In the kitchen area, ceiling-to-floor Wave Fold Sheer Curtains in Pearl Altitude fabric was chosen to both soften and add the desired wow factor to the stunning new interior.
The Sheer Curtains were designed with a left-hand side stack so they can be drawn open to the left allowing uninterrupted access through the sliding door. The Sheers also reduce glare while allowing daylight through, as well as hiding an adjacent brick wall.
The Sheer Curtains have been designed to “puddle” on the floor. Finishing the fabric with an extra 10cms on the floor creates an opulent look.
“We knew we wanted the ceiling-to-floor Sheers but the value the dollar curtains + blinds team added was advising us about the different options on how the sheers could sit on the floor,” says Kristie.
“I’m so glad we opted for The Puddle finish because they beautifully cascade onto the floor enhancing the soft feel of the room.”
Elsewhere, the couple opted for Blockout Roller Blinds in Vamp fabric in the Bounty colourway in their guest bedrooms and study.
The Blockout Roller Blinds were a practical option in the study, in particular, which also houses a four square metre wall of wine bottles that needed to be protected from the heat and sun.
In the guest bedrooms, the Blockout Roller Blinds blend into the wall colour to create a “barely-there” inconspicuous look when open.
Reno over and Kristie says that she and Callum are “obsessed” with their new Sheers and Blockout Roller Blinds.
“They are such a talking point when people visit. They complement the overall style of our home and warm it right up. Without them, the house would look unfinished,” Kristie says.