Wave curtains are similar to eyelet curtains in that the fabric folds behind and in front of the track. This is something you will need to consider when attaching your wave track to the ceiling. We supply standard 80mm brackets to fix a 60mm or 80mm wave curtain to the wall. 100mm brackets are available for an 80mm curtain. The curtains will fold into a wave shape and not rub on windows or walls. This creates a stylish look. Refer to the table below for more information on spacing of wave curtain track.
Refer to the wave chart to see how to build a recess for housing the track. It can be frustrating to have a recess that is only a few centimetres too short for the wave head to fit. If you have any questions or need advice, please get in touch with our team at the beginning of your project.
Layering curtains around a window can enhance the style of your room as well as add function. The most popular option is a voile or sheer wave curtain attached to a double-track. A voile or sheer wave curtain can be used to provide privacy and shading during the day. However, a light voile fabric can still let light in the room. A heavier curtain, with either a standard or blackout liner, can be added warmth and cosiness to your space, making it ideal for winter months. For bedrooms and rooms that double up as guest rooms, blackout linings can be a great choice.
Below is our recommended spacing for ceiling fixwave curtain double tracks.
If you have limited space (depthwise front to back), you might consider a pencil pleat-headed curtain for the back and a wave curtain in the front. For more information, please refer to the diagrams below.
Ceiling fix a voile/sheer within a recess in your bi-folds or sliding doors. The main curtain ceiling or wall can be fixed outside of the recess. This is a great way to facilitate a double-wave heading.