- Fully made to measure
- 60% Cotton, 40% Polyester
- Maximum width 6,400mm, maximum drop 6,400mm
- Minimum width 400mm, minimum drop 400mm
- Available in Eyelet, Pinch pleat, Pencil Pleat and Wave heading
- Sewn in weights in bottom corners for better draping
- High Quality Sewn finish
- Dry Clean only
Denver Fog Curtain
With its pure smoky grey hue and subtle weave-like cotton texture, this fabric is perfect for adding a cool and sophisticated style into any room’s décor.
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Plains & Textures
Eyelet - Eyelet curtains can only be fitted to poles. They have a metal ring stamped into the top of the fabric available in 5 colours and 2 sizes. Eyelet rings are spaced evenly across the header with 30mm of fabric above.
Pencil Pleat - Pencil pleat curtains can be fitted to a pole or track. This heading is available in 2 sizes, 3 inch and 6 inch pleats. The curtain arrives flat with cords for you to pull to create evenely spaced pleats and has 3 hook positions at the back.
Double/Triple pinch pleat - Pinch pleat curtains can be fitted to a pole or a track. This header style has permenant sewn in pleats available in 4 inch or 6 inch sizes. A gliding hook at 100mm allows you to set the perfect position.
Wave - Wave Curtains use a modern alternative to a Curtain heading, guiding the Curtains along a special wave curtain track to create a uniform, ripple effect. Track is provided with curtain.
This is the length of the pleat at the top of the curtian header. For pencil and pinch pleat
Curtain lining is a backing fabric that is sewn into the back of your chosen decorative fabric. Lining is important to help with your preffered light filtering option. It also helps with heat retention and protects the decorative fabric from fading, giving it a longer life span.
Available in 3 options - House Twill, Satin and Blackout/Thermal
Interlining is a thick felt material that sits between the decorative front fabric and your chosen lining. Interlining makes your curtains feel more full and thicker without adding too much weight. It also greatly improves the curtains thermal properties.