A contemporary woven thermal blockout eyelet curtain pair. Designed with a modern metallic geometric pattern on a stylish colour palette, these are the perfect curtains for any room where you want some subtle wow factor. While the woven multilayer construction helps minimise light penetration, keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer.
Thermal Blockout Fabric – Woven blackout fabric with reflective reverse weave for improved thermal properties, keeping heat in and during the winter and reflecting it in the summer.
Soft Natural Drape – A naturally soft drape due to the unique multi-layered woven construction of the fabric
Striking Geometric Design – the metallic geometric design will give any room a modern contemporary look.
- 100% polyester
- 30 degree delicate wash
- Cool iron on reverse
- Line dry
Want to know 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
Take a measurement from the top of your curtain pole/ curtain track to where you want the curtains to stop. Ready made curtains comes 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
As these curtains are eyelet curtains, the referenced drop is the total Length of the Curtain. Therefore, you will lose c. 1″ when hanging on pole as 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 sometime, once you receive them they will need to be unpacked and pressed. The label on the packaging will advise as to what the best temperature is 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.