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- Min Width: 640mm Max Width: 6100mm
- Min Drop: 300mm Max Drop: 3200mm
- Fabric Composition: 84% Polyester, 16% Cotton
- Guarantee: 5 Years
- Fabric Lining: Fully lined as standard, blackout and thermal lining available.
- Fullness: All headings are supplied with double fullness except pinch pleat which is one and three quarter width fullness.
- Finish: Supplied with mitred corners for a neat finish and bottom weights.
- Available as a pair or single curtains.
Plain / Textured
5 Year Guarantee
We are so confident in the blinds and curtains we supply, that we have extended the standard one year manufacturer's guarantee to five years at no extra cost. The finer details of this guarantee can be viewed here.
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Getting the correct size for your new curtains is easy with our simple-to-follow guide.
Measuring the Width
To get the correct width measure the curtain track (fig 1) or pole (fig 2) (excluding finials) and not the window. If a new track or pole is to be fitted, we recommend extending approximately 150mm past the window on both sides and 150mm above the window.
If your curtain track has an overlap (fig 3), take a measurement of the track width and add this to the overlap to get the correct total width (A plus B).
If wave heading is selected ensure the curtains will be fitted to a wave track with gliders spaced at 80mm.
Measuring the Drop
For pencil and pinch pleat curtains which are to be fitted to a curtain track measure from the top of the track (fig 4) to the finished curtain drop. For pencil and pinch pleat curtains which are to be fitted to a curtain pole (fig 5) measure from the bottom of the pole ring eyelet to the finished curtain drop.
Eyelet heading curtains are suitable for poles 28mm in diameter and the centre of the eyelet has a diameter of 40mm. Measure from the top of the curtain pole (fig 6) to the finished curtain drop and add 40mm to this measurement to allow for the material above the eyelets.
For wave curtains measure from the bottom of the track profile (fig 7) to the finished curtain drop.
We recommend allowing 15mm between the bottom of the curtain and the floor, window sill or radiator.
Please note, if fitting eyelet curtains to a wooden pole the eyelets may scratch the pole.
Hanging your new curtains is easy with our simple-to-follow guide.
Pencil Pleat Curtains
Identify the left and right hand curtains ensuring that the join in the curtains is on the outer edge (fig 1). Tie the header tape cords on the inner edge of the curtain and pull the header tape cords from the outer edge evenly to create the pleats. Tie the header tape cords on the outer edge and secure behind the header tape, do not cut the header tape cords.
Insert the hooks evenly along the header tape. If fitting to a curtain track use the middle or bottom pencil pleat tape (fig 2 B or C), if fitting to a curtain pole use the top pencil pleat tape (fig 2 A). Once both curtains have been gathered and hooks inserted, your curtains are ready to hang.
Pinch Pleat Curtains
Identify the left and right hand curtains ensuring that the join in the curtains is on the outer edge (fig 1). Pinch Pleat curtains will arrive with stab hooks already in position for fitting to a pole. If fitting to a track, you will need to re-align the hooks. Identify where the stab hooks need to be positioned so that the track is covered by the curtain, usually 9cm from the top of the curtain (fig 3). Ensure the stab hooks do not go through the face of the fabric when re-positioning. Your curtains are now ready to hang.
Identify the left and right hand curtains ensuring that the join in the curtains is on the outer edge (fig 1). Eyelet curtains are supplied and secured into pleats. Simply slide each curtain onto the pole ensuring the last eyelet is between the finial and the first bracket securing the pole.