At Talbots & Son, we are a family owned business specialising in the manufacture of high quality curtains. We have been making bespoke curtains for over 25 years and have gained a reputation for providing a superior product.
When it comes to curtain linings, we offer a great range of options for you to choose from. In fact, you’ll have a choice of Standard, Premier, Thermal, Blackout lining and Interlining. This means that you can find the perfect type of lining for your specific needs, whether you’re looking for increased insulation, complete light block or something in between.
But, exactly, what are the differences between each type of lining? Let’s take a closer look.
Types Of Curtain Linings
- Standard Curtain Linings
The most popular type of lining, Standard lining, is a white cotton-polyester blend. It’s mid-weight, durable and provides a moderate level of insulation. This type of lining is suitable for most types of curtains, including pencil, pinch pleat and eyelet styles. It will help to add fullness to your curtains and will also extend their life.
- Premier Curtain Linings
A step up from Standard, Premier is also a white cotton-polyester blend. It’s slightly heavier weight and provides a higher level of insulation. This type of lining is perfect for a slightly thicker curtain giving a more luxurious look. It will also help to add fullness and extend the life of your curtains.
- Thermal Curtain Linings
As the name suggests, Thermal lining is designed to provide increased insulation. It’s made from a thick, woven fabric. This type of lining is perfect for use in colder climates or if you want to reduce your energy bills. It will also help to reduce noise levels and will extend the life of your curtains.
- Blackout Curtain Linings
As the name suggests, Blackout lining is designed to block out light. It’s made from a thick, woven fabric and is available in both white and ivory. This type of lining is perfect for use in bedrooms, nurseries or home theatres. It will also help to reduce noise levels and will extend the life of your curtains.
Interlining is a layer of fabric that is placed between the face fabric and lining. It’s made from a variety of materials, including cotton, wool, polyester and nylon. Interlining helps to add fullness, insulation and durability to your bespoke curtains. Interlining gives curtains a much more luxurious look.. It’s also perfect for use in colder climates or if you want to reduce your energy bills.
Why You Should Opt For Blackout Curtain Linings
There are many benefits to opting for blackout curtain linings. Not only do they help to keep light out, but they also reduce noise and can even help to insulate your home. Overall, they’re a great way to improve the comfort and quality of your home, particularly if you live in an area with a lot of streetlights or if you have trouble sleeping at night as curtain linings can be a game changer when it comes to a good night’s sleep. Now you know more about the different types of curtain linings, you can make an informed decision about which one is right for you. Make sure to browse the curtain services we offer, including made to measure and bespoke curtains, and feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.