Curtains determine the atmosphere in an interior. Besides, curtains can fend off light, keep the cold outside and give more privacy. Floral curtain fabrics have a cheerful look. Geometrical fabrics can look angular, distinct, businesslike or bold. Whether it is for the living, bedroom, study or office: there is a fitting curtain fabric for every room. By selecting a particular curtain fabric, the interior will gain character.
There is lots of choice for art lovers. An Art Deco fabric or Art Nouveau curtain fabric is artistic. Various curtain fabrics have original designs created by famous designers. The magnificent Art Deco fabric Damask in the Meadow is an example of an original Art Deco design from the '20s. In short: a large range of exclusive fabrics made of high-quality materials in different styles. From flowing and romantic to angular and stately.
The collection can be ordered in the web shop but it can also be viewed in the showroom. Be sure take along a sample (or colour fans) of your own fabric, paint and floor; or something else the fabric needs to match with. Textile is a feeling… Have a look at our visitor’s address at Contact Us. It is recommended to make an appointment for large projects.
The fabrics are turned (often still by hand) into curtains, panel curtains or roman blinds. Matching suspension systems: curtain rods, caps, inner traversing system, rails, potentially with remote control – integrated with dimmable (atmospheric) lighting, are also part of our collection. We love to give advice.
When the right curtain fabric is chosen, a choice between the various options for the final design must be made. Curtains can be measured to hang above the ground or they can delivered in a long version which comes in contact with the floor. This has an opulent effect. The fabrics are skilfully turned into curtains in a private workshop. Due to the patterns, this is done with much precision. This means that the patterns are taken into account when the curtains are sewn! Choose between a tunnel, a single pleat (modern), butterfly pleat and triple pleat (voluminous) with or without a return pleat. Besides, it is also possible to opt for rings to suspend the curtains. This modern method goes surprisingly well with a historical Art Deco or Art Nouveau fabric.
Of course, there is also the option to have the curtain fabric lined and this is usually preferred. It is even necessary with silk fabric. The fabric used as the lining can be light blocking or obscurant, half-obscuring or light transmitting or not non-obscurant. There are many different options when it comes to colours, which means the lining fabric goes well with the colours of the curtain fabric. There are different types of fabric to choose from, such as cotton or polyester. In turn, these fabrics can be matte or shiny. There are also various possibilities for matching tie-backs and tie-back supports. This way, Art Deco Web Store creates customised curtains that are completely according to your wishes.
Have a look in the category Curtain Suspension Systems to get an impression of the various possibilities.
Art Deco Web Store can entirely take care of the purchase of customised Art Deco curtains: from selecting the fabric to measuring the windows. Art Deco Web Store is the perfect store for Art Deco window coverings and Art Nouveau window coverings.
A luxurious fabric from Art Deco Web Store turns every piece of furniture into a piece of art. Whether it is for a couch, armchair, chair, children’s chair, footstool, piano bench, hocker, stool, dining room chair, sofa, chaise longue or any other upholstered piece of furniture: give the piece of furniture a personal touch by choosing one of the exclusive curtain and furniture fabrics at Art Deco Web Store. It is also possible to have matching scatter cushions or separate cushions made of these fabrics. Of course it is also possible to create your own unique item of clothing or (home) accessory. Take a chic, silk fabric from Art Deco Web Store and turn it into a UNIQUE and EXCLUSIVE festive dress, shawl, bag, skirt, pants, blazer, jacket or other piece of clothing or (home) accessory, such as a bedspread or a decorative cushion.
Abbreviations of Textile Fibres and more information on curtain and furniture fabrics can be found at Technical Terms Furniture Fabrics.