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John Lewis & Partners Blyton Curtain, Indigo

Product description

Product specifications

Brand
John Lewis & Partners
Colour Palette
Blue & Green
Country of Origin
UK
Curtain Type
Made to Measure Curtains
Design
Plain
Fabric Pattern Repeat
0cm
Fabric Roll Length
30m
Fabric Width
140cm
Material
60 polyester, 28% viscose, 12% linen
Pattern
Plain
Washing Instructions
Dry clean only

John Lewis & Partners Blyton Curtain, Indigo

Price per metre

£25.00

Create your curtain to get a price

Pick a heading style, add your measurements and choose your lining options. Herbert Parkinson, our exclusive manufacturer in Lancashire, will create your curtains and send them within 7 working days.

1. Choose a heading style

Learn about heading styles
Pencil pleat selected
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Check your drop measurement

Changing your heading style affects the drop of your curtain. Follow our guide for measuring curtains and add your drop details again.

Choose your eyelet colour

2. Enter your measurements

Choose a pair or single curtain

Enter your measurements in centimetres (cm)

Learn how to measure correctly to help you measure your made to measure curtain

Minimum 30 centimeters

Minimum 50 centimeters

3. Choose lining options

Learn about lining types

Premium Thermal Blackout Lining (extra cost)

Please enter your measurements to get a lining price.

Choose a colour for your lining

Please double check your measurements as we custom make every curtain.

John Lewis & Partners Blyton Curtain, Indigo

Fabric price per metre

£25.00

Product description

Product specifications

Brand
John Lewis & Partners
Colour Palette
Blue & Green
Country of Origin
UK
Curtain Type
Made to Measure Curtains
Design
Plain
Fabric Pattern Repeat
0cm
Fabric Roll Length
30m
Fabric Width
140cm
Material
60 polyester, 28% viscose, 12% linen
Pattern
Plain
Washing Instructions
Dry clean only

Brand information

John Lewis & Partners

When you're part of it, you put your heart into it.

At John Lewis & Partners, we're more than employees - we're owners. That's why we're all called Partners.

And that's why we all go above and beyond to offer quality products and outstanding service to the people that matter most - you, our customers.

Because for us, it's personal.

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Standard UK delivery in 7 working days
Free
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Our usual exchange and refund policy doesn’t apply to products that are made to order or made to measure, which cannot be cancelled, returned or exchanged. This doesn't affect your statutory rights if goods are faulty, or not as described.

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How to measure for pleated curtains

Positioning your track or pole

positioning of track or pole
  • Choose whether you want your curtain to hang from a track or a pole
  • Position your track or pole 15cm above your window with 15-20cm either side
  • Always fit the track or pole before taking measurements for curtains
  • Curtain measurements should be the width of the track or pole so they can be drawn right back, unless the window fits wall-to-wall

To be sure of the best possible fit, we suggest using a metal tape measure for accuracy.

How to measure for tracks

For a curtain track

measuring of the curtain track
  • Measure the total width of the track including the overlap if there is one
  • Only measure the window if it’s wall-to-wall

Choosing the drop of your curtains

decide on the drop of the curtain

Before measuring the drop, decide where you want your curtains to fall.

  • Drop to sill – finish 1cm above the sill
  • Drop below sill – finish 10-15cm below, depending on radiator obstructions
  • Drop to floor – finish 1cm from the floor

If you want your curtains to drape and gather on the floor, add 10-15cm to the drop to create this effect.

Please note: we will allow for hems and turnings.

Measuring the drop for tracks

Measuring the drop for tracks
  • Measure from the top of the track to where you want the curtain to finish
  • When your curtains arrive, make sure the adjustable curtain hooks sit in the middle to bottom of the heading so the track is hidden

Measure the drop in 3 places across the track or pole as floors and sills may be uneven; use the shortest of these 3 measurements.

How to measure for poles

For a curtain pole

measuring the width of the curtain pole
  • Measure the total width of the pole (excluding the finials at the ends)
  • Only measure the window if it’s wall-to-wall

Choosing the drop of your curtains

decide on the drop of the curtain

Before measuring the drop, decide where you want your curtains to fall.

  • Drop to sill – finish 1cm above the sill
  • Drop below sill – finish 10-15cm below, depending on radiator obstructions
  • Drop to floor – finish 1cm from the floor

If you want your curtains to drape and gather on the floor, add 10-15cm to the drop to create this effect.

Please note: we will allow for hems and turnings.

Measuring the drop for poles

measuring the drop for poles
  • Measure from the eye of the curtain ring so you can see the pole above the curtains
  • When your curtains arrive, measure so the adjustable curtain hooks sit in the top of the heading so that the pole is visible

Measure the drop in 3 places across the track as floors and sills may be uneven; use the shortest of these 3 measurements.

Learn about lining types

Premium Cotton Lining

Our 100% cotton lining is exceptional value.  It provides all the quality and drapability you’d expect from an entirely natural fabric.

 

Premium Thermal Blackout lining

Designed to block out light and protect delicate fabrics.  Blackout lining is great for bedrooms.  It also helps protect fabric fading in sunlight.

 

Basics Polycotton lining- Available in store only

Our polyester and cotton blended lining gives the look and feel of a standard lining but at a more affordable price.

 

Standard Soft Backed lining - Available in store only

A heavier weight lining with a brushed finish.  This lining offers improved drape and insulating properties, great for bedrooms or singled glazed windows.  A good lining to use for Roman blinds as it adds weight to the blind.   *not all fabrics are suitable for this lining.

How to measure for eyelet curtains

Positioning of your pole

positioning of track or pole
  • Choose whether you want your curtain to hang from a track or a pole
  • Position your track or pole 15cm above your window with 15-20cm either side
  • Always fit the track or pole before taking measurements for curtains
  • Curtain measurements should be the width of the track or pole so they can be drawn right back, unless the window fits wall-to-wall

To be sure of the best possible fit, we suggest using a metal tape measure for accuracy.

Measuring the width and the drop

Measuring the width

decide on the width of the curtain
  • Measure the total width of the pole (excluding the finials at the ends)
  • Only measure the window if it’s wall-to-wall

Measuring the drop

decide on the drop of the curtain

Please note: we will allow for hems, turnings and heading height so there is no need to incorporate this in your total measurement.


Before measuring the drop, decide where you want your curtains to fall.

  • Drop to sill – finish 1cm above the sill
  • Drop below sill – finish 10-15cm below, depending on radiator obstructions
  • Drop to floor – finish 1cm from the floor

If you want your curtains to drape and gather on the floor, add 10-15cm to the drop to create this effect

Measure the drop in 3 places across the pole as floors and sills may be uneven; use the shortest of these 3 measurements.

Curtain heading styles

Pencil pleat

positioning of track or pole

These are folds gathered closely together to resemble a row of pencils laid side-by-side. They are created by pulling the cords on the heading tape and winding them around a cord tidy to keep the pleats in place. The width of pencil pleat curtains can be altered with the draw cord.

Double and triple pinch pleat

Double and triple pinch pleat

These curtains are suitable for tracks or poles, and feature gathered fabric with permanently sewn pinches along the header of the curtain. The double or triple pinches use more fabric than a pencil pleat, so therefore creating a fuller curtain. This type of curtain will only fit the window it has been measured for because the width is pre-set.

Eyelet

decide on the drop of the curtain

These are suitable only for curtain poles and have a row of eyelets, usually metal, which are 40mm in diameter. They give a much softer, wider fold.

Eyelets are available in a range of different sizes and finishes in store through our Bespoke made-to-measure service.