Curtains are an extremely versatile window furnishing treatment. Fabric and pleat selection greatly effects the look of a curtain and the character of the room. Elegant, sophisticated, contemporary or minimalist looks are achieved by the use of various pleats, fabrics, trim details and decorative tracking.
By using a combination of complimentary fabric designs and colour, a harmonious balance of window treatments can be achieved when using both blinds and curtains.
Accessorising a room with complimentary fabrics in cushions and lamp shades can help co-ordinate a balanced interior.
The use of floral motifs and blocks of rich colour will help create a cosy country interior. Combining decorative sheers with blinds or curtains can also provide a light filter and privacy during the day time. This will soften hard lines in an interior environment. Bold statements of colour can be used when working with a neutral backdrop of wall colour and furniture.
Highlighted plains co-ordinated with statement prints are ideal for interior accessories. A combination of beaded and decorative trimmings will provide a bespoke finish for curtains, cushions and bedspreads.
A variety of jacards and upholstery fabrics are available for any new furniture or re-upholstery. Mansours specialise in reconditioning of old favourites or the addition of a new sofa to help complete your interior sanctuary.
Contempory s-fold window treatments with either solid or sheer fabrics will help create a sophisticated city living experience. Light colours on windows and walls and elegant dark tones for flooring will help make a small space appear more grand.
The subtle use of decorative floor rugs and co-ordinated surrounding colours will help isolate a decorative space in an open area.
A variety of sheers are available in different textures and weights. Traditional or contemporary colours and designs are available in plains, prints and embroideries.