Why Choose Heavyweight Isabella Collection Drapery?
Natural Fiber + Slub Texture + Neutral tone + Various Header + Functional Liners + Made-To-Measure
Cotton polyester blend
Isabella Grommet Collection
Soft, heavyweight, luxurious drape, it brings both neutral casual warmth and refined style to the room.
Isabella Polyester Cotton Blend Drape
Made of 76% polyester and 24% cotton blend. Creates warmth, calm, neutrality, softness, elegance, comfort, and luxury in their homes. With their crisp neutral shades, they make your rooms look a lot brighter without compromising privacy.
Cotton and polyester blend fabrics last longer. Polycotton blends are frequently used to create abrasion-resistant fabrics. Polycotton can also be washed more frequently, allowing you to use and wash polycotton fabrics more frequently without worrying about the material losing its durability as quickly as other types of clothing. At the end of the day, the main benefit of polyester-cotton blends is that they are best for heavy use, which is why they are popular in the fabric market.
Cotton and polyester blends make the garment less prone to piling and static. One of the primary benefits of the cotton-polyester blend is that it is less wrinkle-prone. Because of its wrinkle-free properties, poly cotton does not require ironing. Cotton's lightweight and cool properties in the blend also make the fabric ideal for all-day comfort.
Cotton is a true all weather fabric, is extremely breathable, which is one of its main advantages. Its fibre structure keeps you cool in the summer whilst providing a layer of added insulation in the winter.
One of the things that makes cotton special is its strength. In fact, when cotton gets wet it is actually stronger, which is the opposite of most cellulose fibres such as rayon (wood pulp).
Cotton fabrics have long been recommended for those with sensitive skin. The fabric does not cause skin allergies. Cotton's natural properties make it a soft and comfortable material that will not irritate the skin. Cotton is less likely than other fabrics to cause an allergic reaction.
How to measure the grommet curtains?
We usually suggest the curtain width is 1.5x-2x of the curtain rod/track. For example, if the rod or track length is 100 inches, add possible overlap and gap privacy, then order 1 panel 150-200 inches width or 2 panels each 75-100 inches width.
Length is measured from the top of the pole or rod to where you want the curtain to finish.
4 Types of Grommet Header Style
Grommet Header Style
There are 3 grommet styles for Isabella collection: Nickel Grommet, Antique Bronze Grommet, and Black Grommet.
Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 3-1/4 inches. Inside diameter 1.6 inches, outside diameter 2.25 inches.
6 grommets for 42" wide, 8 for 50"W, 10 for 72"W, 12 for 84"W, 14 for 100"W, 16 for 120"W, 22 for 150"W, 26 for 180" and 28 for 200" finished curtain width.
It works for rod or ceiling tracks with S-shaped hooks. Eyelet headings are not suitable for curtain tracks, and bay windows.
If the rod length is 100 inches, multiply by 1.5x-2x fullness for folds and overlap, then order 2 panels of each 75-100 inches width.
5 Types of Liner Options
Thermal Blackout 250 gsm
Microfiber coated with 3-pass white foam in 250 gsm weight.
White finish standard. And block out complete 100% of sunlight. Provides sunblock and sound insulation for peaceful zzz's.
Gives drapery more body and fullness to create a rich luxurious look.
Make the backside of the drapery smooth and clean. Crease, water, and stain-resistant.
Provide moderate to significant thermal insulation. And moderate noise insulation.
Reduce energy costs by insulating windows from heat loss in the cool months, and heat transfer from the outside through the summer months.
It needs to be pieced with double width. A vertical seam, which is not obvious, as normally drapes display with folds.
For the grommet header style, if the curtain width is over 102 inches, the width needs to be double wide with a vertical seam.
No limit to make any length.
For the grommet header style, you need to consider fullness ( we suggest 150-200%) and then decide on the ordered width.
Normally stacking width accounts for 20% of the ordered width. So we would like to remind you that if you want the window opening to show completely when the drapery is opened, please make sure to consider stacking width when you decide on rod length.