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Custom create your perfect curtains from our huge range of fabrics. Our made to measure curtains are available in a wide range of styles and finishes to suit all rooms. One of our team will be happy to guide and advise you throughout the process.

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  1. Pick the fabric for your curtains. Choose from our selection of beautiful fabrics to transform your home. Whether you’re looking for something bold or classic, we’ve got a material for you.
  2. Choose 'Curtains'. Let us know that you are looking for curtains by clicking your preferred option on the product page.
  3. Fill out our online form. To make your product perfect for you, we're going to need some details. By filling out the style, the measurements and the lining: you'll be able to request an accurate quote.
  4. We will be in touch. In our experience, a telephone chat allows us to get an in-depth understanding of your vision. If you prefer, this process can also be done via email; it's completely up to you.
  5. Get your quote. We will then provide a quotation and any helpful suggestions using our expertise. If you're happy to go ahead, we can start your project right away.
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We offer a full range of curtain heading types to suit your needs:

Pencil pleat

This is the most popular header style. When gathered the pleats should look like rows of pencils lying side by side. The pleats across the top of the curtain are created using a tape which is available in a variety of depths. Generally we use a 3" or 5.5" depth depending on the length of your curtains. For smaller lightweight curtains we also have a 1" or 2" available which create a gather rather than a defined pleat.

The benefits of a pencil pleat header is _flexibility. The width of the curtain can be adjusted depending on how tightly you gather them and there are also different hanging positions available on the tape.

Please note pencil pleat curtains will be sent flat to avoid creasing. All you need to do is draw up the cord to the desired width before hanging.

Triple pinch pleat

This is a hand finished heading using a stiffener called buckram to create the pleat rather than a tape which is drawn. The triple pleat is a more formal heading which creates a more luxurious tailored look. As the pleats are hand sewn there is no _flexibility to change the width if your curtains once they are made. For this reason it is really important that you provide us with the correct curtain pole length on the form.

Due to the hooks used to hang the curtains this type of header can only be used with a curtain pole not a track.

Pinch Pleat curtains require more fabric than pencil pleat to allow for fullness. As the header is also hand sewn the price of pinch pleat curtains is generally twice that of pencil pleat.

Eyelet

This header style is created using decorative metal rings which are inserted into the top of the curtain. The way the rings thread onto the pole creates a uniform modern pleat in the curtain.

Eyelets can only be used with a curtain pole and are available in 40mm, 50mm and 66m diameter. When measuring for eyelet curtains you must measure from the top of the pole to where you would like the curtain to finish. We will then add 3cm onto the length of the curtain to allow for the fabric that will sit above the pole.

A range of colours and finishes are available.

Can't see the header you had in mind? Let us know! The above styles are simply our most popular options.

Our guide for measuring for curtains

We'll help you ensure the best fit.

Top tips:

  • We would advise fitting your pole or track before taking your measurements. The length of your pole or track should be provided as the width measurement.
  • Depending on the size of the window and space available your pole or track should extend around 15 - 20cm either side of your window, and 15cm above the window.
  • Always use a metal tape measure.

What length should I make my curtains?

  • The length you provide us with should be the finished length you would like your curtain to measure.
  • If using a track, measure from the top of the track to where you would like the curtain to finish.
  • For poles, measure from the metal eyelet on the curtain ring to where you would like the curtains to finish. Unless you would like eyelet curtains in which case measure from the top of the pole.
  • If your curtains will be sitting above a radiator, we recommend they finish 3cm above the top to allow heat to circulate into the room.

Diagram for measuring width