Beautiful drapery or an airy set of curtains make any home feel that little bit cosier. They also offer a whole series of advantages - from protecting you from prying eyes, to blocking out too much sunlight or the cold, right through to improving room acoustics. Drapery and curtains can be made from virtually any kind of material and integrated in practically any room or interior design thanks to the wide range of ready-made product types available on the market. While long, heavy drapery with elegantly arranged wave pleats are perfect for the bedroom, short curtains, cafe curtains and roller blinds made from low-maintenance fabric are more suitable for the kitchen.
Here is where you'll gain an overview of the different options for ready-made products made from our drapery fabrics. Our professional interior designers will be more than happy to assist you with any questions you may have - you can reach the shop finder HERE.
Curtain tapes - perfect pleats for any occasion
Curtain tapes are the ideal addition for giving a decoration that certain something. The biggest challenge is choosing the right tape. The extensive collection of ADO curtain tapes offers you over 200 variants with a variety of individual design options. The high quality standard and the wide range of special decorative and pleating tapes allow for effortless use and optimal decorative results. All of our tape products are easy to use, low-maintenance and can be washed and ironed without a hitch.
So, which curtain tape is right for your particular surrounding and requirements?
Terrific without tape – ready-made products without curtain tapes
While the aim of manufacturing curtains with curtain tape is to produce precise, perfect pleats, a natural drape is paramount for curtains that do not feature a curtain tape. Loosely hanging pleats can be created with the following ready-made products without a curtain tape, for example:
We offer a wide range of options for customising your tailormade drapery in line with your wishes - right down to the little details. Edging can provide a colour border to your drapery, while a double curtain tape prevents nosy neighbours from peeping in. Create fabulous accents with a colourful decorative panel while referencing back to our interior design's colour concept. From sophisticated macramé elements to tuck edging - the sky's the limit!
Practical yet stylish – the Roman blind
Practicality is the be-all and end-all when it comes to choosing fabrics for the kitchen. Curtains should let in enough light to be able to work and cook, while also keeping out prying eyes. The Roman blind offers the best of both worlds. Yet this practical ready-made product isn't just ideal for the kitchen - it can be used anywhere that floor-length drapery wouldn't work, as well as if you would like to be able to flexibly react to changing lighting conditions and maintain your privacy. The blind is moved up or down with a gentle tug. However, a number of options are available for Roman blinds - not just in terms of roller technology, but also when it comes to ready-made product services.
The classic for the kitchen - Cafe curtains
Cafe curtains - also known as panneaux - are one of the most popular types of kitchen curtains of all time. Why exactly is that? Well, it's because they allow in enough light, provide the right level of privacy, look perfect in a white country kitchen, are traditional, airy, light and often beautifully embroidered. Discover our cafe curtain fabrics Arnica, Lia and Buttercup.
Straightforward and flexible - the panel curtain
Panel curtains - also known as sliding panel curtains - are flat, vertical, rectangular-shaped window decorations that run on sliders. Wide fabric panels are flexible and easy to move, while also appearing to float on the ceiling. They are ideal for sunlight protection or privacy screens on floor-to-ceiling windows and glass façades, and can even serve as room dividers. Our tip for you: Lovely colour gradients can be created using different tones within one colour family.
Our classic - ADO Cordon string curtain
ADO Cordon and Cordon Flow are true design elements - not just when used on windows, but also as room dividers. The string curtain can be cut to any length and looks most elegant when hanging straight and ready made without pleats. Why not put it to use on patio doors - it'll look great!
Ready-made product range
Traditional curtains have always been very popular. From festoon net curtains, to valances and jardinieres, right through to criss-cross curtains - traditional ready-made product types truly come to life in airy, light fabrics.
Professional and individual consulting
Our tip for you: Get in touch with a professional interior designer. Our range of curtains and drapery is very extensive. As not just selecting the right curtains, but also the best options for installation and manufacturing can quickly become overwhelming, it's well worth taking a trip to an interior designer. You won't regret investing in premium quality drapery that's been manufactured professionally.
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