Voiles as eyelet curtains

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Voiles usually need lots of gather to avoid looking skimpy.  These eyelets headed voiles look smart and modern and the heading panel adds both design detail and hides the Buckram stiffening required to support the metal rings and give a structured shape. They use less voile fabric than normal, so that’s great news too!

Boxed cushion window seat

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A local joiner created depth to this window sill by cleverly creating a seating area.  The customer chose this great value, hardy fabric in various denim shades from one of our most popular books for the box cushion and scatter cushions.  An interlined roman blind will follow shortly to shut out the winter cold.

Voiles or net curtains

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Left:  Don’t just think of nets and voiles as being white, the black voiles for these bi-fold doors are to dim the lighting in a south-facing media room without blocking the view.  They are fixed on discreet ceiling fix tracks which don’t get in the way of the opening mechanism on the doors yet can

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Eyelet headings

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This is the bold and fun fabric chosen from one of my collection of books for a north facing kitchen to brighten it up.  The eyelets use a little less fabric than is required for gathered or pleated curtains, which means they stack back out of the way conveniently when the patio doors are open.