We make curtains and soft furnishings especially for you to make the most of your home.
We are often asked to adjust or remake curtains to fit a new home and are always happy to do so, if possible; a bonus in this economical climate! In some cases it is a question of simply shortening curtains which can be quite quick and inexpensive. In other cases, however, where the fabric is damaged or the curtain needs to be re-made, you need to bare in mind that it can take as much time as starting afresh, although you will be saving the cost of buying new fabric. We have also been asked to make Roman Blinds out of existing pairs of curtains, which has proven to be very successful. We are always happy to advise.
You buy it and we make it!
Once you have chosen your fabric for your project, it can be delivered directly to me.
During our initial visit we will have chosen specifics including, which fittings you require, choice of linings and headings, I will then make your order for you.
All our curtains have hand stitched hems and weighted corners. They can be blackout lined for children's rooms, simply lined for kitchens and bathrooms or interlined for a sumptuous, luxurious look - ideal for a lounge or dining room. If your house is cold or drafty, thermal interlining is ideal as this helps to eliminate drafts, keeps the house warmer and provides excellent sound deadening qualities.
To ensure we deliver window dressings that meet your needs, we can visit you in your home to discuss your requirements and measure up any windows and doors. You choose the fabric you would like and we can advise you on the practicalities. We can also help you find styles that will suit your home and your personality.
All our blinds are specifically made to order. We can make Roman or Roller blinds to complement any setting and colour scheme.
Blinds can be lined with either standard curtain lining or specialised linings such as blackout, thermal or coloured.
See our Gallery section for more examples of some of the curtains and blinds we have made.
See also our FAQ swction for the 'HOW TO GUIDES...'