- Innovative design keeps fabric even
- Perfect for large or bay windows
- Specialist Ripple track
Choosing a curtain for any large window space can be difficult. But with the clever combination of our Wave heading and smart Ripple track, the outside can be closed off effortlessly – leaving your living space with a stunning feature to showcase your individuality.
Your chosen fabric will be hooked onto the Ripple Track at equal lengths, ensuring the curtain will always stay uniform whenever it is drawn open or closed.
When drawn across a window, the Wave heading hangs beautifully in wide even folds – offering a comforting light and shade appearance that is sure to catch the eye.
Perfect for both formal and informal surroundings, the effortless movement of this contemporary curtain makes it the ultimate complement to a modern home.
The Ripple Track has the unique option of being fitted to the ceiling, allowing full coverage of a wall right down to the floor to turn any space into a beautiful canvas.
With a maximum length of 10 metres, the versatile Ripple track and Wave heading are not only ideal for large window space such as bi-fold doors, but can also be adapted to work with speciality shapes such as bay windows.
COMPLIMENTARY 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.
No, because of their unique design Wave headings will only work with the Ripple track to ensure that the fabric always hangs neatly and in perfect formation.
Unfortunately not. The unique design and operation of this heading requires it to be paired with our Ripple track.
The Ripple track is only available in matte white.
Our Wave curtains will be made to double fullness as standard to ensure that the fabric hangs evenly whenever they are drawn.