Fabric orientation - fabric width vs. fabric height
We often get the question of what the difference is between fabric width and fabric height in our decorative fabrics. For better guidance, we have written this article to give some clarity to the topic.
We generally differentiate our fabrics into decorative width and room height. Decorative wide fabrics are between 135 cm and 160 cm wide and floor-to-ceiling fabrics are between 280 cm and 320 cm high.
For decorative wide fabrics, the fabric width is fixed and you can choose what length your fabric panel should have. The following image shows the pattern of a decorative wide fabric.
Floor-to-ceiling fabrics are designed so that you can freely choose the width of your fabric. The following image shows the pattern of a floor-to-ceiling fabric.
If the fabric height is 280 cm, you can use this to determine the height of your curtain. You now have the opportunity to freely choose the width of your curtain.
Many of our floor-to-ceiling fabrics, for example our plain voiles, can be used in both directions because they do not have a pattern. This means the material can also be processed rotated by 90 degrees. To our floor-to-ceiling fabrics .