Linen Curtains

Linen curtains are made of fabric with a linen weave texture. This is categorised as a looser weave than cotton, which gives linen curtains their unique character. 

Advances in technology mean non-flax fabrics can now be used to create the same fabric profile.

Linen is traditionally made from flax; strong, absorbent and faster drying than cotton. 

Linen fabrics are some of the oldest in the world, used in ancient civilisations like Mesopotamia and Egypt, and even mentioned in the Bible. So we’d say the word of mouth reputation of linen is incredibly strong!

Take a look at our fabric library, or call us to find out about our full range.

What kinds of linen curtains are available?

Linen is mostly offered in neutral colours but increasingly deep, rich hues and prints are being used. The only limit is your imagination.

Here are some of the ways of hanging linen curtains to highlight their lustre and unique character.

Linen curtains with ties are often used for a less formal look. They go beautifully with modern style interiors. These curtains look great with added personality like ruffles or pom-pom edges.

Tab top linen curtains drape very evenly, hung from large fabric loops over a pole. This type of linen curtain is neat and informal.

Rod pocket linen curtains are great for spaces where the curtains are mostly fixed in place, like decorative linen over functional sheers. The curtains have a slender casing sewn in that makes them fall neatly, but open less easily.
Sheer curtains in a dark fabric reduce the Sydney sun’s glare

Pencil pleat linen curtains are perfect for classic interiors as they are a timelessly elegant look. The name comes from the fabric gathering at the top of the curtain when hung on a pole or track.

Specifications

Maximum SizeCustom made to any size
StylesChain driven rollers, optional crank drive + spring assist / motorisation
FabricsSunscreens + sheers + translucents + blockouts
Flame RetardencyFlame retardant fabrics available
MotorisationHighly suitable
Warranty5 years

How can I keep my house cool in summer?

 

Keeping your house cool in summer – and warm in winter – is about more than heaters and air conditioning.

Window coverings play a huge role in insulating houses from the temperatures outside.

Read more about controlling temperature in your home.

Add a touch of drama

Want to know more? Call our design experts today for a free quote 

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