I’ve selected the best websites for buying curtains online. My round-up includes everything from pattern curtains to plain curtains, thermal lining, blackout and sheer materials. Ensure you buy the right curtains to coordinate with your pole or rod and the style you want. Eyelet curtains are an excellent choice for contemporary interiors, while pleats are pretty for traditional tastes. Whether you want made-to-measure curtains or ready-made options, I hope this article can help you narrow your search. Read on to discover the best websites for buying curtains online.
The Best Websites For Buying Curtains Online
Textured Lives is best for fully lined elegant curtains that are made to order to minimise waste. The collection includes subtle and rich colours in plains, weaves or botanical patterns. The curtains are available in a choice of nine sizes and two heading styles of pencil pleat or eyelet. Jo McEwan is the founder and textile designer at Textured Lives. She has over thirty years of experience as an interior textile designer, focusing on curtains, so you are in good hands. Jo’s online interiors shop also sells cushion covers and interior fabric if you want a cohesive look.
Plumbs is best for made-to-measure curtains in any style from a collection of over 800 fabrics. I love the Glacier Midnight modern geometric pattern made from 100% polyester from Plumbs Ltd.
Terry’s Fabrics is best for ready-made curtains in different styles, sizes, colours and patterns. I wouldn’t mind the Delft Ready Made Lined Eyelet Curtains in Duck Egg from Terry’s Fabrics.
Julian Charles is best for eyelet curtains in plain colours and patterns with thermal blackout options. My favourite is the allure Silver Crushed Velvet Eyelet Curtains from Julian Charles.
Mitre Linen is best for hotel-quality curtains with eyelet or header tape fastenings designed to coordinate with their bedding and cushion range. The Azure Fairmont Luxury Deco Eyelet Curtains look fabulous from Mitre Linen.
Swift Direct Blinds is best for buying patterned curtains in a range of styles, sizes and colours. I’d pick the Nordic-inspired pyramids pattern in ochre, which are made from 100% cotton from Swift directblinds.
The Range is best for buying inexpensive check and plaid curtains. I’d go for the Teal Hadley Check Pencil Pleat Curtains from The Range.
John Lewis & Partners is best for ready-made pencil pleat curtains in traditional or contemporary patterns. I’d be pleased with the Bluebellgray Peggy Lined Pencil Pleat Curtains from John Lewis & Partners.
Bedeck is best for plain curtains by well-known brands. I think the Clarissa Hulse Chroma Lined Curtains in Mustard are rather lovely from Bedeck Home.
B & Q is best for simple and cost-effective unlined curtains with a focus on eyelet types. I love the Digga Blue Diamond Unlined Eyelet Curtains from B & Q.
Wayfair is best for sheer curtains, which are perfect if you want privacy without blocking natural light. The Eyelet Sheer Curtain is an elegant option from Madura at Wayfair.
Dunelm is best for blackout curtains, which will block the light out completely. The Grey Pencil Pleat Blackout Curtains are perfect for the bedroom from Dunelm.
Amazon UK is best for children’s bedroom curtains. The Dinosaur printed curtains are too cute from Happy Linen Company at Amazon UK.
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Best Websites For Buying Curtains Online Post Credits
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: The featured image shows Sanderson Dandelion Clocks Curtains from Bedeck. The article pictures are from Textured Lives, Plumbs Ltd, Terry’s Fabrics, Julian Charles, Mitre Linen, Swift directblinds, The Range, John Lewis & Partners, Bedeck Home, B & Q, Wayfair, Dunelm and Happy Linen Company at Amazon UK.