Ready Made Eyelet Curtains might feel soft and look beautiful, but they are very hard-working too. Our range of eyelet curtains has something for everyone, whether you're looking for something simple, want a pretty pattern to brighten a room, or need a curtain that can block light and keep heat in.
Shop our range and find the right ready-made eyelet curtains at Harry Corry. Remember, we have click & collect available on most of the range, so you can pick it up in-store!
When would I need ready-made eyelet curtains?
Eyelet curtains are incredibly popular because they are the easiest to hang in your home. The "eyelet" is the circular hole cut into the curtain, letting you slide curtains on the pole. They're much more common in homes now, compared to the more traditional pleat curtains that require rings to hang up.
Types of ready-made eyelet curtains available
You will have varying benefits depending on the type of eyelet curtains you choose. The types of ready-made eyelet curtains you can get at Harry Corry include:
Blackout eyelet curtains- can keep out strong sunlight on a summer's day, voiles can reduce visibility from the outside looking in or thermal can keep out draughts in winter.
Thermal eyelet curtains – where the curtain has a thermal protective liner, allowing for better heat regulation in your room.
Interlined eyelet curtains – where the thermal lining is typically sandwiched, so it is hidden to let the inner side look flashier.
If you already own eyelet curtains but don't have thermal or light protection, our 3 Pass Thermal Lining has you covered.
Ready-made eyelet curtains in colours for every home
With our wide range of colours, sizes and styles, eyelet curtains can give your home your personal style. Bold patterns and deep colours can create an eye-catching focal point, while muted colours and shimmering styles can add a touch of sophistication and luxury to your décor.
Our eyelet curtains come in the following colours:
What do I need to measure when buying eyelet curtains?
The two main measurements you'll need to look at are your curtain drop & width. Your curtain drop for eyelet curtains means you measure from the pole down. People will tend to measure so that their eyelet curtains either meet the bottom of the sill, just above the radiator or just above your skirting – this just comes down to a matter of taste. We recommend adding 2-3cm to this measurement, as most eyelet curtains tend to have a little bit of fabric above the eye.
For your curtain width, you want to measure the length of our curtain pole and give 15-20cm extra on either side to play it safe. When you want eyelet curtains that have that wavy look (known as full gather), you'll want to go for wider curtains. Aim closer to your measurement for a relaxed look where the curtain is a little tauter.
Quick delivery of ready-made eyelet curtains
With free delivery on qualifying orders (more info here) we try our best to offer fast dispatch on all curtain orders. Don't forget, you can also opt for click & collect to get your order delivered to your nearest store.