All curtains are made up with hand sewn hems, weighted at the bottom and lots of care taken in finishing them off beautifully for you.

Which curtain heading would compliment my Design Scheme?

Triple pleat heading hung from Poles
Triple pleat heading hung from Poles

Triple pleat curtains offer a formal look to your window dressing, These are made up with a stiffened bucram heading which defines the pleat.

Double pleat heading hung from poles
Double pleat heading hung from poles

Double pleated heading shown made up in voile fabric. This gives a more relaxed, less formal appearance than the Triple pleat.

Gathered Curtain Heading
Gathered Curtain Heading

The delicate gathered heading conveys a relaxed appearance. Can be made up with Sheer and Silk fabrics.

Wave Heading
Wave Heading

A contemporary style. The curtains hang in even folds, made up on a special track or pole

Eyelet Heading,Julias Curtain Making
Eyelet Heading,Julias Curtain Making

Eyelet headings create a modern, contemporary neat appearance. They stack neatly in folds, giving maximum light into the room.

Deep Pencil Pleat
Deep Pencil Pleat

This gives a simple informal, elegant appearance. Folds are gathered up closely These work well on both curtain poles or tracks.

Gathered heading
Gathered heading

This is a soft heading and conveys a relaxed appearance. The gathered pleat looks beautiful made up with Sheer fabrics. The gathered tape works on the same principle of pulling a cord on a heading tape.

Goblet pleat heading hung from Pole
Goblet pleat heading hung from Pole

The Goblet pleat creates a rather grand luxurious appearance. The heading looks similar to a glass goblet! Julia's Curtains in Camberley, Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire