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Always measure the curtain track or pole width, not the window. If fitting a new track or pole, this should extend 15cm to 30cm either side of the window (to allow the curtains to be stacked back off the window) and 12cm to 15cm above the window recess.
If you have a rail with a centre overlap, measure the rail as above then measure the overlap and add the two measurements together.
For any bespoke requirements please call / email us and we'd be happy to provide a quotation.
Curtains are best hung either to the floor, to a sill or below the sill. We recommend tha curtains finish either: - A 1cm above the floor B 15-20cm below the sill (or 2cm above the radiator) C 1cm above the sill
Always measure in at least 3 positions across the trackor pole as floors and sills are rarely level. To avoid curtains dragging across the floor or sill we recommend you use the shortest of these 3 measurements.
Please Select a heading option. Hooks will be supplied with Goblet, Triple Pleat, Double Pleat, Pencil Pleat headings to hang your curtains.
Linings serve many purposes, including blocking out light, soundproofing, or insulating a window. Choosing the best lining depends on why you want to line the curtains. Thermal lining is best for insulating a window against drafts. Blackout lining is specially made of thick material that prohibits light from passing through. Normal White or Ivory Lining will add fullness to your curtain and create a better feel and quality.
Interlining is an extra layer of fabric placed between the main fabric and the lining. By adding a layer of interlining the feel of your curtain will become thick and sumptuous. This extra layer not only adds to the handle of the curtain its increase in thickness makes it more insulating.
Co-ordinating Tiebacks : You can select either Un-piped (plain) or Self Piped (piped)
Co-ordinating Soft Straight Lined Valances are available in 4 heading styles
All our valances are supplied ready to be fitted and can be fitted to a Valance Track using curtain/pin hooks or fixed to an existing Valance Board using velcro (supplied).
Please measure the valance rail width (not the curtain track width). This is normally 30cm wider than the curtain rail it is fitted to, due to the returns on either end.
As a rule of thumb, a straight valance has a drop measuring 1/6 the curtain drop, but ultimately it is down to your suitability.
Piping is an extra rolled trim were you put an extra cord filled layer of fabric into the seam for extra definition. Your selected fabric will be used in the piping.
Please enter the overall finished width of the blind. Our Roman Blinds are corded and supplied with delux headrails with a chain operated system.
Enter the overall finished length of the blind top to bottom. Please note all our blinds will be made in accordance with BS EN 13120 child safety regulations.
Based on the Roman blind drop you provide we will produce
The bottom of the chain loop/cord must be fixed to the wall with the approved Child Safety device (included with your order).
When measuring for blinds please use a metal tape measure as cloth or plastic tape measures may stretch. Always quote sizes in millimetres.
Lining’s serve many purposes including, blocking out light, soundproofing, or insulating a window. Choosing the best lining depends on why you want to line the Roman Blind.
Blackout lining is specially made of a thick material that prohibits light from passing through. Normal White or Ivory Lining will add fullness to your roman blind and create a better feel and quality.
Whatever your lining choice our Roman Blinds are made using bonded interlinings as standard . Interlining is an extra layer of fabric placed between the main fabric and the lining. By adding a layer of interlining the feel of your roman blind will become thick and sumptuous. This extra layer not only adds to the handle of the roman blind its increase in thickness makes it more insulating.
If you are measuring your blind based on fabric width only
Please note : The width of the roller blind fabric is approximately 35mm less than the overall blind size.
Please choose a normal fitting bracket or an extension bracket. We offer two bracket options, one a standard bracket which has a 10mm fabric projection and an extra long bracket which provides a greater projection of 50mm to clear handles and other such obstructions. Both brackets are universal and can be fixed to the wall, ceiling or the side wall.