Eyelet curtains are one of the most popular curtain styles. If you are after a simple-to-install, fresh, and modern-looking window covering, then eyelet curtains are for you.
What are Eyelet Curtains?
Eyelet curtains, also known as “ring top” or grommet curtains, feature 40mm metal rings sewn into the top of the curtain that allows them to easily slide over most standard-size curtain rods or poles. They are available in all sorts of fabrics from sheer to blockout. Sheer eyelet curtains provide filtered light into the room while still maintaining privacy. Conversely, blockout curtains are a heavier, jacquard-patterned fabric with an insulated coating to provide protection from sunlight.
What Types Of Eyelet Curtains Do You Sell?
There are more than 100 eyelet curtain styles to choose from among QuickFit’s extensive inventory, and you can find them in sizes that will accommodate windows and sliding doors of every shape and size. We also have a large selection of fabrics available for custom or made-to-measure eyelet curtains if you require something outside of the ready-made options available.
Are Eyelet Curtains Easy To Install?
Eyelet curtains are incredibly easy to install, even for those with little to no experience. Eyelet curtains require a curtain rod, simply slide the eyelet curtains onto the rod through each metal eyelet. Ease of install is just one of the reasons that buying eyelet curtains online is a popular choice for many customers.
Eyelet curtains come in a variety of styles and are therefore suitable for any room in the house. Because eyelet curtains are so easy to install they are the perfect way to update any room quickly and easily. As well as ready made eyelet curtains and custom made eyelet curtains Quickfit also have a range of discounted eyelet curtain in our sale.
Caring For My Eyelet Curtains
We recommend reading the care labels on your eyelet curtains as different types of fabric require different care. If in doubt, carefully hand washing your curtains is a great way of keeping them looking their best without causing damage to the curtain fabric.