Handmade curtains will last decades and can change the tone of a room in one fell swoop.
We offer a range of heading types from simple pencil pleat to hand finished French pleats. Whether you are looking for a track, wooden pole or metal rod, we are able to advise on the best solution for your window, door or room partition.
Each bespoke item is beautifully made in our workshops by professionals, hand finished with great care and attention. Our makers use traditional methods and take real pride in what they do. With made-to-measure there is no need to compromise; you can create a unique look with your choice of fabric and those important finishing touches that will complement and co-ordinate your home.
Our bespoke curtains are made with the highest quality DB1 lining as standard, a British branded lining that offers enhanced colour fastness, drape and insulation. The hems are weighted and the curtains are usually interlined with natural cotton interlining for added warmth and luxuriousness. Blackout curtains are great for bedrooms while unlined voile curtains give a touch of privacy while still letting the light in.
We offer a variety of different headings, which give a different feel to your made to measure curtains, from formal French pleats, handstitched for a luxurious, tailored look to pencil pleats made with 3” or 6” tape to suit all types of track or pole.
We can advise on and supply tracks or poles best suited to your project including treatments for bay and curved windows.
The importance of having well-fitted, good quality tracks and poles cannot be stressed enough. We work with expert curtain fitters with many years’ experience in the trade who will ensure that your finished curtains perfectly fit your windows.
“Helen has been an absolute joy and inspirational to work with. The curtains and blinds are beautifully made, extremely good quality, and hang just perfectly. The process of choosing fabrics, finishes and designs was such fun and made so easy, and the results are stunning – we could not be happier, and I would highly recommend her.”
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