M A D E  T O  M E A S U R E   B L I N D S 

All of the blinds I make are hand stitched for a professional and lasting finish. I offer both stacked and waterfall styles with a range of lining options. Blinds come interlined as standard and can be cotton or blackout lined as required.

To get started please feel free to give me a call to discuss your ideas or to arrange a suitable time for me to measure up your windows for a quote.


If you would like to send me your own measurements please take a look at my simple guide here.

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B L I N D   L I N I N G S

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100% Cotton Solprufe Luxury Satin Crease Resist

A high quality cotton lining for curtains that do not require blackout qualities. Available in a large range of bright colours as well as the standard pale ivory.

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100% Polyester / Acrylic back coating Outblack Silk

A blackout lining prevents light coming through the top fabric and is sewn into the curtain between the top fabric and back lining.

Also available as a duo lining with a bonded thermal layer.


100% Cotton Domette 

A thermal layer between the top fabric and lining fabric which insulates, adds volume and improves draping qualities.

R O M A N   B L I N D   S T Y L E S

Stacked roman blind with fabric folding straight

'Stacked' Roman Blind

The fabric folds neatly with each panel stacking beneath the top of the blind when when pulled up. The best option for allowing maximum light through the window.

Waterfall roman blind design with fabric folding in a cascade

'Waterfall' Roman Blind

The panels of this blind are each slightly longer than the other to create a cascade when the blind is pulled up. Great for showing off a bit more of the fabric.




You need to decide where you want your blind to sit. This can be on the outside of the frame or the inside of the frame. You will need to consider where the blind fixings attach - this can be behind or above the headrail.

Inside the frame: Measure the exact width and length of the inside of the window frame. 

Outside the frame: Measure the width and length outside of the window frame that you desire.