There is more to window dressing than meets the eye, and it takes experienced know how and specialist curtain makers to deliver the perfect product to fit the space. The devil is in the detail, and it’s best to know that it’s being correctly specified.

For instance if your curtains don’t have enough fullness (if that’s what the genre of the room requires), or they do not have enough drape, the whole scheme of the room is likely to feel compromised and pinched.

Don’t leave your curtains to chance, and don’t cut corners at this crucial stage is my advice. Make sure you tap into a service with the highest level of expertise and colour and materials know how. Essentially you need someone with a very fine eye for detail, materials and colour mastery.

We have established accounts with most of the suppliers to the trade, such as Designers Guild, Colefax and Fowler, Romo, Black Edition, Kirby, Mulberry, GP and J Baker, Zoffany, Sanderson, Thibaut, Anna French, Harlequin, Cole and Sons, De la Cuona, Brian Yates, Osbourne and Little to name a few.