These elegant lined voile curtains create an airy brightness in any room. Lined to give added privacy, whilst still allowing natural light to filter into your home. Complimented with an easy to hang eyelet heading, which gives a natural flowing drape to the finished look.
PRIVACY & LIGHT: The lined sheer curtain lets in light but helps to maintain your privacy
LIGHTWEIGHT: The light and breezy fabric is unlined in order to let in the maximum amount of light, yet still give the benefit of privacy.
EASY TO HANG: The metallic ring top header means it couldn’t be easier to install your new voile panel. Simply slide the rings along your curtain pole and enjoy your new-found privacy.
MACHINE WASHABLE: Easy to care for and maintain.
PACK CONTENTS: 2 eyelet curtain panel
Want to know if you have the suitable measurements for your ready-made curtains?
1. First start with the width
Curtain Pole/Curtain Track is 48″ wide (4 feet) => the max size in width curtain will be a pair of 46″ wide
Curtain Pole/Curtain Track is 72″ wide (6 feet) => the max size in width curtain will be a pair of 66″ wide
Curtain Pole/Curtain Track is 96″ wide (8 feet) => the max size in width curtain will be a pair of 90″ wide
Curtain Pole/Curtain Track is 144″ wide (12 feet) => the max size in width curtain will be a pair of 132″ wide
2. Find your Drop
Measure from the top of your curtain pole/ curtain track to where you want the curtains to stop. Ready-made curtains come in standard drops so select the drop that is closest to your desired finished length.
The standard ready made curtain drops are:
- 54″ drop or 137cm;
- 72″ drop or 183cm;
- 90″ drop or 229cm; and
- 108″ drop or 274cm.
Please note that not all curtains come in 108″ drop or 274cm. You can find these on our website here
These curtains are eyelet curtains and the referenced drop is the total length of the curtain. Therefore, you will lose c. 1″ when hanging on the pole as the top of ring sits on top of pole.
Hanging Your Curtains – Have your Curtains Looking their best!
As your curtains have been in their package for quite some time, they will need to be unpacked and pressed once you receive them. The label on the packaging will advise as to the best temperature to iron the curtains. Always iron them on the lining side. If you don’t feel comfortable ironing your curtains yourself, explore whether a local dry cleaner will do so for you.