The first to sell online

01 November, 2016

At last - quality, British designer curtain poles are available at the click of a button.

 

Walcot House has opened up their designer doors by making their unique range of contemporary curtain poles available to buy online, and promoting their 'Find a Designer' service - a first for the designer curtain pole industry.

With a long standing reputation in the interior design world for quality curtain poles and hardware in unusual finishes, Walcot House wanted to work in partnership with their trade customers to help increase public awareness of this unique brand as well as create more referrals for their trade customers, with their 'Visit a Designer' section.

Their pricing has had a complete overhaul too, making the product much more affordable. The result - a beautifully simple to use e-commerce website selling design-led, often technical products for window dressing; all at great prices - walcothouse.com.

If you are in the trade and want to be part of it, simply apply online for a quick and easy account set up and to see their neat, very portable samples kits.

Visit their website  WALCOTHOUSE.com  to view the range, order samples and to buy.

ENDS

 

Click here for medium sized images (approx 9cm x 12cm @ 300dpi).
For more information or larger high res images, contact shop@walcothouse.com

 




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Measuring Guide

What curtain pole length do I need?

Walcot House measuring guide for curtain poles

Measure the width of your window (cm)

Add a minimum of 15cm either side, preferably more, but for full curtains or wide windows allow at least 25cm if you have the room, excluding finials (decorative pole ends).

Choose a stock length or cut to size yourself for non standard lengths (we promise it's really easy!)
    Helpful tip: Ensure there is room for your finials beyond the ends of your pole.
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