Gardisette voiles can be used to embellish any room, meaning that the sky is the limit in terms of imagination and ideas. Your specialist dealer knows which fabric is best suited to your personal taste.


Fabrics used as floor-length drapes can be elegant and sophisticated as well as sporty and modern. They suit every type of furnishing style. Varied use of pleats lightens what could otherwise be a serious scheme.


Also known as a bed canopy, the baldachin is a modern variation on an old concept. The decorative fabrics can be fastened over the bed with the help of bars, ropes or rings. Depending on the kind of drapery, the fabrics convey a sense of romance or a modern minimalist look. The fabrics underline a personal, individual furnishing style.

Knotted ribbons

This country style is suited to any combination of fabrics. The ribbons can be nicely looped or draped for a casual look.


Braids are richly decorated ribbons which in most cases are narrower than the borders of the fabric. This is an excellent way of harmonising different textile elements such as window dressings and cushions.

Roman blind, pleated

The pleated Roman blind is a smart variation on a classic. The decorative pleats are retained when the blind is lowered and it is plain fabrics that are primarily used to best effect in this way.

Roman blind

Blinds embedded into the window can be lowered to cover the whole area. Their height can be easily adjusted in order to offer sun protection and flexible views. Roman blinds are often a good solution for sloping windows.


In contrast to voiles or curtains, this smooth, flat window decoration hangs crease-free. Usually the panel can be moved on rails. This is an ideal solution for larger windows when several elements can be shifted one at a time.


Originally used to protect fabrics, covers have become a popular decorative element of interior design. Covers allow you to vary upholstery according to mood and season. They can also be easily removed and cleaned.

Layered look

The layered look allows two fabrics of different quality to be used one on top of the other. This produces an entirely different appearance and a beautiful iridescent effect. The layered look enhances body and volume which in turn makes them more versatile.


Macramé are far more than a finishing touch. Although they embellish edges and hems, they can also make borders stand out from the fabric and offer more flexibility. Lace ribbons with a decorative scallop can be fixed separately and give borders their own distinctive element within a design.


Eyelets are popular solutions for items which have to be moved frequently. Available in different sizes, colours and materials, special ribbons for eyelets can be worked into the curtains and lend fabric necessary stability.


Throws are a popular, easy solution to adding decoration to any scheme, similar to bedspreads. Casually draped, they can be made up to match with cushions or other soft furnishings.


Tie backs are a valuable aspect to window decoration. They not only gather curtains but also reflect the underlying interior style. Tie backs can be found in many forms including ribbons, with or without bows or in decorative knots, cords and decorative tassels.

Austrian blind

Blinds are smart solutions, especially for windows of medium height with a window sill. Austrian blinds unite functional space saving with the romantic flair of gathered voiles. They also look fantastic combined with curtains and suit every furnishing style.

Embroidery finish

This is a decorative element which gives transparent fabrics more stability. It can be a beautiful solution for two plain fabrics where the darker fabric is often used underneath. This is a great decorative technique for accessories such as cushions and covers.

Pocket heading

A pocket heading is a draw channel in which a bar is implemented. It is primarily suitable for decorations made of firm, thick fabrics which are not frequently moved. The pocket heading is also a good solution for sloping windows, if it is fixed with bars above and beneath the window. .

Decorative ribbons

Decorative ribbons can be used for all fabrics and can be fixed with rings to bars or rope systems. A heading of at least 2.5 cm is recommended as higher headings look more contemporary and cover longer hooks or unattractive bars perfectly.


Loops are primarily suitable for fabrics which are not frequently moved. Usually they are 5cm wide and 8cm high. The space between the ribbons varies depending on the fabric width. A velcro tape is often used for easy assembly and maintenance.

Swivel curtain

Swivel curtains can be used when space is short. Voiles and decorative fabrics are implemented on the swivel arm bar with a draw channel or pocket heading. Through the pivoting mechanism the curtains can be moved sideways like a swing door.

Roman blinds with slats

The slatted Roman blind is a conventional design. By using horizontal slats, the fabric can be adjusted in height through various pulling systems. Roman blinds with slats are especially suitable for plain articles, as they liven up the fabric appearance.

Loose fitting bedspread

The sky is the limit for decorative possibilities. A beautiful interior scheme can be easily achieved if the window decoration and the bedspread are made up in the same or similar fabrics.

Textiles coverings

Decorative fabrics shouldn't be limited to window dressings; they also look fantastic on bed heads, walls or partitions. This emphasizes individual living areas and colour accents.

Tip: You can create your individual mural when you put decoration fabrics on a stretching frame. 

Decorative pleat

This sophisticated decoration form works especially well with layered plain fabrics. Decorative pleats are the perfect fit for romantic, elegant, or country house style schemes.