All fabrics are suitable for our Home Range roller blinds, roman blinds and panel glides. Contact BQ to request a free fabric swatch (BQ registered customers only).
Metroshade Dove White
Metroshade Ice Grey
Palm Beach Quartz
One Screen Ice
One Screen White
One Screen Sand
One Screen Grey
One Screen Charcoal
One Screen Black
Add 9 mm thick wooden stained or painted battens in a range of available colours, to your roman style panelsfor further customisation.
Stained batten colour options:
Painted batten colour options:
Finish the base of your blind with the following base options:
Oval shaped aluminium base rail
Available base rail colours. Anodised silver is BQ standard.
Self fabric pocket with lathe inserted
Oval shaped aluminium base rail (BQ standard)
Ideal for: Cap top style bedspreads only with square corners and without a sham. Can only be used on standard size bedspreads.
For bay windows, if blinds to be installed face fixed and you would like BQ to make adjustments for butting blinds to ensure perfect fit, please specify requirements in OPTIONAL FEATURES AND SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS and provide back wall measurements (including architraves) for your WIDTH. Also provide: (i) width across bay and (ii) depth of bay or supply back wall angles. Refer Price List for further assistance with measuring bay windows.
Batten alignment – if multiple blinds in same room and battens are to line up, please specify requirements in OPTIONAL FEATURES AND SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS.
-Headrail : 42mm
-Cord lock : 30mm
-Pulley only (no cord lock) : 20mm
-Acmeda headrail motor-42mm
-All other motorisation systems – 80mm
Refer HOW TO MEASURE BEDDING for measuring assistance.
Composition: 100% polyester
FR rating: FR tested to AS1530.3
FR rating: Comply with BCA requirements for class 2 to 9 buildings. FR tested to AS1530.3
A similar style to our full panel roman blind (RB4) but the intermediate (base edge of each stack) is a soft fold without a seam. Hence this style has less horizontal seams than the RB4 style blind. When the blind is fully stacked horizontal seams can not be seen. Like the RB4 style, this blind is ideal for wider width windows if you’d like to avoid vertical fabric joins.
A modern blind style with horizontal seams sewn in face fabric at all folds and visible at the intermediate (base edge of each stack) when the blind is raised. This style provides you with a soft roman if using sheer or lightweight fabrics without lining. Alternatively use this style with solid fabrics and stiffened 3 pass lining to create a firmer structured roman with horizontal seams. This blind style is ideal for wider width windows if you’d like to avoid vertical fabric joins. For an unlined RB4 blind, battens are sewn into back pockets of the main fabric at the base and top of each stack, giving the blind more structure than our other soft roman blind style RB6. Side edges of blinds can be sewn on request, if prefer to avoid tape. For a lined RB4 blind, battens are sewn into the lining at the base and top of each stack.
A structured contemporary and popular blind style. The blind appears flat when down with no visible sewn seams except for wide width blinds that may require vertical fabric joins. Sits in a neat folded stack when blind is raised.
A classic lined blind style with thin battens stitched into horizontal fabric pockets seen on the front side of the blind. The fabric pockets sit at the intermediate (base edge of each stack) when the blind is stacked.
Velvets are not suitable for main fabric or band. For light coloured sheers a RB4 style with sewn sides or a RB5 style is recommended. Visit Customer Login for further fabric suitability info or contact BQ.
A flanged slip cover is pulled tightly over an upholstered bedhead frame. A 1cm flange sits on top and side edges. Flange size can vary on request.
Skirting board and base cut-out not available.
Bedhead shapes available: 9 only.
The Flanged style bedhead sits up to 2cm away from wall if wall mounted above skirting boards or bedhead sits on floor between bed and wall. Skirting board cutout is unavailable.
Finished bedhead projection is 4cm (excludes wall mounting bracket).
Finished bedhead dimensions will vary depending on the thickness of fabric used. If exact finished sizing is required, please specify in OPTIONAL FEATURES & SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS.
Evo curtains offers a similar look to Inverted Pleat curtains, although they are made with a single pleat at the back which enables the curtain to stack back efficiently to maximise the window vantage.
Evo curtains runs on a glide system and require an Evo rod. BQ supply two styles of glides suitable for Evo rods or supply your own glides.
BQ uses 90mm wide clear buckram for an Evo curtain heading.
Maximum quilting perimetre for frame quilting is 3040 mm x 2790 mm.
