Before and After – Cheltenham Town House Large Square Bay

Cartridge pleat curtains on Silent Gliss Metropole in bay window - Cheltenham Town House

Before and after pictures of a large square bay window in a Cheltenham town house.

The client wanted to give the window a less fussy dressing and maximise the light coming into the room, so we recommended a Silent Gliss metropole curtain track with elegant and minimal cartridge pleat headed curtains in a midnight blue, which stack back neatly to each side.

 

Before - traditional pelmets and separate curtain panels clog the light. Cheltenham Town House
Before – traditional pelmets and separate curtain panels clog the light
After - Light pours into the room using a curved Silent Gliss Metropole bay pole, allowing for just two curtain panels - Cheltenham Town House
After – Light pours into the room using a curved Silent Gliss Metropole bay pole, allowing for just two curtain panels

Extra wide window needs extra wide curtains and curtain pole!

Extra wide windows with double pleat curtains in Zoffany Water Iris Ink/Charcoal, with Alison Davie Couture curtain pole and matching hold backs. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Extra wide curtains (four and half widths each!) made up in Zoffany’s beautiful Water Iris fabric in 2 different colourways.
All beautifully fitted by my fitter on Alison Davies French style Acanthus and Couture curtain poles, with matching hold backs.

A modern finish on a Dumbleton Cottage Kitchen

Roman blind in Cow Parsley fabric

This beautiful fabric, called Cow Parsley, by local designer Charlotte Macey, gives this stunning kitchen makeover the perfect finish.

The roman blind over the sink has been set slightly higher above the shallow depth window to give the illusion that the window is bigger from the inside, whilst the dining window is set into the deep recess. Both supplied on traditional wooden battens, with black cleat and acorn to match the window hardware.