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Neutral curtain recommends for bedroom?

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Lovepancakes Tue 17-May-16 20:50:31

I just wondered if anyone had any ideas where to buy ready made neutral curtains that don't look cheap but don't cost £600! (As I need 3 long pairs and John Lewis one were lovely but an investment while I'm happy with something middle range)

wowfudge Wed 18-May-16 06:51:36

Have you tried Dunelm and also an online store like Curtains2Go? There are others around too.

We have two huge windows we need curtains for and the pricing from Curtains2Go was not heart-stopping. They'll also send you free fabric samples. I haven't ordered from them, but have had a blind from their sister company Blinds2Go.

Lovepancakes Wed 18-May-16 11:56:41

I will try those, thank you so much. I did look at Dunelm and couldn't tell enough from the photos so maybe as you say swatches is the way forward. Thanks

shanhill Sat 21-May-16 14:06:16

I just use some plain cloth that I tailored out myself. It looks great and elegant.

Misty9 Sat 21-May-16 23:33:32

We got some great neutral curtains from b and q. It's a sort of woven material in a stone colour (ring top) and they look more expensive than they were. Will look for link...

Misty9 Sat 21-May-16 23:37:26

these eyelet is what I meant. They're lovely and soft and I love the texture.

NicknameUsed Sat 21-May-16 23:37:27

I bought some lovely silver grey curtains from Boundary Mills the other week.

Lovepancakes Tue 24-May-16 21:09:26

Oh thank you so much! And Misty those look amazing . I wish we had curtain rails not tracks as that would have solved it!

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