Inverted Pleat curtains are also known as a reverse pleat or box pleat and offers a contemporary look. This curtain style does not stack back as comprehensively as other styles. Evo curtains offer a similar heading style with a more condensed stack back.
BQ uses 100mm wide buckram for the curtain heading.
For multiple blinds installed face fixed on same window or corner windows: if you would like BQ to make adjustments for butting blinds to ensure perfect fit, please specify requirements in OPTIONAL FEATURES AND SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS and provide back wall measurements (including architraves) for your WIDTH.
If blind face fixed on or above architrave, consider 20mm thick headboard, fabric thickness, position of brackets, motorisation system and any other componentry, when specifying finished blind drop.
If a shaped base is required include this in your drop measurement.
Select a standard cushion size, width and height measurements will then be shown.
Select Other if non standard sizing is required and provide the width and height finished sizing required. An additional charge may apply for non standard sizing.
Please specify the finished cushion width and height, excluding piping and flange if present.
If you have selected an INSERT, please advise whether you require a polyester or feather insert.
If ordering a non standard size cushion, a standard size insert will be provided or polyester inserts can be cut down to the required sizing for an additional charge. Feather cushion inserts can not be cut down.
Standard tieback height is 12cm. Please specify if alternate height or non standard shape required.
Ripplefold and wave curtains – returns not required unless special brackets ordered.
Eyelet, tab top or rod pocket curtains – returns not applicable.
An unstructured minimalist heading style with soft loose folds.
Similar to a Flat Panel curtain but made with a discreet 100mm wide heading without the stiff buckram heading tape.
A relaxed and modern heading style with gentle irregular folds. The curtain is made with a flat finish heading with no pleating or gathering.
BQ uses a soft 75mm wide white heading tape, with clear tape available on request.
Flat Panel curtains offer a simple and versatile curtain style. The curtain is made with a flat finish heading with no pleating or gathering. When the curtain is hung on a rod or track, curtains with a standard 1.5 fullness will sit in gentle waves. For an almost flat curtain with minimal or no wave when closed, request a low curtain fullness or for a curtain heading style with fuller loose waves request a higher curtain fullness.
Flat panel curtains are often used with a decorative rod with or without rings.
BQ uses a 100mm wide buckram for the curtain heading, creating a stiffer heading style than Scandi curtains.
Ripplefold curtains are a contemporary and popular curtain style with neat and simple uniform folds. The curtains are made with a 30mm wide press stud heading tape provided by our customer.
They are installed with a ripplefold track or rod installed above the window or on the ceiling.
QUANTITY & SIZING
This bedhead style consists of a 15cm wide padded band and square panel sewn insert with blind button detail.
Additional rows of panels are available on request, for non standard height bedheads.
A calico insert sits behind mattress.
Bedhead shapes available: 8 and 9.
Chain Side: Chain not required for blinds with a motorisation system or spring assist.
Fabric: Please provide the following fabric information to BQ if applicable (and upload images to assist) :
* Face side of fabric and pattern direction, if confusion may occur * Contrast fabric/trim exact placement and sizing
* if using the fabric(s) mentioned with another BQ order.
Fabric pattern match : Please notify BQ if you have fabric pattern match requirement. Additional fabric may be required. If multiple blinds are installed in the same room, BQ will pattern match print fabric from base of blind as standard and the pattern will be centred and horizontally aligned on each blind.
Fabric pattern flow : Please notify BQ if you have fabric pattern flow requirement where print fabric is used on adjoining/butting blinds. Additional fabric may be required.
How Measure Width:
Mounting: The following options are available for securing your bedhead:
The Square Panel Insert style bedhead sits flushed to the wall if wall mounted above skirting boards or bedhead sits on floor and a skirting board cutout is requested.
Railroaded Fabric : Railroaded fabric is suitable for wide width fabrics and standard width fabrics where blind drop is 1100mm or less.
Recessed: Please specify if blind will be installed in a window recess. BQ will make adjustments to your measurements to ensure perfect fit.
Normal roll: Fabric falls to back of roller (BQ standard).
Reverse roll: Fabric falls to front of roller, covering roller tube.
Window Name: Please provide location of window to assist with queries, package labeling and installation.
Eyelet curtains are made with individual metal eyelet rings punched through the fabric. Eyelet sizes come in a 60mm external diameter and 40mm internal diameter. The 40mm internal diameter best suits a 25mm curtain rod.
