If you ever doubted the power of window treatments to add the perfect finish to a room, here is a recent project. Often the window treatment is the last thing we do when we decorate a room, but a room is just not complete until the “curtain call” , and often the show stopper ! Beautiful drapery curtains, even the most simple, are an all-time favorite way to finish a window. There is something about the way they frame a window, the perfect borders to a beautiful garden or view, like framing a perfect picture, and drapes are an investment for the home.
When chosen correctly a window treatment gives a finishing touch to any room. It pulls the elements of décor together and helps define the overall theme.
Ceilings can look surprisingly beautiful, give a room the true grandeur it deserves with a tented ceiling. A fabric-draped ceiling creates a dramatic and romantic atmosphere. Elegant swags cascading outward from a central hub is an elegant design. This design can also be used effectively in a master bedroom with vaulted or high ceilings. Gentle rolling waves of fabric can be installed across a lower ceiling for a similar soft, billowy texture.
Pricing Guide for Curtains
Pricing Guide for Blinds
A classic curtain heading which never dates.
The pleat consists of three folds which create a beautiful even drape.
A more contemporary take on the classic triple pleat. Still drapes beautifully but uses less fabric for a more chic finish
The standard curtain tape, producing a continual row of small pleats.
The curtain hangs in a random fashion for a more informal effect.
A very modern heading, the eyelets are set in the fabric and the pole threads through the eyelets.The curtain hangs in an undulating wave for a simple contemporary feel.
The eyelets are available in various colour’s.
A contemporary finish giving a sleek curtain, requiring minimal stacking space.
The wave curtain hangs in the same way as the eyelet and is a good alternative for those windows where eyelets are not possible, also very cost effective.
It is a very modern sleek look and may require specialist pole/track and tape.
If you happy with the quick quote then we can further proceed with more details for your approval and select a fabric with you.
Joining the latest in fabric fashion and becoming the new “it” creature of the year is the butterfly! Butterflies are not particularly new to the fabric or fashion scene, we have always seen them gracing prints in a whimsical way, but for autumn/ winter 2013 they will be creating a surreal style as motifs in kaleidoscopic patterns, translucent overlaid wings and saturated colours, use the butterfly as an icon of the pure elements. Incorporate into your existing interior design and bring a splash of fashion as an accent addition.