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Blockout Curtains

Enjoy the best of both worlds. Block out all light when you want to have an uninterrupted night’s sleep, or let it all back in when you want to enjoy the uplifting light of day.

Sheer Curtains

If you’re looking for sophisticated drama, sheer curtains teamed with our custom-made blinds can create a sense of elegance and refinement in any room. With a broad range of styles and fabrics available, there’s an option to match any décor style and home. Our in-home advisers will take you through our range and assist you in finding your dream look and feel.

Veri Shades

We all love curtains, right? They’re soft, stylish, and elegant. One problem – they’re either open or closed. Veri Shades blend the feel of curtains with the functionality of blinds.

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Curtains Made-To-Measure Complete Any Room In Elegant Style

Timeless and contemporary, curtains define the character of a room. And when it comes to curtains, ours come with a range of functional benefits, including complete control over your home’s temperature.

You can instantly transform a room from boring to beautiful without the huge price tag and enjoy supreme insulation capabilities.

Thinking your décor could do with a dose of sophistication and drama ? Sheer curtains paired with decorative banding and trims create a sense of elegance and refinement in any room. With a trove of styles and fabrics available, there’s something for everyone.

Did you also know our curtains are custom-made to your specifications? 


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Choose Your Style

You’d be forgiven for thinking curtains weren’t the most exciting option for interior decorating. In our opinion, they’re incredibly versatile and perfect for that warm, comforting feeling of ‘home’.

Personalise your curtains just the way you want. Choosing your style includes picking a type of pleat, tracks, banding/ trims, fabrics and tiebacks. If all that just sounded foreign to you, no need to stress. We’re right here to walk you through it all. 

Choose Your Pleats (Headings)

Curtain pleats are fabric folds sewn into the top portion of curtains or draperies, serving both a functional and aesthetic purpose in interior design.

Functionally, pleats help control the way fabric falls and hangs, allowing curtains to open and close smoothly while maintaining their shape and fullness. This makes them ideal for controlling light, privacy, and airflow in a room. 

Aesthetically, pleats add visual interest and texture to window furnishings, enhancing the overall look and feel of a space. 

Whether creating a tailored and structured appearance with classic pleat styles like pinch pleats or box pleats, or achieving a more relaxed and casual vibe with options like pencil pleats or S-folds, curtain pleats offer versatility in design to complement any decor style.

Double & Triple pinch pleat
Double & Triple Pinch Pleat
Box pleat
Box Pleat
Pencil pleat
Pencil Pleat
Knife pleat
Knife Pleat

What is the difference between the curtain headings?

  • Double Pinch Pleat curtains: 
    Also known as a French pleat, the double pinch pleat features two small folds pinched together at regular intervals, creating a structured and tailored look. This style offers a classic and elegant appearance, with evenly spaced pleats that provide a neat and formal finish to curtains or draperies.
  • Pencil Pleat curtains: 
    Characterised by closely spaced, narrow folds that run horizontally across the top of the curtain. This style creates a gathered, casual appearance with a relaxed feel. Pencil pleats are versatile and can be adjusted to achieve different fullness levels, making them suitable for various decor styles.
  • Box Pleat curtains:
    Feature larger, square-shaped folds that are folded inwards towards the back of the curtain, creating a clean and structured appearance. This style is often used in modern and minimalist interiors, providing crisp lines and a tailored finish to window treatments.
  • Knife Pleat curtains:
    Characterised by sharp, vertical folds that run from top to bottom along the length of the curtain. Unlike other pleat styles, knife pleats do not overlap, creating a sleek and streamlined look. This style is commonly used for lightweight fabrics and contemporary design schemes.
  • S-Fold, or S-Wave curtains:
    The S-wave curtain header style offers a sleek, modern look with its smooth, continuous waves, creating a seamless drape effect. Ideal for contemporary interiors, it provides an elegant and understated heading solution.

1. Which curtain heading styles are considered more formal and tailored versus versatile and contemporary?

  • Double Pinch Pleat Curtains are considered more formal and tailored due to their structured appearance.
  • Pencil Pleat Curtains are versatile and can suit various room styles.
  • S-Fold (S-Wave) Curtains are viewed as more contemporary and modern in their design.

