Blockout curtains / drapes add a sense of classic luxury and character to any space. These soft furnishings are designed to act as a great insulator, and help block out the light when they are fully drawn. It will darken the room therefore keep the warmth in the house during the winter and the cooler air during the summer.
These curtains are usually paired with a sheer curtain to add even more elegance to your space.
A motorisation option is also available.
You are able to choose your desired rail type, heading style and pelmet style.
The different types of heading styles are as follows:
The S-Fold heading showcases the latest trend in curtain styles, offering a streamlined and symmetrical alternative to more elaborate pleated curtain headings. The “S” shape is formed by sewing the fabric flat on to the heading tape, then the finished curtain is hung on special carriers which are dedicated S-Fold track or rod.
A key consideration for all S-Fold curtains is that it requires more stacking room than most curtain heading styles due to the extra carriers. When calculating the desirable length of your track for an S-Fold curtain, Decorators Market recommends adding 20-30% to the width of your window. This will allow the fabric to sit off the glass when the curtain is open and ensure maximum light flow in to the room.
The inverted box pleat is a simple and structured heading style, well suited to modern and streamlined interiors. The neatly inverted pleats are designed to sit flat under the rod, so this heading style is best suited to a curtain that will be closed most of the time (for example, a static sheer curtain or a room divider). The flat pleats will naturally resist tight stacking.