may be interlined in order to drape more beautifully and to help give extra insulation to the room. Different curtain headings are available along with trimmings which add a beautiful finishing touch.
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This client has a beautiful home in Cheshire. She chose a more contemporary look by opting for Jab’s Jive fabric in a mocha colour with a textured, pleated finish
The plain straight edged pelmet gives a clean and crisp look, whilst the curtains are interlined and lined creating a warm, cosy feel.
Beautiful interlined and lined full length curtains with pelmet for this bay window in Balham. Sanderson’s Simi Pearl fabric was chosen with Sanderson’s beaded trim on lower edge of pelmet. Voile panels made from Warwick Fabric’s Anatolia to provide some privacy.
Unlined white linen curtains offering extra privacy in this white themed bedroom. Happy customer giving the thumbs up!
Triple pleated velvet curtains with trim on leading edge. Sanderson’s Chatham velvet with beaded trim. Anna French’s Tuileries wallpaper with Sanderson French Lilac paint.