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Add stylish simplicity to your living room decor and your bedrooms with room-darkening window coverings including blockout curtains and light-filtering sheer curtains from our range of curtains and blinds.
These types of curtain fabrics are also available in different styles such as:
Sheer curtains are a window furnishing that provides daytime privacy, protection from sun damage and light filtering functionality. During the day you can see out through sheer curtains, but outsiders can’t see in. At night this is reversed if lights are on inside the home.
Quality curtains such as the stylish Airey Sheer Curtains are manufactured in 100% polyester voile sheer fabric, available in on-trend colours including silver, charcoal, white curtains and linen curtains.
Window curtains are hung either on curtain rods or tracks which are fixed to the wall by single or double brackets. Curtains are hung from above the window with a drop that reaches floor level.
Tab curtains, eyelet curtains and rod pocket curtains will always be hung on a curtain rod, but pinch pleat or box pleat curtains can be hung either on a curtain rod using rings or on a curtain track using hooks.
When you buy curtains online or in-store at your local Amart store you can also shop for curtain accessories, including curtain rods, rod ends and brackets.
Our ready-made blockout curtains and room darkening curtains measure 120cm width x 223cm long/drop and are manufactured to suit a standard window size.
You can position the curtain rod at a height to accommodate the 223cm drop or take up the hem of the curtain if you need them to be shorter. If you’re unsure you can chat with the friendly team at your Amart store or use our easy online chat to answer any questions.
Curtains and blinds add the finishing touch of warmth and functionality to your interior spaces. Things to consider when choosing curtains include:
What do you want your drapery to do? Will they provide daytime privacy and sunlight reduction? Will they provide nighttime privacy or insulation from heat and cold? Do you want a totally dark room for sleeping? Perhaps you need all of the above? Sheer curtains will let in natural light during the day. While blackout curtains allow you to fully control the amount of light in your space. That’s why many people choose to hang sheer curtains and blackout curtains together, so they have day and night privacy covered.
Would you like to see an exposed curtain rod or do you prefer an unobtrusive curtain track? Do you like the open weave of an eyelet curtain, the stylish look of a tab curtain or the pinched look of a rod pocket curtain? What style works with your interior design?
Australia’s weather makes curtains and blinds in homes a necessity. Aside from looking great, the functionality of window coverings is the primary reason why people install them. They provide light control and help insulate your home from the hot sun and keep warm air inside during winter. No matter where you live in Australia, from NSW to WA, the right window treatments make life more comfortable.
When considering which window treatments would be right for your place, consider their operational functionality. Which would be the best way for you to open and close your curtains - by drawstring, wand or tie-back?
Which colours will go best with your decor? Black curtains in blockout fabrics or sheer fabrics will create a bold and striking look, while on-trend grey curtains are modern and stylish. White curtains add light and airy freshness to your décor. If you’re unsure about which colour to choose, drop by your nearest Amart showroom for a closer look and helpful advice.
Soften your living spaces with your curtain fabric selection. Do you like the smooth look of the Spell Sheer Curtains or do you find the textured eyelet Adeline Blockout Curtains more interesting? Sheer, textured jacquard, linen-look and plain triple weave fabrics are also available.
While many fabrics are washable, whether you can throw them in the machine or not will depend on the type of fabric, so check the care instructions before washing your curtains.