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Where is your to go place for ready made curtains?

Posted by cozyplace (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 25, 14 at 20:59

I have always liked Country Curtains. But they just don't have exactly what I am looking for. I prefer ready made, but might have to go the route of buying material and having them made. What other places do you like for ready made? (of decent quality) Thanks!


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RE: Where is your to go place for ready made curtains?

Ikea


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RE: Where is your to go place for ready made curtains?

Mine have come from country curtains and west elm. I have purchased roller shades from smith and noble.


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RE: Where is your to go place for ready made curtains?

halfpricedrapes.com High quality, good price, fantastic service and I have no dog in this fight except that they were recommended here about 9 years ago and I have made purchases from them and Country Curtains and I really like HPD. Country Curtains is fine but they are a sort of niche curtain place and they do a great job of what they do.


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RE: Where is your to go place for ready made curtains?

In the past, I used JCPenney. I have also used Target. Right now we have wood blinds, no curtains.


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I love the curtains at CC, but geez, why do they have to be so limited in the size of the curtains?


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RE: Where is your to go place for ready made curtains?

I'm so boring that I usually stick to plain linen/cotton curtains, so IKEA, Pottery Barn, West Elm (for pattern), and some fun (cheap) curtains recently from H&M.


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