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While the fabric you choose will ultimately be your key decision, it is important not to forget about the little complements around it. From striking poles to heat-saving linings, these luxurious extras will form a foundation that can turn your newest furnishing into a stunning feature.
A foundation that turns your curtains into a feature. From solid ash poles that protrude boldly above the window to our innovative track design that will make drawing your fabric an effortless experience.
Depending on your choice of style, length and fullness, the right holdback or tieback will ensure that your curtains hang beautifully whenever they are drawn back to let the day in.
Any of our fabrics can be matched with a choice of three elegant linings – rich cotton that is soft to the touch; coated thermal for maximum heat and heavy blackout for minimum light seepage.
Your Roman Blind can be customised with four separate chain colours, and depending on your choice of fabric, you can also combine it with either our Thermal or Blackout Linings.
Bring your look to life with luxurious hand-stuffed feather cushions that continue your chosen curtain or Roman blind fabric onto the sofa. Available in three styles with the option of piping, this is the ultimate complement to your new window furnishing.
Personal design consultation
Handmade just for you
Choosing the perfect curtain is much more than simply matching a colour or fabric to your existing décor. Which is why your local Thomas Sanderson designer will take the time to understand your needs and help you choose the right product. With models of each style and our full range of fabrics brought right to your door.
A stylish alternative to the traditional curtain, this heading offers a smart straight-line appearance that really catches the eye when fitted to floor length.
Mounted on a specialist track, this innovative heading helps the fabric hang beautifully in wide even folds and will keep its shape anytime you reveal the outside world.
Named for the tightly packed folds across the heading, this classic style is a natural favourite for its welcoming rural look and feel.