Wharf Street, Bawtry

These handmade curtains and blinds were designed and made for a new client who was more than happy to approach the project with an open mind. Looking for something different the client appreciated our suggestions to combine fabrics of different textures and to use leather as a subtle way of highlighting their other furnishings, this attention to fine detail is what really helps to produce a truly bespoke finished product.

The master bedroom: here the windows were dressed with black and metallic velvet roman blinds, adorned with black Ostrich feathers and complimented by a 2-tier pelmet with chrome trim.

The lounge: there are several windows and French doors in this room where traditional beams and a wooden floor inspired the client’s request for a “chalet look”. The bold combination of pure linen with a fur heading and custom made leather tie backs was used for the curtain design which were all underslung from traditional brass poles. The French doors were dressed with the linen curtains and leather tie backs but for this area a fur decorated pelmet was placed above the doors.

The sitting room: here the curtains and pelmets have been custom designed to blend with the Timothy Outton furniture. Kai Allegra velvet was used for this very distinctive bespoke design with spiked studs used to trim the leading edges. The pelmet is heavily padded at both top and bottom and over laid with aluminium trim. Upholstered tie backs were created in the same fabric using a diamond stitch design and spiked stud embellishments completed the look and co-ordinated perfectly with the curtains.

The bathroom: handmade curtains in a crushed taffeta fabric, with a puff ball heading are used to dress this window. These curtains are underslung from a clear acrylic pole, highlighted with chrome fittings, which gives a modern feel to this traditionally styled bathroom.