BQ supply a nickel plated (silver) steel eyelet as our standard or zinc, brass, antique brass or black eyelets can be used on request.
An unstructured roman blind style that gathers from the base when raised. No battens are added.
Blinds are made with a vertical stitching line in middle and both sides of blind, in colour matched thread at position of blind cords on back side. Wide width blinds may have multiple evenly spaced vertical stitching lines where cords are positioned.
Ideal for: bedspreads, quilt covers, throw rugs, bed valances, pillowcases, cushions, wall panels and bedheads.
BQ offer the following channel quilting methods:
The recommended quilting method depends on the size of the finished product, width and fabric (plain or patterned) used and required channel direction. All our channel quilting methods have the same filling and lining options mentioned below.
Multi-needle quilting is our most common channel quilting method and our most affordable quilting style.
Straight evenly spaced lines are quilted on the length direction of the fabric, to create channels.
Channels can be sewn in a vertical or horizontal direction. Recommended for products using a coloured quilting thread rather than black or natural and for bedspreads and quilt covers using patterned fabric that is not easily pattern matched.
Maximum quilting area is 304cm wide x 279cm length. Some king size bedspreads may need to be outline or multi-needle channel quilted, due to restrictions on the sewing frame size.
A straight line of stitching traces along the check or stripe pattern of the fabric, emphasising the fabric pattern and providing greater stitching accuracy as compared to other quilting methods. Recommended for king size bedspreads that may be too large for frame quilting.
An unpadded pelmet, available in a straight, shape 1 and 3 only. Made with 4.5mm piping along top and base edge of pelmet, in self or contrast fabric. Piping can be omitted on request. Fabric is bonded to a strong wood custom made pelmet frame. Combine with curtains, roman blinds or roller blinds.
Goblet pleat curtains provide a formal style. If you are furnishing a traditional or stately old home and have a sumptuous fabric a Goblet style heading could be a good option.
BQ use 100mm wide clear buckram for the curtain heading and each goblet is filled with wadding.
Gathered curtains are made with a heading tape that enables the fabric to be gathered up to create loose pleats.
BQ uses 30mm wide heading tape for each row of gathering.
Design your curtain with one, two or three rows of gathering tape depending on the heading look required. One row of gathering is the BQ standard.
Multiple rows of gathering offer more flexibility with hook positions providing greater control over where the heading sits in relation to the rod or track.
Studs can be added:
BQ can supply 11mm or 18mm diameter studs in the below colours, or supply your own studs.
Add 4.5mm or 7mm piping if not already part of our standard bedhead style. Select like or contrast fabrics, added to bedhead sides where seams exist or back edge where bedhead sits along wall.
Suitable for bedhead styles: BH1, BH2, BH3 and BH13.
We can also add braid or decorative cord trim to replace piping on face of BH3 and BH4 bedhead styles.
Five separate panels with plain fronts and no side seams.
Suitable Fabrics: Best for plain fabrics, vinyls, leathers and suede. We recommend a durable, stain resistant and easy to clean fabric suitable for upholstery use. Also consider the possibility of fabric fading if bedhead is positioned near a window.
Sizing: Select a standard size detailed below or request a customised size. Single, king single and double size bedheads not available. Maximum height 170cm.
Queen: 270 cm W x 120cm H King: 320 cm W x 120cm H
Finished bedhead projection (from centre of bedhead) is 5.5cm.
The 5 Panel bedhead sits flushed to the wall if wall mounted above skirting boards or bedhead sits on floor and a skirting board cutout is included.
Semicircle shaped bedhead with plain front and no side seams.
Bedhead shapes available: 10 only.
We recommend a durable, stain resistant and easy to clean fabric suitable for upholstery use. Also consider the possibility of fabric fading if bedhead is positioned near a window.
BQ can manufacture this bedhead style with plain or print fabrics, vinyls, leathers and suede, although stripe fabrics not recommended. We can also quilt your fabric prior to upholstering for added interest. View our quilting styles.
To avoid vertical fabric join seams BQ recommend wide width fabrics or railroading fabric (turning sideways), where fabric/pattern allows. Fabric railroading is not usually required for Single sized bedheads unless you prefer the look of railroaded fabric.
Where fabric joins are present, BQ will always attempt to pattern match print fabrics to minimise exposure of joins.
