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While older-style homes often come with a wealth of desirable character, they can also struggle to keep the heat in when compared to modern builds. However, by adding a layer of Thermal Lining to your chosen curtain design, shutting out that annoying chill is a simple pull away.
As well as helping to keep heat in during the colder winter months, Thermal Lining is also great at keeping cooler air inside on any hot summer days.
A large amount of heat is lost through windows, but with Thermal Lining this loss can be decreased – helping to keep the warmth in all-year round.
Carefully stitched into the back of your chosen fabric, our Ivory Thermal Lining is soft to the touch and will help plump out your curtains so they always hang gracefully.
This extra layer not only helps to eliminate draughts but can also reduce external noise, helping you enjoy more relaxing evenings and peaceful nights.
Our Thermal Lining can be combined with most of our fabrics, and when paired with a pattern, the darker backing will help it appear bolder and richer when drawn fully across the window.
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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.
Yes, this heat-saving backing can be added to all six of our curtain styles.
No, because of the way the insulation properties are designed it is only available in our Ivory style.
Thermal Lining can be a complement to a large number of our fabrics, but will not be appropriate for some lighter materials as it may affect the overall look and feel of the design. Your local Thomas Sanderson designer will be able to advise you on this at your complimentary design consultation.
All of our curtains will be made to double fullness as standard to ensure that the fabric hangs evenly whenever they are drawn.