Bespoke curtain workshop

How We Make our Curtains

Lined
Inter-lined roman blind with contrast black-out lining
The lining is hand locked on the seams, hand-hemmed and has hand-slip-stitched sides.
Interlined
Interlining is locked to the face fabric, and the lining is then locked to the interlining, to connect the three layers together. Interlining produces a much softer look and rounded folds. It's also a wonderful insulation, and, together with the lining, protects the face fabric from light damage.

If there are more than one pair of curtains in the room, we will usually match the tops of the curtains, so they flow around the room. If the windows do not match or line up, then we will adjust accordingly, so the pattern still flows.

How We Make Our Blinds

Lined
How to make a lined curtain
The lining is hand-locked to the face cloth, so no stitches are visible on the front. The sides are then hand-slip-stitched. We will position the blind on the fabric in the best place to utilise the pattern, unless you specify otherwise.
Interlined
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The interlining is hand-locked through all layers without stitches being visible on the front. The sides are then hand-slip-stitched. An interlined roman blind has softer folds and does take up more space due to the extra layer, but acts as a good insulator. Again, we will position the blind on the fabric in the best place to utilise the pattern, unless you specify otherwise.

We always pattern-match blinds and blind boxes so they flow seamlessly, and if there are more than one in a room, we will match accordingly.