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Pavilion Boucle White Universal Top Voile Panel

Sizes stated are per panel.
  • £16.00 - £30.00
  • (Delivery from £3.95 )
Item in Stock   |   Usually dispatched within 24 hours

A medium-weight textured boucle voile with a white linen design and textured slub appearance.

The universal header tape means it is ideal to hang from your current hardware as it can be used with both poles and tracks.

Alterations: In-between drop sizes are available at an additional charge of £16 per panel. For a customised drop, please select a drop longer than you require and add your desired drop in the box below.

*Please note that customised drops are non-returnable.

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A medium-weight textured boucle voile with a white linen design and textured slub appearance.

The universal header tape means it is ideal to hang from your current hardware as it can be used with both poles and tracks.

Alterations: In-between drop sizes are available at an additional charge of £16 per panel. For a customised drop, please select a drop longer than you require and add your desired drop in the box below.

*Please note that customised drops are non-returnable.

Hem: 2'' 1.5cm turned hem. 

Heading: 2'' Universal heading tape for use with net rods and wire, curtain track, and poles with rings

Washing Care: 40° machine wash, rinse, and line dry 

Gather: To create sufficient fullness, we recommend 2.5x the width of your window

Samples - £0.99

Standard UK delivery 3-5 days - £3.95

Standard UK for Non-Mainland - £6.50

*Standard delivery is free for orders over £59

Express Tracked within 2 days - £7.95

XL Surcharge (for long poles and rods) - £12.00

The XL Surcharge is £8.50 (for orders over £59 and FREE for orders over £200)

Notes

  •  All days quoted are from date of dispatch
  • All items are subject to a making or dispatch time as well, as the delivery time. (Details of the making and dispatch times can be found on the product page. As these are working days these exclude weekends and bank holidays.)
  • The XL Surcharge still applies if you have qualified for free delivery but is a reduced rate.
  • We cannot guarantee express delivery in the following postcodes and areas – most of the Scottish Highlands, any remote areas and islands, and all AB, IV, KW, LA, PA, PH, BT, CA18 - CA27, HS1 - HS9, IM, TR21 - TR25, ZE postcodes. 
  • These areas and postcodes may also incur an additional postal charge for oversize items. If this is the case we will contact you and advise the costs before completing the order.
  • Orders for multiple items will be dispatched together. If you need certain items sooner, please contact the team.
  • For a tracked service, please use Express. Tracking details can take up to 24 hours to appear on the courier website after you receive your shipping notification.
  • If you are interested in an overseas delivery please contact us for a quote.

For further information on our delivery please see our detailed guidance here or please contact the team at hello@netcurtainsdirect.com

 

 


 

Ready Made Panels
Quantity Single Panel
Ready for Despatch in 8 Days
Returnable Yes
Composition 100% Polyester
Density 3 - Medium Weight
Washing Care 40° machine wash
Colour White
Heading Type 2
Style Plain
 
 
Product Overview
What's the difference between net curtains and voiles?

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.

How do you hang voile curtains?

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.

Can voile curtains go in the washing machine?

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.)

 

Can voile curtains be lined?

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 hello@netcurtainsdirect.com

How do you maximise privacy with voile curtains?

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

Are curtains or blinds best?

With so many options available these days, both can be practical and beautiful.

Generally curtains lend a more luxurious feel to the room, while blinds look neater and more contemporary. Curtains can also offer better thermal insulation, while blinds are generally easier to clean.

Specification
What's the difference between blackout and dimout curtains?

Blackout curtains have a fabric or lining that blocks out all light, while dimout usually blocks most but not all light – normally around 98%.

The key to either blackout or dimout is to use them with poles or tracks that minimize the gap between the window and the curtain. Curtains tracks are often used, or you can get special curtain poles.

Can I wash curtains?

It depends on the fabric and construction as there is a huge variety of options for curtains. If you don’t have care instructions we would recommend dry cleaning.

Measuring Advice
How do you measure up for voile curtains?

It’s very easy to measure up for net curtains. Just follow our simple guide here

How do I measure for curtains?

It’s very easy to measure up for curtains. Just follow our simple guide here.

Where should curtains hang?

Largely this is a matter of taste, but most of the time people choose one of three options:

1.       Just below the window. Offering a neat look, this is also generally cheaper as it needs less fabric. It can also be more practical if the room is busy or long curtains could pose a hazard, near a fireplace for instance.

2.       Just off the floor. Full length curtains look beautiful and can make a room seem taller. Just off the floor looks neat and provides a calming focal point.

3.       In a puddle on the floor. As above this makes a room seem taller and shows off a beautiful fabric. Puddled fabric looks less formal and really suits linens and other natural fabrics.

The length of curtain you need depends on where your pole is positioned. We rate this blog on how to hang curtains from stylist and interior designer Emily Henderson

https://stylebyemilyhenderson.com/blog/hanging-curtains-all-wrong

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