2. What kind of look or aesthetic does each curtain heading style achieve?

  • Double Pinch Pleat curtains offer a more formal and tailored appearance.
  • Pencil Pleat curtains provide a versatile and popular heading style.
  • S-Fold (S-Wave) curtains offer a more modern and stylish aesthetic with their wave-like shape at the top.

3. How are Double Pinch Pleat, Pencil Pleat, and S-Fold (S-Wave) curtain headings created?

  • Double Pinch Pleat curtains involve fabric being folded into pleats with two pinches at the top.
  • Pencil Pleat curtains have a gathered heading with cords running through the fabric that can be adjusted for width.
  • S-Fold (S-Wave) curtains are created by a specialised curtain track with built-in gliders.

Choose Your Tracks


Picking the right curtain track is an important design decision from both an aesthetic and practical outlook. Our standard tracking system is made from high quality powder-coated aluminium, and gives your room that flair.

Our range of track options suit any heading style. Double tracks allow you to layer your curtains the way you want, and is a lovely way to add texture and elegance. 

Can I use my pre-existing curtain rod when purchasing new curtains?

When purchasing new curtains, it’s generally possible to use your pre-existing curtain rod.

However, it’s important to consider the type of curtain you are buying in relation to your existing rod. For S-Fold Curtains, a free track will be provided for the perfect fit. We’ll also measure your window to ensure the new curtains will fit properly on your current rod. 

Why Opt For Curtain Tracks?

Banding And Trims

For a decorative finish or pop of colour, our production team can add banding and trims across the top, bottom or sides of your curtains.


curtains with blinds

Our in-home style experts will bring our selection of fabric samples to you. 

For a subtle finish opt for a complimenting fabric, or make a bold statement by adding dramatic colour contrast. Each fabric type has its own features and benefits based on weight, transparency, flexibility, ease of maintenance, thermal insulation and it’s resistance to fire and the harsh Australian sun.

TIP: Hold the fabric sample up to a window to see how it filters sunlight. Study the mood of the room; is it formal, casual, comfortable, quiet? This will influence the fabric type you go for.

Curtain Tiebacks


Practical as well as decorative. To pull your curtains to the side for a lighter, more formal look, tie backs are the perfect addition. We have a range of tiebacks in different shapes, sizes and finishes. 

Tips 'n Tricks

Choose from Blockout, Sheer, Double, Lined, and Soft Weave Curtains for your space.

TIP: Lined curtains will insulate better and provide a total ‘blockout’ that can help prevent fabric colour fading from the sun. Lined curtains also help the fabric drape and fall evenly.

Enjoy the benefits of block out and sheer curtains simultaneously. Let the blockout fabric take care of unwanted light while the sheers add elegance to your room.


TIP: Hanging the curtains higher than the window adds height to any space. Hang them even higher to get an extra dramatic look, from the ceiling or just below the pelmet. This will make a low ceiling appear higher.

Opt for wall-to-wall and utilise as much wall space as you can. When you draw the curtains to the side, you should be able to enjoy uninterrupted views and the perfect amount of light coming in.

Complete your window furnishing with pelmets for a sophisticated, tailor-made finish. Pelmets can also be used to hide operational components so you only see the beautiful drapes and none of the mechanics.

  • We offer three different ranges of Pelmets: Bonded, Padded and Painted Timber pelmets.

How to clean curtains?

To clean curtains, start by removing surface dust with a gentle vacuum or static handheld duster.

For steaming, apply steam to the hanging curtain using a clothing steamer or iron set to full steam, making sure to keep the iron a safe distance from the fabric.

When ironing, place the curtain on a flat surface with a piece of cotton or toweling fabric on top before ironing on the cotton setting. Allow the curtain to cool before hanging to prevent creases.

For a deep clean, consider dry-cleaning the curtains for optimal fabric longevity.

If you are looking for curtains made-to-measure, book an appointment with our local experts today.


Frequently Asked Questions
  1. Light and Sheer Fabrics: Opt for lightweight and sheer fabrics like voile or linen that allow natural light to filter through. This helps create an airy and spacious feel in the room.

  2. Floor-to-Ceiling Length: Install curtains that extend from the ceiling to the floor. This elongates the room vertically, making it appear taller and more spacious.