Sizing: Select a standard size detailed below or request a customised size. Non standard sizes not available.
Single: 110cm W x 120cm H King Single: 127cm W x 129cm H Double: 158cm W x 144cm H Queen: 173cm W x 152cm H King: 203cm W x 167cm H
Finished bedhead projection (in centre of bedhead) is 7cm.
The Semicircle style bedhead sits flushed to the wall if wall mounted above skirting boards or bedhead sits on floor and a skirting board cutout is included.
Upholstered with covered deeply inset buttons in a diamond configuration. Optional surrounding wings in shapes A-E can be added. Studs or sewn wall can be added to wing.
Bedhead shapes available: 1, 4, 8 and 9.
Base cut-out not available.
The Deep Diamond Button style bedhead sits flushed to the wall if mounted above skirting boards or bedhead sits on floor and a skirting board cut-out is included. If optional wings added, skirting board cut-out also added to wings. Base cut-out unavailable.
Finished bedhead projection is 10.5cm.
Consists of vertical deep panels approx. 20cm each in width. Panels can be made wider on request.
The Vertical Panel style bedhead sits flushed to the wall if wall mounted above skirting boards or bedhead sits on floor and a skirting board cutout is included.
Plain style front with 5cm seamed walled side and 4.5mm piping on front and back wall edge. Piping can be omitted on request.
Bedhead shapes available: 1 to 8, and 9 if no piping required.
Finished bedhead projection is 9cm.
The Walled style bedhead sits flushed to the wall if wall mounted above skirting boards or bedhead sits on floor and a skirting board cutout is included.
A plain style front with no side seams and single row of 7mm piping on back wall edge. Piping can be omitted on request.
Finished bedhead projection is 6cm. Add a further 2cm to projection if a wall mounting bracket is attached.
The plain style bedhead sits 2cm away from wall if mounted above skirting boards or sits on floor. Skirting board cut-out is unavailable.
Consists of a padded roll with 7mm piping inserted below roll. Roll width is 9cm for single bed and 12.5cm all other bed sizes. 60cm high main insert sits deeper than surrounding roll. Calico insert sits behind mattress (can be omitted on request, additional main fabric may be required).
Bedhead shapes available: 1 to 8
Finished bedhead projection is 6cm.
The padded roll style bedhead sits up to 2cm away from wall if mounted above skirting boards or sits on floor. Skirting board cutout is unavailable.
Consists of a 15cm wide padded band with 7mm piping inserted below band and 60cm high main insert. 5cm seamed walled side. Calico insert sits behind mattress.
Bedhead shapes available: 8 and 9
Finished bedhead projection is 7cm.
The Padded Band style bedhead sits flushed to the wall if wall mounted above skirting boards or bedhead sits on floor and a skirting board cutout is included.
A plain short style with foam padding in 5.5cm or 10cm (BQ standard) projection. Sits neatly along the mattress, flushed to the wall. Does not go to floor.
Bedhead shapes available: 9 only
Two separate panels with plain fronts and 50mm seamed walled sides.
Bedhead shapes available: 8 (slightly rounded corners) is standard. Shape 9 (square corners) available on request.
Finished bedhead projection (at centre of bedhead) is 9cm.
The Duo style bedhead sits flushed to the wall if wall mounted above skirting boards or bedhead sits on floor and a skirting board cutout is requested.
Sizing: Select a standard size detailed below or request a customised size. Single size bedhead not available. Maximum width 210cm and maximum height 170cm.
King single : 127cm W x 120cm H Double: 158cm W X 120cm H Queen: 173cm W X 120cm H King: 203cm W X 120cm H
Finished bedhead projection (from centre of bedhead) is 8cm.
The throw rug face side is quilted in a multi-needle channel, frame or outline style and finished with a bound edge, in same or contrast fabric on all sides.
The reverse side of the throw rug can be same or contrast fabric and either:
View quilting styles available.
An unquilted throw rug with plain stitched edges as BQ standard. Alternatively edges can be bound, piped, stitched, flanged, band or fringe added, on request.
The reverse side of throw rug can be same or contrast fabric or BQ can supply cotton lining in ivory colour.
The throw rug face side is quilted in a channel, multi-needle or outline style and finished with a 10cm contrast band on all sides, visible on face side only.
