Curtain Types

Zebra Blinds

Zebra Blinds are a very modern alternative to a horizontal blind. Zebra Blinds are Roller shades that allow you to transition between sheer and privacy. The blinds can be adjusted so that the 3″ zebra stripes line up-offering privacy, light control, and insulation. Adjust the blinds slightly, aligning the 2″ sheer fabric section to allow incoming daylight.

Vertical Blinds

Vertical blinds consist of slats of stiffened fabric, plastic, or metal hanging by one end from a track; like the horizontal versions, the slats can be rotated 90 degrees to allow light to pass through or to fold up on one side of a door or window. Vertical blinds are very good at controlling how much natural or exterior light comes into a room, due to the ability of the slats to close tightly.

Roller Blinds

A Roller Blinds is a single piece of fabric which wraps around a casing and fits into the top of your window frame, either within or outside of your window recess. The Roller blind is operated by a pull cord attached to the bottom of the blind or by a side-winding chain mechanism attached to the blind casing.

Bamboo Blinds

Bamboo blinds create a natural and tropical atmosphere in the garden, on the terrace, sitout, shed that provide excellent protection against the sun, heat, noise, and wind. Our sustainable and environmentally conscious bamboo blinds are designed to create privacy while still allowing light to enter.

Wooden Blinds

Wooden Blinds feature a number of horizontal slats that are linked together by a cord pulley system. This design of blind is also known as Venetian. When fully raised, the slats gather together at the top of the window, revealing the full view outside. When lowered and rotated, wooden blinds obscure the views from outside and block all sunlight. Wooden blinds can also be arranged in various positions, depending on the amount of privacy and natural light you require

Pleat Curtains

Pleat Curtains are a highly decorative heading, drawing together lots of fabric into a tightly gathered and stitched bunch at the top with a minimum width. The permanently sewn-in pleat make for a smart finish, with elegant folds flowing from top to bottom. You can have pinch Pleat Curtains with either a pole or a track.

Scalloped Curtains

A Scalloped Curtain is a form of window treatment that covers the uppermost part of the window and can be hung alone or paired with curtains. Valances are a popular decorative choice in concealing drapery hardware. Window valances were popular in Victorian interior design. In draping or bunting form they are commonly referred to as swag.

Loop Curtains

Loop Curtains are the curtains with fabric loops (tabs) at the top edge/head. They are threaded through poles or rods. They are available in a multitude of colors, weights, fabrics and designs and easy ro hang on a simple rod system. They are great to use as a decorative curtain or panel over a window with blinds to add color or texture as side curtains.

Roman Shades

Roman Shades are a type of window covering used to block out the sun. Roman shades are different from standard window shade in that they stack up evenly when being opened; however, when they are open they are visibly smooth, not bumpy or ribbed like typical vertical shades or blinds