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 Burningham produces high quality linens and cottons, suitable for upholstery and soft furnishings. The Emily Burningham collection encompasses both traditional and more contemporary fabric designs. They are committed to producing products that are of the highest quality, in both design and manufacture, and all of our fabrics are produced and printed in the north of England, against the backdrop of a rich textile manufacturing history.
Emily set up the business in 2005 with simply a few cards and wrapping paper designs. Based in Hampstead, North West London, their office overlooks a lovely garden, which lifts the spirits of everyone working there, in addition to being a source of design inspiration.
Emily is passionate about print, colour and pattern. As well as being inspired by the flowers and plants of traditional English gardens, she also finds inspiration from Japanese design, Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau and 18th Century fabrics, to name a few. There are strong floral traditions in design everywhere. The traditional British coast also inspire designs.
Animal and insect patterns (again inspired by the garden) have recently been added to her designs which are also reminiscent of the 1930s and Art Deco. The bold colours of her floral range are popular with all ages while some of her fabrics are produced specifically for children’s rooms. Amongst other things, they turn their classic, yet quirky, fabrics into beautiful cushions, wash bags and hot water bottles.
All of our products are printed and manufactured in the UK – which means that we can ensure a high quality finish, whilst doing our best to minimise the impact that we have on the environment; as well as making sure that the people who make our products are treated fairly.
Whether you’re introducing a touch of the seaside to your home with one of our Sail Solo cushions, or treating a friend to one of our gorgeous Bird in Blossom cosmetic cases, you can be sure that when you buy something from us you’ll be getting a gorgeous product, which has been ethically produced.