Keston properties deserve to have made to measure blinds and best-quality curtains in their home
Keston is a village in the London Borough of Bromley, but historically it was part of Kent. It is part suburban, part rural in nature and lies on the edge of Hayes Common.
It has a history of being the homes of some very influential people. In 2005, a luxury stately home called Holwood House (where the campaign to abolish Britain's slave trade took shape) went on the market for £12 million.
This property in the village of Keston was not only once owned by a former prime minister, but can also boast about having Sir Winston Churchill over for regular lunches and Margaret Thatcher as a close neighbour. Irrespective of who lunches in your home, our quality bespoke curtains and made to measure blinds will not look out of place.
At Bespoke Curtains & Blinds, we create quality made-to-measure products and specialise in tailor made curtains, blinds, as well as upholstery (and re-upholstery).
We offer a first-class service to all of our customers in Keston and can assure you that you will not be disappointed. Call us now for a free consultation so that we can talk you through how we can improve the look of your window or door. Difficult sizes or shapes of glazing won't matter as our bespoke design service is able to cater to all of your requirements.
How to choose a style? If you have patterned furniture or bedding, stick with solid curtains. If you have solid-colour furniture or bedding, consider patterned curtains. For a subtle hit of style and energy, go for a small, neutral print, like dots or paisley, which reads like texture from afar. A large, graphic print in a colour that relates to the existing decor is daring but can be spectacular.
Whatever look you want, we can help. Our 'under one roof' service means that we have everything you need to make your newly dressed area look absolutely perfect.
Made to Measure Curtains, Kent
Did you know....Roman blinds and roll-up varieties are a simple yet stylish solution for conservatory windows. They can be hung over each panel of glass and can be tied at different heights depending where the sun hits. Lighter colours will maintain a feeling of space and reflect heat. Another option would be to choose a blind fabric to coordinate with other textiles in the room, such as upholstered furniture and accessories.