Curtains and draperies

Tradition, functionality, elegance are terms typical of one of the oldest elements of shielding technology. Curtains and draperies have become an integral part of commercial spaces and our homes.

Manual and motor control

Manual and motor control

Although most hinges are operated manually, motorization is becoming more common, especially with the arrival of modern control technologies and intelligent home control systems.
Modern pleats

Modern pleats

Curtains are experiencing a renaissance today and can be found both in households and in commercial spaces.
Sewing without vertical joints

Sewing without vertical joints

The fabrics in our collection have a minimum width of 2800 mm. As a result, it is not necessary to sew vertical joints in most orders, which spoils their appearance.
Sewing with a lost stitch

Sewing with a lost stitch

All curtains made of decorative fabrics are sewn using the so-called lost stitch technology. The front side is not disturbed by the stitch and the hinge on the sides blends perfectly.

CURTAINS AND VOILES

 

Tradition, functionality and elegance are terms typical of one of the oldest elements of shading technology. They have become an integral part of our homes and commercial spaces. There can be several reasons for their use in the interior - shading, decoration, noise reduction, space division or partial thermal insulation. Fabrics for curtains and voiles are formatted vertically and sewn on single-purpose semiautomatic machines equipped with the latest technology. The result is perfect machining. The three most common types of curtains are D1, D2 and FRR. Other types of curtains are ring curtains (RG20 and RG25), wavy pleated (WA60, WA80) and triple pleated (D3).

 

Curtains and draperies

LIBEL CURTAIN

The transparent LIBEL curtain with a simple pleat (D1) and fullness (F=2) are the perfect complement to any window together with the LUXI curtain and a great choice for those who want plenty of light in the interior but at the same time wish to maintain privacy. Thanks to their minimalist and elegant design, they create a feeling of comfort in every interior and are therefore ideal for the bedroom, living room or office. The curtain in this version has a 30 mm side hem and an elegantly hemmed shell. If you prefer a minimalist shading design, try choosing a fabric roller blind with ZOOMTECH® technology instead of a curtain. For LIBEL curtains, choose fabrics from our RR collection from the RON, LAVA and SJED fabric groups.

LUXI CURTAIN

LUXI double pleated D2 curtains with fullness F= 2,4 are available in two variants - translucent and DIMOUT. Translucent curtains create a design and functional element that regulates the intensity of light in the interior while providing plenty of privacy. DIM-OUT curtains create a 70-90% blackout effect and are therefore mainly suitable for rooms where greater light control is desired, such as the bedroom or study. For LUXI curtains choose decorative fabrics from our RR collection groups. Thanks to the wide range of colours in our fabric range, you will be able to easily match the curtain to any type of interior.

LOUIS XIV. CURTAIN

Louis XIV. is our most sophisticated curtain with multiple functional elements. It has excellent acoustic and black-out properties. The lining is fully blackout. It can be combined with up to four fabrics, is sewn with an elegant double pleat D2 with fulness 2,4 and thanks to details such as a tightly sewn cord in the side hem, it perfectly meets even the most demanding customer requirements.


EXECUTION OF CURTAINS

D1 FULLNESS F=1,8 

The D1 pleated curtain has a simple design and an interesting price. The curtain is looser thanks to the smaller fullness, but the simple, clean and minimalist design is suitable for modern interiors.

D2 FULLNESS F=2,4

The double-pleated curtain is the best-selling option. It has a large enough fullness and the design of the top hem is very attractive. Like the single-pleated curtain, it can be made to fall flat on the floor.

FRR FULLNESS F=2,0

A curtain with traditional fullness using fullness tape is a popular simple option. It gives a rich impression and looks best suspended in front of the profile and flowing just above the ground. The advantage of the fullness tape is that it can be sewn on a slope.
 

W60 FULLNESS F=1,8

The wavy pleated curtain is very fashionable today. It is suspended under the profile and the fabric formed by the regular wave passes from the axis of the profile to both sides. For manual operation, it is appropriate to use the DS profile, which has a rounded front. It is recommended to lower the curtain as close to the floor as possible in this variant, to a maximum distance of 15 mm. The wavy pleating stands out for its clean simple design and for these reasons is very popular with interior designers and architects.

WHY TO CHOOSE CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES?


There can be several reasons for using curtains and draperies in the interior - shading, decoration, noise reduction, space division or partial thermal insulation.

Fabrics for curtains and draperies are formatted in a vertical state and sewn on single-purpose semi-automatic machines equipped with the latest technology. The result is perfect machining.

We produce several types of profiles on which curtains and draperies are hung. KS, DS are profiles operated manually, by pulling on the fabric of the hinge. CKS is a cord-operated profile. FMS is a motor profile with the TOUCH CONTROL function (pulling the hinge fabric turns on the motor control). The FMS profile is suitable for plastering in the variant, FMS PLUS for installation in the ceiling.

WHICH CURTAIN HEIGHT TO CHOOSE?

Our recommended heights of curtains and drapes are 15 mm above the floor MINUS 15, 10 mm more than the height from floor to ceiling - PLUS 10 and 30 mm more than the height from floor to ceiling - PLUS 30.
 

WHAT ARE THE FULLNESS OPTIONS? 

According to the type of fullness  (the amount of fabric used per 1 bm of drape), we divide them into D1 (1.8 bm of fabric is used per 1 bm of drape) and D2 (2.4 bm of fabric is used per 1 bm of hinge). Very popular is the so-called corrugated fold in the W60 fullnes variant (2.5 bm of fabric is used per 1 bm meter of drape).
 

The exclusive variant is the D2LI20XC type - a drape with a double fold, a lining that is 20 mm longer than the drape's own decorative fabric. The lower part of the lining can be removable for easy maintenance of the drape.


COLLECTION OF FABRICS

Choose from our collection of fabrics, which includes a complete range of shades and textures and at the same time is discreet and timeless.

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