Linings & detachable linings

Choose from different lining options to create curtains for insulating your room or blocking out light. Ideal as an affordable curtain on its own. Or use on a double-track behind a sheer curtain for additional privacy and warmth.

Lining curtains

Lining curtains

  • Darken rooms and maintain privacy at night
  • Insulating properties help improve energy efficiency
  • Hang on a double track behind sheers for a day and night solution
Detachable linings

Detachable linings

  • Insulating properties help improve energy efficiency
  • Add on the back of any pencil pleat curtain for added warmth or darkness
  • Seasonal flexibility
  • Easily remove your linings for cleaning

Getting started is easy

Find your look

Find your look

Unsure which style suits your home? Request free samples to see which works best.

Order free samples
Measure up

Measure up

Use our step by step guide to get accurate measurements of your windows.

How to measure
DIY install

DIY install

Simply follow our step-by-step installation guides and you’ll be a pro in no time.

How to install

Why we’re a good choice

  • Direct to you, no middlemen

    Our blinds are so affordable because you deal directly with the manufacturer – that’s us.

  • Easy DIY measure and install

    Our curtains and blinds are easy to install. Just follow the step-by-step guide.

  • New Zealand made

    All our curtains and blinds (except honeycombs & readymades) are made locally at our New Zealand factory.

  • Manufacturer’s warranty

    We back our products with 2-5 year manufacturer’s warranties.

  • Free shipping and samples

    We send your order free nationwide if you live in a metro area.

Frequently asked questions

  • Either our wooden venetian blinds which are made from sustainably-sourced, renewable, plantation-grown hardwood. Or we recommend improving the energy efficiency of your home with full length thermal curtains or a blockout honeycomb blind as both these products help improve temperature control in your home so you (hopefully) use less energy to run it.

  • Do not machine wash or dry clean your curtains. Instead, give them a regular vacuum on a low setting. For any stubborn marks try dabbing at it gently with a damp cloth, warm water and mild detergent.

  • Absolutely! Many people do this to get the best of insulation and light and privacy control during both day and night time. There are many combinations that you can choose but ultimately the pairings will either be a sheer or light filtering curtain with a blockout blind, or blockout curtains with a light filter or sunscreen blind.

  • If there’s a windowsill jutting out or furniture in the way, you might want to make them short enough to accommodate this. Otherwise, we recommend going floor length. It’s best for blocking light and energy efficiency. But even at this length you have options. You can make the curtains float just above the floor (deduct 5-10mm) touch and bend (add 10-20mm) or pool on the floor (add 200mm or more).

  • Any room except kitchens, bathrooms and laundries. To choose the right one, think about how much light and privacy the room needs. Choose blockout curtains for rooms you want to be dark at night. Add thermal lining to increase energy efficiency. Sheer curtains are good for daytime privacy and filtering strong sunlight and glare.

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