In this photo you can see a set of custom made pinch pleat curtains with contrast covered buttons. Also, to further compliment the curtains, this customer decided to have bespoke scatter cushions to match.
This photograph shows a set of custom made panelled eyelet curtains, the panels are then complimented by a made to measure roman blind. To keep the modern feel, ‘Hole in the Wall Curtains’ has also supplied the customer with matching wallpaper and scatter cushions.
IMPORTANT: Where possible we recommend that custom made curtains are measured and hung by a professional fitter.
Measuring Curtain Width
Measure the track or pole (a) and not the window. The track or pole should extend beyond each side of your window to enable your curtains to be pulled well back during the day. The usual allowance is at least 15.2cm (6″) of track either side of the window, you may need to add more for very wide windows. If a curtain overlap is required add (b) plus (c) for the final track width. [read more]
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First, decide where the pole or track is to be positioned – this can either be on the window frame or above it on the wall.
Measuring the Width
Measure the required width (A), taking into account the space needed for the curtains to be drawn back either side of the window (B). We recommend at least 15.2cm (6″). This measurement will increase for wider windows to allow the curtains to draw back away from the window. [read more]