the Curtain Factory Outlet in the press
As recommended from "S" Magazine in the Sunday Express
I am hoping to let my spare room, but it's in urgent need of a makeover. Where do you get cheap fabric you use on your programmes?
Mira Patterson, Hastings
Lawrence says: A good starting point I always find is the "Curtain Factory Outlet ( 020 8492 0093 )". Their stock changes constantly so it's worth keeping a regular eye on what they've got. The maximum you'll pay is £6.99 per m, which for sheer value is hard to beat.
Taken from the House Doctor feature in "House Beautiful Magazine"
"The treatment House Doctor has made Pascale's room far more cosy.
Walls painted in Pavillion and English Fire by Crown Paints set the scene, while curtains in Flora Tapestry made by The Curtain Factory Outlet, the Pasha blind and curtain pole by Swish, all for an impressive window dressing.
Oak Layer flooring from Wickes looks stylish and a bargain cabinet hides the TV.
As recommended from Homes & Property in the Evening Standard
Fabric Heaven - Ever in the pursuit af a bargain, I have recently discovered the Curtain Factory Outlet in North Finchley. What you will not find is carpeted reception areas or a fancy showroom. What you will find is a warehouse with more 500.000m of top designer fabrics, at a maximum of £6.99 a metre, regardless of what their retail prices were.
There are workrooms on the premises where curtains are made to measure, and an interior-design service is available by appointment. Open seven days a week; call 020 8492 0093.
DRAW FROM A WORLD OF CHOICE AT THE CURTAIN OUTLET As witten in the Hendon Times Thursday the 21st of september 2006.
Whether you are completely redesigning your home or just updating the look of a room, choosing the right fabric for your curtains or upholstery can bring the whole room together. But it can also be expensive with designer fabrics costing upwards of €30 per metre and some- times much more.
But The Curtain Factory, in North Finchley, believes that high quality fabrics needn't cost the earth. The company keeps prices low by buying rolls direct from the fabric printers. dyers and finishers before selling them to customers at a maximum price of €6.99 + VAT per metre. These remarkable prices include top designer names such as Sanderson. Designers Guild and Malabar, and are offered both on a wholesale and retail basis.
The Curtain Factory has more than 30 years experience as fabric wholesalers and exporters, which means it can always get the best deals to keep prices consistently low.
The business, which is spread across five showrooms at their Ballards Lane site, offers every imaginable colour, style and type of fabric at incredibly competitive prices. It keeps its profit margins as small as possible, passing the savings on to customer, and offers a constantly changing range of fabrics, with over 500,000 meters in stock at any one time.
As well as the two-storey trade warehouse, there is a showroom specialising in cream and natural coloured fabrics and a separate real showroom with hundreds of pattern books.
Then, to make sure you have everything you need. it also stocks a great choice of accessories including curtain poles, rails, hooks and tiebacks to help you complete the look.
If you prefer to have someone else do all the hard work, then The Curtain Factory's interior design team can help take the strain and offer some creative inspiration.
The Curtain Factory also has an on site 'making and measuring service so you can have your chosen fabrics made up in the style of your choice. Alternatively, you can choose from the huge selection of ready made curtains available from their specialist showroom.
The Curtain Factory's no-nonsense, great value approach has found favour with many professional interior designers and it regularly appears in ITV's 60 Minute Makeover series as a supplier.
Curtain Factory Outlet warehouses open to the public and curtains, blinds and fabric are on sale at trade prices.
LONDON - UK - Despite the recent economic downturn, the Curtain Factory Outlet, has enjoyed steady growth throughout 2008 and 2009. While many retailers and high street outlets selling curtains and fabrics are closing down, the Curtain Factory Outlet is going from strength to strength. So what is the secret behind their success? Well the answer is simple. The Curtain Factory Outlet sells curtains, blinds and designer fabrics to the public at trade prices and they're able to do that because they are a major importer and wholesaler of curtains, fabrics and blinds. Interestingly and unusually for a wholesaler, they also have designers on their shop floors and warehouses, providing customers with free advice and design tips. For those who seek a more comprehensive solution to their curtaining and design needs, there is also a professional design service which comes at a reasonable price.
The combination of quality and value for money at the Curtain Factory Outlet has even been noticed by some TV personalities and the media. Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen has been a regular customer of the curtain Factory Outlet and this is a part of his testimonial published in the Sunday Express:
"A good starting point I always find is the "Curtain Factory Outlet". Their stock changes constantly so it's worth keeping a regular eye on what they've got. The maximum you'll pay is €6.99 per m, which for sheer value is hard to beat"
Alison Cork writing for the evening standard calls Curtain Factory Outlet, "Fabric Heaven" and says:
"Ever in the pursuit of a bargain, I have recently discovered the Curtain Factory Outlet in North Finchley. What you will not find is carpeted reception areas or a fancy showroom. What you will find is a warehouse with more 500.000m of top designer fabrics, at a maximum of €6.99 a metre, regardless of what their retail prices were. "
Quality need not cost the earth and it's hard to find better value for money for the quality of products offered by Curtain Factory Outlet. This unique blend of quality, sheer scale of choice and value for money, has allowed the Curtain Factory Outlet to grow even during these tough economic times. Thanks to their steady growth and in a move that highlights their confidence, the Curtain Factory Outlet has just launched its new retail shop in Ware. The shop is a smaller version of their warehouses in Finchley and stocks thousands of ready made curtains, blinds and designer fabrics.
The future looks promising for the Curtain Factory Outlet as they continue to expand both their retail and online activities. Their next move is to incorporate full ecommerce functionality for their website bringing their huge range of products to an even bigger audience.
For more information, please visit http://www.curtainfactoryoutlet.co.uk