1) How can I order?
Hi, thanks for your interest, we will custom make your favourite design to fit your window perfectly. There are two ways to order: 1) order directly from website-tdcurtainpartners.com.au- by providing window rod measurement. 2) send " rod width and drop from top of rod to desired length" to us via facebookmessager https://www.facebook.com/TD-Curtain-Partners-1590571264573372/ or email [email protected] , we will provide quotes and answer all your questions in details. Thanks.
2) Where is your store located?
Our head officeoperates in Melbourne since 2015. To keep the price lowest with premium quality,we take orders online. It allows us to focus on quality and customer satisfaction. Thousands of our happy customers from worldwide. Quality and customers satisfactions are guaranteed.
3) How to measure the window
Never think only professionals can measure your window, it is actually very simply, so save the money here for better quality curtains. Only two measurements needed to have perfect curtains custom made, we will do the rest for you:
1) Rod width (distance between two end posts). If not rod installed, measure the window outer frames+40cm to estimate rod width.
2) Drop from top of rod to desired length.
STEP 1. PLEASE MEASURE THE WINDOW ROD/TRACK WIDTH.
For the best result, your curtain track or pole should be positioned approximately 15cm (6") higher than the window, and be wider than your window by 15-20cm (6-8") either side.
Measure its full length, end to end. Measure the rod length, not including the finials (the decorative pieces on the end).
To get a soft gathered look when your curtains are closed, use your rod or track measurements as a starting point and multiply 2.
(e.g. rod width is 2 meters, curtain width is 2x2=4 meters)
STEP 2. DROP FROM TOP OF ROD TO DESIRED LENGTH
Measure from the top of the track to your desired end point.
Measure from the top of the rod to your desired end point.
Exceptions to this rule:
If you intend to hang pleat with hooks curtains on rod, and want to make a feature of the rod, measure from the eye of the curtain ring.