Finding the right window dressings can be a difficult challenge - the balance of the perfect finishing touch to dress your home whilst considering the furnishings in the room. At Simply Stunning Interiors we stock a broad range of fabrics from many of the leading designers and our interiors team will be delighted to work with you to find the best tracks, poles, brackets and dressings for your project.

We offer a free home consultation and measuring service, where one of our experienced Interiors Team will arrange a personal appointment with you. This will involve a visit to your home to take measurements and to discuss your requirements. Our quotes will be promptly provided to you to detail all aspects of your requirements with no hidden charges. Final fitting can be arranged with one of our trusted professional contractors and overseen by our team.

With our industry knowledge, friendly service and comprehensive display you can trust that Simply Stunning Interiors really is… simply stunning!

With expert help at every step of the journey visit our showroom today or call now for more information.

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pencil pleat

Pencil pleats, arguably the most common pleat, consist of tightly gathered folds that retain their shape. They come as either 3' or 6' pleats and can be used with either curtain poles or tracks, ensuring a good fit for any window area.


Less formal than pinch pleats, eyelets have a contemporary feel. When the curtain is closed they create a soft, curving fold down the fabric and need far less material than other types of pleat. Eyelet headings only work with poles, which should be fitted at least 15cm above the window. You can choose between nickel plate, old nickel, gold, black, satin nickel, old brass or copper rings. 


Elegant and sophisticated, goblet pleats create a striking look and are ideal for use with longer windows. Choose rich jacquard or tapestry fabrics and combine them with lavish rope ties for a truly luxurious look. Perfect for creating a striking interior!


pinch pleat

Pinch Pleats, also known as French pleats, are curtains with pleats sewn into the top. Here you can choose either double or triple pleated curtains and these can be hung on either a track system or on a pole. The overall appearance is truly elegant and classic - suited to formal rooms. 



Unlined curtains simply leave you with 'naked' hanging fabric. Without some layer of lining behind your curtain there will be no protective barrier against colour fading, insulation and draughts. 

cotton sateen

Our standard lining is cotton sateen. This is a 100% cotton sheet with a high thread count. The sheets are woven from combed, carded, or long-fiber cotton threads. This basic type of lining prevents fading and sun damage to your fabrics and will improve the drape of your curtains, creating a more substantial, fuller look.


Blackout Lining means that no light will pass through the fabric itself. The lining has a coating applied which blocks up all of the tiny pores in the weave which would usually allow the light to pass through. Blackout lining also has thermal qualities, helping to prevent draughts and minimising the loss of heat, in the same way that interlining works.


Interlined curtains have an additional layer of fabric in between the basic cotton sateen lining and designer fabric. This additional layer is best described as a light blanket. Interlined curtains form more rounded, fuller pleats and have an opulent, sumptuous appearance. They also have superb thermal qualities, blocking draughts and avoiding heat loss. Interlined curtains hang best on a floor length drop


To complete your new curtains or to re-hang an old pair, our range of curtain poles will solve your problem. With matching fixtures, our poles range from simple finished and painted woods, to basic metal designs, to the more intricate ranges of British hand crafted woods. We will always strive to ensure that you get the perfect pole to match your fabrics and colour scheme.

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