Textured Curtains

Create the perfect textured fabric curtains for your home

Whether you’re looking to add a touch of interest to your home or simply want to update your decor, textured curtains are a great option. Not only do they add visual interest to any room, but they can also help reduce noise, keep the heat in, provide privacy and are extremely tactile.

There are a variety of textured curtain fabrics to choose from, including subtle weaves, plain velvets and woven herringbone designs. Herringbone curtains are perfect for creating a warm and inviting space due to their soft, woven look, whilst velvet curtains add a sense of drama.

Textured curtains are a great way to add style and function to your home. And with Thread & Dandy, you can create textured fabric curtains to your exact tastes. The length, materials, colours, and headings for your curtains are all chosen by you. Once you have selected your favourite options, our team will bring your designs to life.

Will Textured Curtains Work With My Current Interior Design Style?

Textured fabrics will work well with almost any interior design style, whether your rooms are traditional or more modern.

As extra reassurance, our bespoke curtains are created with input from professional interior designers. We understand how window treatments can pull any room together, which is why our design team selects options based on current trends and timeless classics.

When choosing suitable textured fabric curtains, it’s essential to consider the overall style of your home. For a more traditional look, opt for subtle weaves and woven fabrics. If you’re going for a more modern style, textured embroidery will stand out and make an impact.

As with all decorative elements, colour is a significant aspect that you have to keep in mind. Take a look through our wide range of shades and hues, and you’ll find the perfect textured curtains to go with your room’s existing colour palette.

What Room in My Home is Best for Textured Window Treatments?

Textured fabrics can be used in any room of the house. However, they are most commonly used in living rooms, bedrooms, and home offices:

Living Room Textured Curtains

As one of the most commonly used spaces, the living room is the perfect place to start when decorating with textured curtains. Velvet curtains are a classic choice for this space, particularly if you live in a period property, as they add a touch of luxury and sophistication. If you’re looking for something more subtle, herringbone curtains in a neutral shade are a great option and can really soften the ambience of your front room.

Bedroom Textured Curtains

Textured curtains can also be used in the bedroom to create a warm and inviting space. Woven curtains are popular, as they work well with many interior styles and create an intimate atmosphere. Velvet curtains are also a good option for the bedroom as the thick and comforting material is perfect for insulating window areas. 

Home Office Textured Curtains

If you work from home, you know how important it is to have a functional and stylish space. Adding textured curtains to your home office can help achieve this look. A woven stripe is a great choice to add character without overpowering the room. 

Textured Curtains Made With You in Mind

Thread & Dandy specialise in crafting bespoke textured curtains. Rather than having to depend on ready-made options, we provide you with an array of designs, styles, materials, and colours that you can mix and match, meaning you can get the exact look you want for your window treatments.

With years of experience in residential interior design, our designers only select options that they know you will love.

Whether you’re looking for navy velvet curtains with eyelets, or a charcoal herringbone design with blackout interlinings or any other combination you can think of, simply let us know your precise specifications and our team will create your ideal pair of textured fabric curtains.



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