Mummy has been wanting to change a few things at home this year, and is slowly ticking things off her list. I share a bedroom with my big bro Luke, and we had our boys bedroom redecorated completely two years ago, as did big sis Lea. So now it is the turn of our dining room.
The main thing Mummy wanted in our dining room was new curtains. The ones we had were bought second hand by Mummy when we moved in seven years ago. They were lovely, but it was time for change. Mummy was very excited when Curtains, Curtains, Curtains got in touch to see of we would like to review a pair, and hopped straight onto the website.
Over to Mummy……
‘I had to measure my window exactly, as I was having my curtains made to measure. It felt a little daunting, as I hadn’t done it before, but there is lots of help on the website in the Help Hub. Make sure you get the length you need absolutely right.
Ordering was so easy, I picked the colour I wanted – you can also choose by style. I then chose the pattern I liked before adding my choice of header and lining – there are lots to choose from. The website automatically adjusts the price so I could see exactly what the cost was. I could have also requested a free sample if I was unsure of the material / colour.
Made to measure curtains and blinds have free delivery – there is a small delivery charge for other products.
Delivery was with DPD – one of the best couriers as they email and text you your delivery day, and a time slot. You can select various options if you are not going to be home, which is just so easy and convenient.
My curtains arrived well packaged, and very close in colour to the website picture. I could feel the quality immediately, and was so pleased that they weren’t creased at all.
On hanging them, the size was absolutely spot on, and they look gorgeous. Even my teens were impressed and keep commenting on how lovely they are when they pass them!
We love our colour and can’t wait to have a look to choose some more!’
What do you think of our new curtains? – ‘I can’t stop hugging them!’ (Says Ickle Pickle, not Mummy!)