The throw rug face side is quilted in a multi-needle channel, frame or outline style and finished with a 4.5mm piped edge, in same or contrast fabric on all sides. 7mm piping also available on request.
The throw rug face side is quilted in a multi-needle channel, frame or outline style and finished with a 7cm flange edge, in same or contrast fabric on ends only. Other flange sizes can be requested.
The throw rug face side is quilted in a multi-needle channel, frame or outline style and finished with a 15cm contrast band on ends only, visible on face side. Other band sizes can be requested.
The throw rug face side is quilted in a multi-needle channel, frame or outline style and finished with customer supplied fringe on ends only, or all throw rug sides on request.
The throw rug face side is quilted in a multi-needle channel, frame or outline style and finished with stitching 1cm in from edge.
70g weight polyester is the standard BQ filling for throw rugs. Other filling options available on request include:
Ideal for: Bedspreads, quilt covers, throw rugs, bed valances, pillowcases, cushions, wall panels and bedheads. Maximum quilting area is 304cm wide x 279cm length. Some king size bedspreads may need to be outline or multi-needle channel quilted, due to restrictions on the sewing frame size.
A straight line of stitching traces along the check or stripe pattern of the fabric, emphasising the fabric pattern and providing greater stitching accuracy as compared to other quilting methods. Channel width is dependent on the fabric design.
Emphasises the pattern on your floral, plaid or check fabric. Our machinest traces a line of stitching around the fabric pattern. Recommended for patterns not too busy and not too spread out across fabric.
Ideal for: Bedspreads, quilt covers, throw rugs, bed valances, pillowcases, cushions, wall panels and bedheads.
Pre-shrunk 100% cotton lining in ivory colour provided by BQ is our standard lining and used on underside of all non reversible BQ products. Customer can also provide own approved lining. Interlining is also available for delicate fabrics.
Rod Pocket curtains are a simple, easy to hang curtain, made with a sewn in pocket at the top of each curtain, to allow a curtain rod to be threaded through.
Tab Top curtains are made with 50mm wide x 100mm high tab loops evenly spaced and sewn to curtain top. The tab loops are thread onto a curtain rod.
As an alternative to a gathered heading a Knife Pleat offers a neat and tailored look.
BQ uses 50mm wide gathering tape laid flat.
A Pencil Pleat is similar to a gathered curtain in that a heading tape of one or multiple rows can be applied to gather the fabric into pencil style pleats. The main difference is the pencil pleat heading tape is 75mm wide instead of 30mm for gathered curtains, which creates a neater and more stable pleat.
BQ uses white fabric gathering tape with or nylon transparent gathering tape for very sheer fabrics, is available on request.
Pleats are pinched in groups of two with spacing approximately 10cm apart. When curtains are drawn the pleats stack back neatly, creating tailored folds.
Pleats are pinched in groups of three with spacing approximately 10cm apart. When curtains are drawn the pleats stack back neatly, creating tailored folds.
For a simpler, more modern pleat try a Top Pinch Pleat with pleats pinched at the top edge of the curtain in groups of two or three with spacing approximately 10cm apart.
Top Pinch Pleat is also sometimes called a Euro Pleat or Brisby Pleat.
Wave curtains are similar to ripplefold curtains although they are made with a wider 80mm heading tape with inbuilt plastic hooks, provided by our customer.
They are installed with a wave curtain track or rod.
BQ offer the following scatter cushion design options:
Polyester or feather inserts in standard sizes are available from BQ, or supply your own.
Cushions are made with a concealing flap to hide zip opening. Zip is colour matched to your fabric.
A normal roll, with roller sitting to front of blind and fabric falling to back of roller, is our standard configuration. A reverse roll, with roller sitting to back of blind is available on request, however BQ production warranty will not apply. Alternatively add a pelmet or window valance to hide roller componentry.
Normal roll Reverse roll
Bonded blinds provide you with an opportunity to integrate plain or statement solid fabrics into your room.
The following fabrics are not suitable for bonded blinds: rayon/acetate, 100% polyester, sheers, linen, some silks, chintz and backcoated fabrics and fabrics with a high viscose content. BQ prefers fabrics to have at least 40% cotton content. Your fabric can be tested for suitability prior to ordering.
Suitable blind fabrics are processed through our unique specifically designed oven to stabilise fabric and reduce movement after manufacturing.
