Textile Warehouse Traffic Blue Pencil Pleat Curtains
Designer: Textile Warehouse Children's
Free 48 hour delivery or upgrade to timed next working day at checkout
Face and Lining Material: 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester.
Machine Washable At 40C.
Can Be Tumble Dried.
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This exclusive collection of cotton blend curtains are the ideal choice as they are durable with a naturally soft feeling helping to give them a crisp clean look and creating beautiful drapes. The curtains also have the benefit of a pencil pleat heading which can allow for the adjustment of the curtains according to the window size. The extra lining adds the perfect finish, helping to improve the drape, blocking any unwanted light and improves insulation.
This collection is exclusive to Textile Warehouse, matching items available.
|Textile Warehouse curtains are labelled in "width by drop", with the first number indicating the width of the curtain and the second measurement the length downwards. Measurements are per curtain.|
How to measure your curtains
Fit your curtain pole or track first, 15-20cm's above the window and stretching 15-20cm's wider than your window on either side.
Measure your curtain rail to the length you wish your curtains to cover; for curtain poles, only measure between the finials on each side.
For the right amount of gathering, double the measurement of the length of your curtain track or pole. Add another 2.5cm to either side to ensure that your curtains will overlap neatly.
Also known as the "drop", there are 3 options to consider before measuring your curtain length.
Curtains hanging above a window sill should end 1cm above the sill.
Curtains hanging below a window sill should end 15cm below it.
Curtains hanging down to the floor should end 1cm above it.
Hanging curtains over radiators should end 2-3cm above the radiator so that heat doesn't escape behind the curtain.
Measure from the bottom of the eyelet on the curtain ring for pencil pleat curtains.
Windowsills and floors can be uneven; counter this by taking measurements from different points and use the shortest as the correct length for your curtains.