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All our Made to Measure curtains are available to buy online. We produce our made to measure curtains to your specification for a bespoke and unique fit. Simply choose your curtain fabric from our carefully selected range of the very best quality fabric and get a quick quote for made to measure curtains online. You’ll need to provide us with your window measurements and select your curtain heading type, lining option and any other extras. Made to measure curtains are a great choice to ensure that you get the perfect fit that you’re looking for, and to ensure you get bespoke set of curtains to compliment your home.
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Need to know a little more about made to measure curtains before you consider your options? Then our curtain inspiration and advice guides could be of use. These handy guides contain essential information on measuring your window for made to measure curtains. Whether you are looking for made to measure blackout curtains or made to measure floral curtains – we have plenty of information for you about curtain terms, style advice and much more. Alternatively, if you are looking for information on ready made curtains – we have a selection of ready made curtain guides too.
At Terrys we know not all windows are the same. That is why we offer bespoke made to measure curtains – so you can be sure your curtains will fit your window perfectly. However, it can be tricky to know exactly where to start with made to measure curtains, so we have some of our FAQ’s below to help you out.
Made to measure curtains do tend to be more expensive than ready made curtains, simply due to the expert craftsmanship and bespoke service which is required when making made to measure curtains. The actual price of made to measure curtains will differ from order to order due to the amount and type of fabric used.
You should start measuring for made to measure curtains by measuring the correct rail width. Depending on whether you have a curtain pole or track you will measure slightly differently – for poles you should measure the width between the finials and add 2.5 – 3cm to the measurement to allow for overlap, for tracks measure the entire length. Then you should measure the curtain drop in order to have a complete measurement.
When you measure for made to measure curtains you will begin by measuring the required width. For curtain poles, the width requiring measurement is the part between finials – however make sure to add 2.5 - 3cm to the overall measurement to allow for overlap. For curtain tracks, just measure the entire width. In the instance where you have two separate curtain tracks make sure you measure these separately and add the two measurements together.
When hanging curtains there are a few rules of thumb to keep in mind to ensure you end up with the best fit. First of all, ensure that you have a curtain rod that is wider than the width of your window to allow panels to hang properly over the windows – covering them at all times. Generally, you should aim to go about 8” – 12” wider than your window.
When measuring curtains, the width (W) is the first measurement you should take, and it taken across the top of the curtain pole or track. Then, you should measure the curtain drop (D), which is the distance from the top of the curtains to either the floor or base of the window.
Made to measure curtains are all sold in pairs, therefore the curtain sizes should be for the pair. When measuring the width you should have one measurement – if you have curtain tracks which are fixed separately and overlap in the middle make sure to take two separate measurements and add them together to have one overall measurement.
When it comes to made to measure curtains, there are no ‘standard’ widths, which is the beauty of this bespoke service. However, if you are looking for ready made curtains they come in three standard widths of 46”, 66” and 90”. Where these widths are not suitable, made to measure curtains provide an alternative solution ensuring your curtains are perfect for you.
It is common practice for curtains to just touch the floor or hover around half an inch above floor level. However, at the end of the day it can come down to personal preference. For certain window styles, such as kitchen windows, curtains touching the floor is not feasible – for example with café curtains.