For wider windows, vertical fabric joins will be sewn if required. We will always attempt to pattern match print fabrics to minimise exposure of fabric joins.
For multiple blinds in a room, print fabric will be pattern matched from base of blind. If butting or adjoining blinds are to have pattern flow please notify BQ and ensure enough fabric is provided.
Unpiped plain quilt cover style.
Fabric can be quilted to add further interest to your quilt cover. Face side only is quilted, unless otherwise requested. View our quilting styles.
Our standard BQ window valance is made with box pleats evenly spaced across the facade and front corners of the window valance. Pleats are positioned approximately 50cm apart depending on total width of window valance and a 15cm headboard projection is used, unless otherwise specified. Maximum drop is 50cm.
Window valances can also be made with a centre pleat and front corner pleats only or with a plain facade and box pleats in front corners only.
The plain facade style is recommended for smaller windows or windows with a blind and window valance in same print fabric.
A padded pelmet, available in straight or shaped styles. Made with 4.5mm piping along top and base edge of pelmet, in self or contrast fabric. Piping can be omitted on request although it is recommended for shaped pelmets as gives a neater base finish. Piping can also be replaced with decorative cord. Combine with curtains, roman blinds or roller blinds.
Suitable for straight upholstered style only.
Band and/or piping may be in contrast or self fabric and piping can be replaced with decorative cord.
Band is approximately 60cm high unless otherwise specified.
Sits to the floor or further extend the finished drop of your bedspread to create a puddling effect.
Our blinds are chain operated providing smooth, consistent and reliable movement.
Chain colour options available include:
The chain is secured to a wall mounted chain tensioner by your installer, to ensure child safety regulations are met.
The blind brackets, chain drive and chain tensioner will be the same colour as the plastic chain or colour matched to the fabric if a nickel or stainless steel chain is used. Clear coloured chain tensioners are also available.
If you prefer a blind without a chain, you can add motorisation to your blind also ideal for hard to reach blinds. Spring operation is also available for some blind styles.
White plastic (BQ standard)
Birch white plastic
Nickel plated brass
FR rating: Comply with BCA requirements for class 2 to 9 buildings.
Composition: 100% polyester, blockout acrylic back coating
Composition: 75% polyester, 25% cationic polyester
Composition: 55% polyester, 25% cationic polyester, 20% cotton.
Composition: 80% polyester, 20% cationic polyester
The quilt cover is top stitched to create a self fabric flange edge or a separate flange can be added in self or contrast fabric.
BQ’s standard flange size is 8cm, or specify a different flange size.
Your quilt cover fabric can be quilted to add further interest. Face side only is quilted, unless otherwise requested. If adding a top stitched self fabric flange, the flange will also be quilted. If adding a separate flange in self or contrast fabric the flange will be unquilted. View our quilting styles.
Also decorative cord can also be added to flange edges.
Single sized unquilted bedspreads can be made with standard width (140cm) fabrics. For all other quilt cover sizes, wide width fabrics are recommended to avoid fabric joins. Fabrics will be pattern matched at joins on quilt cover face side. Side seams can be pattern matched on request, if fabric pattern allows. Additional fabric may be required.
The following fabric options are available for the underside of the quilt cover: same as face fabric, contrast fabric, customer supplied flat sheet or BQ provided ivory cotton lining.
Add 4.5mm or 7mm piped edges to your quilt cover in either self or contrast fabric. Decorative cord can also be added to quilt cover edges, as an alternate to piping.
Polyesters, polyester/cotton mixes and pre-shrunk cottons wash well and are common fabrics used for bedding. Natural fabrics such as cottons and linens breath well but may shrink over time if not pre-shrunk. Linens are especially popular for a relaxed look. Sheer and velvet fabrics are not suitable for quilt covers.
If adding contrast fabric to underside of your quilt or using for piping, consider the composition and behaviour of this fabric as compared to the face fabric.
Cotton or bumph interlining in white or ivory colour is recommended for silks, sheers and lightweight fabrics. The addition of interlining placed behind the face fabric, helps reduce the chance of fabric discolouring, gives a truer colour to the face fabric and reduces obvious seams when fabric can’t be railroaded.
Add fringe along base edge of pelmet.
FR rating: Comply with BCA requirements for class 2 to 9 buildings
Fabric can be quilted to add further interest to your quilt cover. Face side only is quilted, unless otherwise requested.
Composition: 70% PVC, 30% polyester