Change the ambience of your home with Plumbs made-to-measure Curtains

New curtains are one of the easiest ways to can change the look and feel of any room, and this time of year is the perfect time to invest in thick quality curtains to keep that precious heat indoors.

Curtains literally dress the rooms in our home, whilst offering privacy and warmth, and depending on the design and colour you can alter the ambience of each room. Dark, heavy curtains will create a sense of cosiness, especially in when made in velvet or heavily embroidered designs (such as the Estella Curtains below). Whilst choosing a lighter colour will give the room a fresher feeling, which may be more suited to rooms like the kitchen or conservatory.

When choosing new curtains, it’s just as important to think about the drop of your curtains as well the fabric. By choosing ceiling to floor length curtains, you can create the illusion that your window is much bigger than it actually is. This will also help to create a more luxurious finished look.

It’s a good idea when choosing new curtains to make sure they are fully lined. Not only will this help with keeping your home warm but the lining will improve the way your curtain hangs, and give a quality finish. If you’re not sure about the options with lining, it’s best to use an experienced manufacturer such as Plumbs, who produce made-to-measure curtains. Plumbs will do all the measuring for you and can also advise you on colours and designs.

For this November only, you can get Plumbs made-to-measure quality curtains for half price.

With a choice of over 800 designs and colour options, you can be sure there will be something to suit your home, or speak to their advisors about creating a brand new look! Plumbs also have a huge range of blinds that co-ordinate perfectly with their curtains, perfect if you need to add an extra layer of privacy.

Contact Plumbs today to arrange your FREE no obligation home consultation. You can do this by calling 0800 072 4076 or clicking the link below.




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