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Makers of top quality custom made bay window curtain tracks

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    Makers of top quality custom made bay window curtain tracks

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Curtain Styles

After almost 30 years in the made to measure curtain business. These curtain styles just below have accounted for more than 95% of our sales.

So in the spirit of keeping things easy and simple. We decided it makes sense to offer you reviews and advice on each these curtain headings. Click on any of the images below to discover more about each of these curtain headings.

Our curtain styles

What goes into making your curtains?

sewing machine
    Not all curtains are made equal and there are some major differences. So I have made some list for you to look at and think about before you commit to ordering any new curtains.
  • Are you going to go for hand sewn curtains or machine made curtains? Cost will be big factor in deciding this. Often it is hard to see the difference between machine and hand sewn. We will only hand sew your curtains if the fabric is difficult to machine sew. Then we would hand saw the bottom hem and side seams.


  • Will your new curtains  be lined or not. If so what kind of curtain linings should you choose?  I recommend blackout linings in all curtains as it gives them a more quality feel and weight. As well as obviously blocking out the light through the fabric.

  • Will your curtains be made with curtain weights?  Does this really matter or not you may ask. Well it can make a big difference to some curtains. On heavy weight fabrics it won't really make a difference if they are weighted in the hem or not. With lighter fabrics such as silk it will make a difference. If you are having over long curtains that break or pool onto the floor.  Then it will make no difference whatsoever.

  • Some online curtain makers only offer a limited number of curtain styles. Such as pencil pleating tape or eyelet curtains. As you can see above we have a great range on curtain heading style option.

Blackout curtains

Choosing blackout curtains is a great option even if it is not in a bedroom. Using blackout curtains in your living room is another good idea. Now that most people have big screen TV's it can make a huge difference on a sunny day. Even if you only partially close the curtains to take the glare off the screen. Also, like I said earlier it just makes the curtains feel more substantial regardless of the fabric you choose.

With our made to measure curtains you can choose to have any of the fabrics to be made up with a blackout lining fabric. Or you can choose from our dedicated range of blackout fabrics. These special fabrics are made with a blackout backing on the fabric. So you don't need to add a blackout lining. 

Another great thing about these blackout curtain fabrics. Is that they come in widths from 280cm to 300cm. This meanswe can use them sideways (railroad).  So the sides of the fabric become the top and bottom of your curtain. This means we can make your curtains as wide as you want with no seams.

Another really great things is that it reduces the cost of making your curtains. Only one layer of fabric to be sewn. Also, no added cost for a separate curtain lining fabric. This can make a huge difference to the cost of your curtains on wide windows such as bay windows or patio/bifold doors. 

Curtain tracks and poles

Another really important decision you will need to make is the curtain hardware. Are you going to hang your new curtains from your existing tracks or poles?

It may pay to upgrade your hardware at the same time and buying new curtains. Especially if your tracks or poles have been up for many years. Or if you have a plastic track in place over your window.

We only sell quality metal tracks (hand draw or corded) and guarantee them for 10 years. It would be a shame to hang new curtains on badly performing tracks or poles. You will end up dragging your new curtains across your window. Rather than them gliding smoothly. This will take it toll on your new curtains over a year or two. 

So if the budget will stretch adding hardware now will mean your curtains lasting and looking good for many years to come. You can see what we have over on the curtain tracks and poles page here.

Curtain Styles

After almost 30 years in the made to measure curtain business. These curtain styles just below have accounted for more than 95% of our sales.

So in the spirit of keeping things easy and simple. We decided it makes sense to offer you reviews and advice on each these curtain headings. Click on any of the images below to discover more about each of these curtain headings.

Our curtain styles

What goes into making your curtains?

sewing machine
    Not all curtains are made equal and there are some major differences. So I have made some list for you to look at and think about before you commit to ordering any new curtains.
  • Are you going to go for hand sewn curtains or machine made curtains? Cost will be big factor in deciding this. Often it is hard to see the difference between machine and hand sewn. We will only hand sew your curtains if the fabric is difficult to machine sew. Then we would hand saw the bottom hem and side seams.


  • Will your new curtains  be lined or not. If so what kind of curtain linings should you choose?  I recommend blackout linings in all curtains as it gives them a more quality feel and weight. As well as obviously blocking out the light through the fabric.

  • Will your curtains be made with curtain weights?  Does this really matter or not you may ask. Well it can make a big difference to some curtains. On heavy weight fabrics it won't really make a difference if they are weighted in the hem or not. With lighter fabrics such as silk it will make a difference. If you are having over long curtains that break or pool onto the floor.  Then it will make no difference whatsoever.

  • Some online curtain makers only offer a limited number of curtain styles. Such as pencil pleating tape or eyelet curtains. As you can see above we have a great range on curtain heading style option.

Blackout curtains

Choosing blackout curtains is a great option even if it is not in a bedroom. Using blackout curtains in your living room is another good idea. Now that most people have big screen TV's it can make a huge difference on a sunny day. Even if you only partially close the curtains to take the glare off the screen. Also, like I said earlier it just makes the curtains feel more substantial regardless of the fabric you choose.

With our made to measure curtains you can choose to have any of the fabrics to be made up with a blackout lining fabric. Or you can choose from our dedicated range of blackout fabrics. These special fabrics are made with a blackout backing on the fabric. So you don't need to add a blackout lining. 

Another great thing about these blackout curtain fabrics. Is that they come in widths from 280cm to 300cm. This meanswe can use them sideways (railroad).  So the sides of the fabric become the top and bottom of your curtain. This means we can make your curtains as wide as you want with no seams.

Another really great things is that it reduces the cost of making your curtains. Only one layer of fabric to be sewn. Also, no added cost for a separate curtain lining fabric. This can make a huge difference to the cost of your curtains on wide windows such as bay windows or patio/bifold doors. 

Curtain tracks and poles

Another really important decision you will need to make is the curtain hardware. Are you going to hang your new curtains from your existing tracks or poles?

It may pay to upgrade your hardware at the same time and buying new curtains. Especially if your tracks or poles have been up for many years. Or if you have a plastic track in place over your window.

We only sell quality metal tracks (hand draw or corded) and guarantee them for 10 years. It would be a shame to hang new curtains on badly performing tracks or poles. You will end up dragging your new curtains across your window. Rather than them gliding smoothly. This will take it toll on your new curtains over a year or two. 

So if the budget will stretch adding hardware now will mean your curtains lasting and looking good for many years to come. You can see what we have over on the curtain tracks and poles page here.