The jewelled voile swag is finished with a hand scalloped jewel trim. Swags are 56cm wide x 45cm drop and are sold individually.
Please note that this is a discontinued line and stock is limited.
Heading: Slot top heading - for use with wire or a telescopic or tension rod.
Washing Care: For the best care, cool hand wash, rinse and drip dry. Iron on a cool setting.
Gather: To create sufficient fullness, use enough swags to cover at least twice the width of your window
Standard UK delivery within 5 days - £3.50
*Free for orders over £59
Standard UK for Non-Mainland - £6.50
*Free for orders over £59
Express Tracked within 2 days - £7.95
XL Surcharge (for long poles and rods) - £7.50
Samples - £0.99
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Voile curtains are very similar to nets but for the geeks among us they do differ in fabric construction.
Essentially the threads in net curtains are knitted together while in voiles they are woven. This means nets tend to be a coarser fabric but also means they are cheaper than voiles as the fabric is easier to produce and they can be cut to size without the need for hemming sides.
Voiles do need hemmed sides to stop fraying, but the benefit is that they have a softer drape, and can come in more creative designs – colours, embroidery and fabric blends are all possibilities with voiles.
There are two main ways to hang voile curtains.
The easiest is to use a tension rod, which extends to fit your window and which holds itself in place. There’s no drilling required and they can be taken down easily if you want to wash your curtains. You can also buy telescopic rods that hang on sticky hooks as an alternative.
The traditional way and cheapest method is to buy a net wire. Net wires have eyes that fit into their ends, so they can be attached to hooks (screw hooks, or sticky) on the wall. Net wires are also good for narrow slot tops curtains.
Yes most voiles can go in the washing machine with no problem at all.
Just check the washing instructions if the voile is a fabric blend or has embroidery.
Generally we recommend using a hand wash setting on your machine as this will provide the best temperature and spin.
Once washed, hang your voile curtain with as little creasing or pegging as possible. (We don't recommend a tumble dryer as the heat can damage the fibres in the curtain.)
Yes, you can line voile curtains.
As well as increasing privacy, this also increase their thermal qualities.
Most of the time though, it’s used by customer who have fallen in love with a special voile fabric and want it to be the star of their room. You can see our lined voile ranges here, or if you would like to talk to us about your ideas, please email us on email@example.com
The simplest way to maximize privacy is to increase the gather of the fabric – this provides a greater overlap of the fabric and is a superb way to increase privacy. We recommend a 2.5x gather for this reason.
In addition at NCD, we also provide a density rating for every net curtain in our range, from 1, the sheerest fabrics which maximize light, to 5 our densest designs or fabrics.
You can find more details on our density rating here
It’s very easy to measure up for net curtains. Just follow our simple guide here