  3. Minimalist Design: Choose curtains with a simple and streamlined design to avoid overwhelming the space. Avoid heavy embellishments or elaborate patterns that can make the room feel cluttered.

  4. Neutral Colours: Stick to neutral hues such as whites, creams, or light greys. These colours reflect light and create a sense of openness in the room.

  5. Vertical Stripes: Consider vertical striped curtains to visually elongate the walls and make the ceiling appear higher. This can create the illusion of a larger space.

  6. Mount Curtains Outside the Window Frame: Mounting the curtains higher and wider than the window frame creates the illusion of a larger window and allows more natural light to enter the room when the curtains are open.

  7. Avoid Heavy Fabrics: Steer clear of heavy fabrics like velvet or brocade, as they can weigh down the room and make it feel smaller. Lighter materials are more suitable for small spaces.

  8. Use Curtain Tiebacks or Holdbacks: Utilise curtain tiebacks or holdbacks to keep the curtains pulled to the sides when not in use. This opens up the window and allows more light to enter the room.

Whether or not curtains should touch the floor depends on personal preference and the overall aesthetic you’re trying to achieve. Here are some factors to consider:

  1. Traditional Style: In a more traditional or formal setting, curtains often touch the floor or even puddle slightly on the floor for a luxurious look.

  2. Contemporary Style: In contemporary or modern design, curtains may be hemmed to just graze the floor or hang slightly above it for a more streamlined appearance.

  3. Practicality: Consider the function of the curtains. If they’re meant to block out light or provide privacy, having them touch the floor can help maximise their effectiveness.

  4. Floor Condition: If the floor is uneven or the curtains will be opened and closed frequently, having them just touch the floor may prevent them from getting dirty or damaged.

  5. Room Size: In smaller room

Choosing the right curtains can indeed help create an illusion of a larger space in a room. Here are some tips on selecting curtains to make a room appear bigger:

  1. Light-Coloured Curtains: Light colours, such as white, cream, beige, or soft pastels, can reflect more light, making the room feel more open and airy. Avoid dark or heavy fabrics, as they can absorb light and make the space feel smaller.

  2. Sheer or Lightweight Fabrics: Sheer curtains or lightweight fabrics like chiffon or voile allow more natural light to filter through, which can enhance the perception of space. They also add a delicate, airy feel to the room.

  3. Floor-to-Ceiling Length: Hanging curtains from floor to ceiling draws the eye upward, making the room feel taller and more spacious. Ensure the curtains extend beyond the window frame horizontally to create a sense of width as well.

  4. Minimalistic Design: Choose curtains with simple patterns or solid colours rather than busy or elaborate designs. Minimalistic styles help maintain a clean, uncluttered look that contributes to the feeling of openness.

  5. Vertical Stripes: Vertical stripes on curtains can visually elongate the walls, making the room appear taller. Opt for subtle, thin stripes rather than bold patterns for a more understated effect.

  6. Avoid Heavy Drapes: Heavy drapes with multiple layers of fabric can overwhelm a small space and make it feel cramped. Instead, opt for lightweight materials that gently billow in the breeze for a more spacious ambience.

  7. Consider Tie-Backs or Holdbacks: Using tie-backs or holdbacks to keep curtains pulled to the sides during the day allows more natural light to enter the room, maximising the sense of openness.

  8. Wall-Mounted Curtain Rods: Mounting curtain rods closer to the ceiling rather than directly above the window frame creates the illusion of higher ceilings and gives the room a more expansive feel.

By carefully selecting the colour, fabric, length, and design of your curtains, you can effectively enhance the perception of space and make a room appear larger and more inviting.

Sheer Curtains: Sheer curtains are typically more affordable than heavier fabrics and can still provide privacy while allowing natural light to filter through.

  1. Blinds: Blinds come in various materials and offer adjustable light control and privacy and can be a sleek and modern alternative to curtains. This includes roller blinds, double-roller blinds, Veri Shades, Venetian blinds, vertical blinds, honeycomb blinds and more.

  2. Shutters: Interior shutters provide a classic and elegant look to windows. They come in different styles, including plantation shutters and café shutters, and offer excellent light control and privacy.

For a small room, you’ll want curtains that help create the illusion of space and maximise natural light while still providing privacy when needed. Think light and airy sheers in a minimalistic colour and design.