Curtains

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Before you start measuring, print off our Check Measure Worksheet to record your measurements. These check measure worksheets have been designed to ensure you capture all the details required to complete your order. When placing your order online, simply populate this information straight into the order form. Easy!


Track Sizes – Minimums & Maximums

Width (mm)Drop (mm)

Minimum width: 600 mm

Minimum drop: 1000 mm

Maximum width: 6000* mm

Split Tracks
All hand-drawn tracks greater than 3.6m in length will be "split" - this means they will be made in two parts. These tracks will be supplied to you with a "joiner", which joins the two parts together to form one long track equalling the length you ordered. Joiners will not adversely affect the integrity or strength of the track. Joiners are not available for motorised tracks. 

Maximum drop: 29000 mm - Mystique Sheer
Maximum drop: 32000 mm - Bali Sheer

 

Delivery Note:

Please note long length surcharges may apply to freight if the track is greater than 3600 mm. See delivery details for more information

Find out more about Curtain Delivery

 

How to Measure

Curtian Width
How to Measure-Width

The width you enter when placing your order will be the total width of your track.

Width for Sheer Curtains.

Decide where you would like to position your curtain track.
For a centre opening ensure you balance the sheer equally on either side of the window or door. Michael recommends approx. 100mm overlap on either side

Width for Blockout & Room Darkening Curtains

Decide where you would like to position your curtain track.
The stack width for S-Fold curtains is approx. 1/3 the width of the track.
Consider your track placement and overall width to try and place as much of the stack as possible onto the wall. This will free up your glass and allow for more view and natural light.

Measuring Ceiling Mount - Cornices

If you are measuring wall to wall, you may need to consider the cornices. The width of the track will need to be measured between the cornices

Michael’s tip - When you are taking the measurement between cornices, just give yourself about 5mm clearance on either side.

 

Curtian Drop
How to Measure-Drop

The drop that your order is the final drop including the height of the track.
Consider your Drop Effects (see below) and don’t make any deductions.

Measuring for a Ceiling Mount

Select either Curved, Standard or Motorised Track.
The track is attached to the ceiling.
Measure from the ceiling down to where you would like the curtain to finish

Measuring for a Wall Mount

Select either Standard Track or Motorised Track .
The track is attached to the face of the wall.
Measure from the top of where the brackets are going to be placed (top of the track), to where you would like the curtain to finish.
Avoid placing your track directly above the window frame. By attaching the track higher up you will elongate your space, making your rooms appear taller.

Bracket Options - Wall Mount

For Wall mounts, you have an option to select from either a Standard Bracket or an Extension Bracket.

Standard brackets are adjustable up to 50mm clearance. These brackets will enable you to come over the top of an architrave and ensure your curtains hang without obstruction.

Extension brackets are adjustable up to 90mm clearance. These brackets will enable you to come over the top of a roller blind or plantation shutter ensuring full clearance for your curtain to hang

Michael’s tip - Make sure your floor coverings have been installed, or allow for the floor coverings when measuring the drop size.

Find out more about Track Style & Brackets

 

Drop Effects - Hover

Hover

Drop Effects - Just Touching

Just Touching

Drop Effects - Breaking Gently

Breaking gently

How to Measure-Drop Effects

Curtains can be hung in a number of different ways depending on the effect you are looking to create.

Hover

The curtain ‘hovers’ just above the floor. A couple of centimetres above the floor will make cleaning easier. It can also be practical if this curtain is positioned over an exit door or furniture is going to be placed in front of the window. Measure down to the floor.

Just Touching

The curtain just touches the floor for a completed look. Measure approx. 10 mm above the floor.

'Breaking' gently

To create a sense of luxury and grandeur, add additional length to your curtain so that it ‘breaks’ gently over the floor. Measure down to the floor and add another 30 - 50mm to your finished drop size.

*Dont take any deductions.

 

Opening Options & Drop Effects

Consider the best opening option for your window. Should you go for a centre-open, free-floating or a one-way stack? And what about drop effects? Curtains can be hung in a number of different ways depending on the look you want to create

Find out more

Mounting Options

There are two options available to you when considering the mounting of your curtains. Ceiling mounting your curtains will instantly add grandeur and height to your rooms and enable floor to ceiling coverage. Alternatively, go for a wall mount. Find out which is best for you below

Specifications

Track Options

When ordering your curtains, choose from our manual operation standard or ceiling-mounted tracks. Want to upgrade to luxury? Maybe our motorised track option is for you! Find out more below

Track Options
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