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Fabric Options / Tie Backs

Our smart tailored curtains create five star style in the nursery. Our curtains are fully lined and are 100% cotton and machine washable for extra convenience.

  • Available in 4 lovely Curtain Styles
  • Easy to hang
  • Made with the finest quality 100% Cotton fabrics..
  • Lined in Poly Cotton or Blockout

Equally at home in a classic or contemporary room, our curtains are the perfect frame for your window.

Pencil Pleat

This is the most widely available and most popular heading style. Pencil pleat is a versatile, unobtrusive heading. It can look elegant or informal depending on the fabric chosen.
The tightness or amount of pleats is dependent on the amount of gather allowed. We recommend at least two times gather for this style of heading. 

 

Eylets

Eyelets add a touch of chic, contemporary style to your curtains.

Eyelet curtains form concertina style pleats which makes them ideal for door curtains as they will stack back very neatly.

 

Tab Top

Tab top curtains enjoyed a long time at the top of the curtain heading charts in the eighties and nineties. They seem to have waned in popularity since the advent of eyelet heading which is a shame. A tab top heading is highly versatile: it can look informal or elegant depending on the fabric.

 

Pencil Pleat

If you intend to order this type of heading accurate measuring is essential! The spacing of the pleats is calculated for each customer's measurements ensuring that the pleats are evenly distributed across the curtain and that the correct amount of fullness is achieved. Pinch pleats are best hung from a pole.

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