Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Wavey Curtains

Hello again,
I can hardly believe it's been six month since our last post - how time flys when you're working and having fun.  Over the months Debbie and I have met many new clients who have kept us busy with all sorts of soft furnishing projects for their homes.

A recent project

One of our most recent projects has involved creating curtains for a really beautiful home with huge windows and doors and a contemporary style. 

Our clients wanted luxury looking floor length curtains which would glide effortlessly; a stylish yet discrete track; and a modern alternative to the traditional pinch, pencil pleat or goblet style headings.

In consultation with our clients, we designed the curtains using the new contemporary Wave™ curtain heading system introduced by Silent Gliss.

The system allows curtains to hang in an attractive continuous 'wave' effect which is smooth, simple and elegant. 

The end result
We hand crafted the curtains and dressed the windows using a Silent Gliss luxury Metroflat chrome curtain track incorporating the Wave™ system.
 Our clients chose a large vertical stripe fabric from Swatch Box for their living room and a wavey flocked linen from Osborne and Little for the dining room. 

The curtains hang in the wave shape folds from the moment they are dressed, and the effect is maintained whether the curtains are open or closed.

As you can see, the Wave™ curtain tracks also ensure that when they are open the curtains stack back neatly and straight.

Our clients were delighted with the end result and so were we!

If you would like to see more images of our work please visit our website and view our Portfolio which you will find in the Clients' Homes section.

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