When shopping for your curtains and blinds, do some research beforehand on the different types of materials and tracking systems that is available, as well as their pros and cons.

Visit Our Showroom

Touch & Feel is your very first step. Nothing beats the importance of looking at the actual product when choosing a curtain for your house. No matter how close the sample fabric is to the real product, it is never the same as seeing the real deal. Walk-in to our showroom for our extensive range of fabrics.

Our friendly staffs will show you the latest designs and different types of fabrics with spectrum of colours. We have plenty of display items for your visualisation. From the selection of fabric to the delivery of the final product, a personal contact will be on hand throughout the whole process to advise and guide you.

General Fabric Care

The best thing you can do for window furnishing is to vacuum them frequently. Removing surface dust will keep it from settling into the fabric. Most decorative fabrics are not designed to be washed. When fabrics have been made into a finished product with lining and/or trimmings, they should never be washed because each product will react differently to washing and drying. Do not store or pack curtains when wet. Remove hooks, buttons, pins or any other attachment before washing. Professional laundry cleaning is always recommended.

Colour Fastness

It is important to note that no fabric is 100% colour fast and that it is impossible to prevent colours fading against sunlight, especially in tropical countries like Singapore. Constant exposure to the direct rays of the sun will break down fabric fibres, causing them to become brittle and resulting in the affected area breaking when cleaned. We recommend lining to all curtains and blinds. This will not only protect the fabric from exposing to direct sunlight, it also helps to give the fabrics an improved appearance.