Styling your sheers
There are plenty of ways to make your sheer curtains an aesthetic feature as well as practical. Pair them with curtains or blinds, extend them wall to wall for grandeur or create room dividers.
What are sheers made of?
Sheers can be made of a range of different types of fabric including voile, polyester, cotton and linen blends. Some have an organza-like look and feel while others are more like a gauzy muslin style fabric. Sheers look beautiful when gathered or draping.
Lots of variety
Our sheer curtains come in many different colours and sometimes also with a light pattern woven through them. This is a great way to add colour and visual interest to a room without it becoming the dominant feature.
HEADING STYLES DICTATE HOW YOUR CURTAINS DRAPE
Heading styles refers to the way the curtain is sewn at the top. This affects the way it gathers and drapes. The width, depth and separation of the waves of a curtain can really change the overall look and feel of your room. Our consultants can help your choose the right one to get the look you want.learn more
Free guide to choosing curtains
Not sure which curtains will suit your home? Find out everything you need to know with this free guide.Learn more
WHY CHOOSE CUSTOM-MADE
To get the look and function you want, our consultants guide you through which type of curtain, fabric and hanging and heading styles you need, and take accurate measurements.
Crafted with care in NZ
Locally made at our workshop in Nelson, our curtain makers pay attention to small details, first checking your fabric is flawless, before carefully measuring, cutting and sewing.
Once your curtains are made, we have a professional team trained to install them to ensure they fit and hang just right. They will also show you best practice for using them.
FIND YOUR STYLE
Browse our abundance of fabric choices and be inspired by these looks.
Breeze James Dunlop
Cavalier James Dunlop
Freemans James Dunlop
Drift James Dunlop
Polar James Dunlop