Freshen up the windows in your home with our voile curtain panels without breaking the bank. Our reasonably priced voile curtains are a perfect addition to any room with their beautiful and light qualities. So, take a look through our extensive voile curtain range today!
Voile curtains are mostly sold in single panels so please remember to add 2 to your basket if you require a pair. Finished with a slot top heading, our voile panels are to be used on a thin net rod. Alternatively, they may be finished with a ring top header to be hung on your existing curtain pole. As a result, these finishes on the voile curtains both create a distinguished and refined look for inside your home. This classy look is sought after and makes voile curtains a desirable collection and a popular addition to homes.
Voile curtains are not lined and are used to add soft flowing lines to a window for an elegant effect. Due to this look, it creates the impression of unconfinement and freedom which generates a relaxed atmosphere in your home.
They can also be used to complement heavier ready made curtains by adding some privacy but still allowing in light. This means that the voile curtains are versatile as they can be used individually or paired with existing curtains.
This provides the opportunity to mix and match the voile curtains with heavier curtains throughout the year. In doing this, you will have a fresh change between warmer and colder months which issues an alternate look for your home.
Voile and net curtains are both popular choices for window treatments, but they serve slightly different purposes and offer distinct aesthetics.
Voile curtains are made from a lightweight, semi-sheer fabric that elegantly drapes, allowing natural light into the room while offering a level of privacy. Voile is typically woven from cotton or a blend of cotton and polyester, producing a soft and silky appearance. The transparency of voile curtains can vary, with some designs offering a more opaque finish for added privacy. Their smooth texture and stylish designs make them ideal for living rooms, bedrooms, and dining rooms.
Net curtains, on the other hand, are generally made from synthetic materials like polyester, resulting in a more textured and rigid drape. They feature intricate patterns and designs, such as lace or embroidery, which add a traditional and decorative touch to windows. Net curtains are primarily used to maintain privacy, as they allow ample light into the room but make it difficult for people outside to see in. These curtains are often used in bathrooms, kitchens, or ground floor rooms facing the street.