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Sennen Grey Curtain

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Available as: Roman Blind
Product features: UK-made

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Fabric Description

Take a fresh look at monochrome fabrics with Sennen Grey, our darkest colourway in the new Sennen range. The two extremes of colour merge together to create a unified look, the black and white threads jostling for prominence, ridges and lines running horizontally across the width of the fabric, giving it a depth of texture as well as colour. Sennen Grey is a far more versatile fabric than you might at first think, and that’s down to the softening of the colours normally known for their starkness, into a basic grey that’s full of movement. Very much about how you style it and what it’s paired with, you can elevate the elegance with whites, or take it more contemporary with the ever-popular grey.

Specifications & Care

Included as Standard: A bespoke in-home service and installation, Standard lining

Curtain linings available: Standard, Blackout, Thermal

Fabric Composition: 79% Polyester, 21% Cotton

Heading Options: Pencil Pleat, Deep Pencil Pleat, Double Pinch Pleat, Eyelet

Cleaning Notes: Your curtains can be dusted by gently using the upholstery attachment on your vacuum cleaner. Begin at the top, working your way downwards, as the bottom edges will be more prone to collecting dust. While many of our fabrics are suitable for dry cleaning we recommend professional cleaning. Please check the fabric swatch for more information.

Child Safety

Our collection of curtains is crafted with child safety in mind. Nonetheless, as with all window furnishings where cords are used in some capacity, you should regularly ensure your curtains are safe for children, including making sure that any cords within the header pleats are tied together and secured at all times, and especially if you have self-adjusted these pleats after installation, and ensure no cord length is exposed. Additionally, curtain tiebacks are also a potential hazard to young children when looped in place around the curtain, and we recommend that you do not have tiebacks if you have children in residence or visiting. All our corded curtains will be installed with additional child safety devices; a tensions spring device will be included and a safety hook will be fitted to the wall to hook the cords up and out of reach of children.

Guarantee

We are very proud of the quality and craftsmanship that goes into each custom-made curtain and Roman blind, which is why we offer a two year guarantee on the manufacturing defects in materials (excluding acceptable fabric flaws) and workmanship, giving you peace of mind that we will repair or replace any faults that have not been caused by accidental damage, misuse or normal wear and tear.

FAQs

Can I have curtains at my bay window?

Yes. We have several options for bay windows, with both pole and track fittings custom-made to you window providing you with a wider choice of curtain styles.

Are your curtains lined?

Yes. All our curtains are lined with a standard lining, or you can choose from optional thermal or blackout linings.

Do you have blackout products?

Yes. We offer a range of fabrics with blackout lining in all curtain styles.

What style options do I have with curtains?

How curtains hang is defined by the way they join the pole or track; we offer a range of four headings; eyelet, pinch pleat, wave and pencil pleat. Eyelet curtains thread onto a pole through metal rings, and hang in deep uniform folds, creating a contemporary feel. A pencil pleat heading gathers the fabric across the top of the curtain in a very traditional way and can be used with a pole or a track. A pinch pleat heading creates a much more tailored appearance, gathering fabric in neat folds that are spaced across the top of the curtain. This heading also works with either a pole or a track. Wave headings create a relaxed and informal feel, with soft rippling folds. They must be fitted to a discreet track specifically designed for this type of header.

Can I have other products with my curtains?

Yes. Layering curtains with other products is not only visually pleasing, it offers practical solutions to a number of challenges, such as privacy, light glare and heat loss. From Roman blinds in a contrasting fabric, to floating voiles to soften the light, your Design Consultant will spend time understanding your requirements before shaping solutions that will work for you and your home.

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