Curtains are still one of the most popular window treatments, whether they are just for show or fully functioning, they immediately soften and finish a room. Fabric & Co. provide a bespoke curtain making service where we use your measurements to make up your curtains in a fabric of your choice. All our curtains are finished to the highest possible standard. We offer pencil pleat gathered headings or hand finished double, triple and goblet pleats.
They can be simply lined with our 200gsm crease resistant lining or Ezedrape blackout (both in ivory) or go the extra mile and have them interlined. The interlining not only gives the fabric more weight and body, making them more luxurious but also helps with heat and sound insulation, as well as protecting the fabric. All curtains are finished with mitred and weighted corners.
Pencil pleat curtains have are a simple gathered heading, which have an informal look. This is an ideal heading for smaller windows perhaps in cottages or in bedrooms.
Hand finished headings are a more formal and decorative heading. This kind of pleat is more tailored and looks at its best hung beneath a pole, below the rings. By hanging the curtains below the rings the curtains will concertina into a neat 'stack back' which is perfect for windows which have limited space either side and also for optimising light in room.
Roller Blinds are both a practical and decorative options for a window treatment. In kitchens and bathrooms they offer a functional solution but under a pelmet or neatly fitted into a window recess they also have a clean, sharp and attractive finish.
Roman Blinds are a popular alternative to curtains, they can be neatly fitted inside or outside the window recess and are both practical and decorative.
Emily Bond is a young British designer with a passion for creating designs that bring a new twist to country living. Launched in 2007, her designs are all printed on pure Scottish linen. Classic Union Jack designs to quirky Sausage dog prints, Emily Bond has created a selection of great designs for every home whether your style is country idyll or city chic.
Inspired by two beloved Dachshunds, Oscar and George, the first collection, which featured dogs, was a huge success, and since then they've branched out into horses, farm animals and birds. In 2012 they launched a children's collection, which comprises traditional designs in heritage colours. Most recently, they have added a collection of vegetable-inspired prints to the range.
Emily Bond is a small business, and has a wonderful team of people. The company is proud to be 100% British. Linen is woven in Scotland, and all designs are printed in the UK. When you choose an Emily Bond design, you can be confident that you're getting the finest quality fabric and printing.
Emily is passionate about the British countryside and has a particular fondness for animals in pattern designs. She loves exploring all parts of the UK and enjoys nothing better than a country walk and a good old pub lunch, rummaging around markets and antiques fairs for inspiration and is always on the lookout for old animal books and paintings.
Emily Bond's fabrics are the perfect compliment to the country home. Ideal for kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms, the fabrics are original and hugely characterful.
The passion behind Emily Bond’s company has always been to create a range of exquisitely designed fabrics and furnishings that will bring a new twist to country living.
Since Emily first launched her signature collection in 2007, she has continued to develop a wide range of fabric designs, with the British countryside continuing to be very much at the centre of her inspiration and designs.
All of the linen is carefully sourced from Kirkcaldy, in the East of Scotland so that you can be confident that you are getting the finest quality fabric whether you chose a classic Emily Bond design such as the Union Jack or something more kitsch like the Dachshund print, inspired by Emily’s very own wire-haired dachshunds, Oscar & George!