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Saw the post on rugs and ordered a couple... Then wandered off to curtains and saw some more fab prices.
Got 3 kids so I'm getting ready for the lighter nights now and getting some of these.
Colourmatch and Twilight collections heavily reduced. Way below half price.
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#41
I ordered these. The reviews are excellent x
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/3070422
1 Like #42
my curtain size is the drop is 3ft and the wide is 6.5 ft so what size do I need plez anyone!!

Thanks in advance
#43
​3 from is about 90cm and 6 feet is about. 180cm. If that's your window size you'd need 137cm drop/length curtain and the 117cm width (as that is the width of each curtain- so you'd get a span of almost 235cm which should be fine. Guess I'm. Saying you need 137cm by 117cm. Unless you want your curtains to the floor in which case you'd want to longer than a 137cm drop. X
#44
tammyy
my curtain size is the drop is 3ft and the wide is 6.5 ft so what size do I need plez anyone!!

Thanks in advance


​well theres 30.48cm in 1 foot
#45
daisyb212
​3 from is about 90cm and 6 feet is about. 180cm. If that's your window size you'd need 137cm drop/length curtain and the 117cm width (as that is the width of each curtain- so you'd get a span of almost 235cm which should be fine. Guess I'm. Saying you need 137cm by 117cm. Unless you want your curtains to the floor in which case you'd want to longer than a 137cm drop. X

Cheers I think that you mention is about the right size

Thank you
#46
daisyb212

Do I need two pairs or one pair plez?
1 Like #47
Argos seem to have a permanent "sale" that often seems to be clearance on the curtains, but heat anyway bc still good prices
#48
most are £9 and above.. fairly standard price range
#49
thank op red pair and duvet all reserved for sons new minecraft room. star :)
#50
we got some black ones for 12.99 last week and they're excellent quality
1 Like #51
Why oh why at 2.30am did I click on the HUKD app, spent around £100'incl curtain poles. Oh well, deals a deal! Thanks OP
#52
Are you seeing the red one at that price? When I check it's showing up at £19.99.
#53
brilliant thanks
#54
daisyb212
Tonnes of stock in Scotland x
You don't get much sunlight in in Scotland do you? ;)
#55
really stuck, we have windows that are 115 x 115 cm . what sized curtains should we get ? thanks
#56
Thanks OP saved myself 30 quid there had one of these on my to buy list, one happy Mrs.
#57
skywatcher77
Nearly ordered till the reviews said they felt and looked like shower curtains.
I would disagree, I have these myself and they don't feel or look like plastic shower curtains, they are nice decently heavy.
#58
I have 3 windows side-by-side in my sitting room - each window is 90 cm (width) and 138 cm (height). I usually spread out 4 curtains on the rail - each of my current curtains is 120 cm (width) and 180 cm (height). The only problem that I find is that I have to place 3 ends of the curtains up on the window ledges as there is furniture up close to the wall below the windows. I've just realised that I can't get a shorter curtain length to fit my windows, so am just wondering if anybody has had any success with cutting a longer size of these curtains down to size (just wondering if they would fray badly). I don't have a sewing machine so was looking at perhaps using that iron-on tape that you can get to take up hems, etc? Thank you.
#59
Heat-o-matic!

Just ordered 4 pairs of curtains. Thanks for sharing :)
#60
Bargain and in stock.Heated
#61
blackout curtains and a comfy bed is the way to live.
#62
LondonTTB
daisyb212
Tonnes of stock in Scotland x
You don't get much sunlight in in Scotland do you? ;)
In summer, it's light here for longer than further south... so these will be good for when I'm trying to get to sleep and it's still light outside...
#63
Just picked some up for the living room. Heat added! :)
1 Like #64
Sophiasky
I have 3 windows side-by-side in my sitting room - each window is 90 cm (width) and 138 cm (height). I usually spread out 4 curtains on the rail - each of my current curtains is 120 cm (width) and 180 cm (height). The only problem that I find is that I have to place 3 ends of the curtains up on the window ledges as there is furniture up close to the wall below the windows. I've just realised that I can't get a shorter curtain length to fit my windows, so am just wondering if anybody has had any success with cutting a longer size of these curtains down to size (just wondering if they would fray badly). I don't have a sewing machine so was looking at perhaps using that iron-on tape that you can get to take up hems, etc? Thank you.

I wouldn't use iron-on tape without making a few token hold stitches as well, turn ups don't get dragged around in the same way curtains do.

There is probably a seamstress in your area who won't charge much to run a line of stitch.
1 Like #65
Thank you, exactly what I needed (:
#66
good bargain but in the argos website description it says dry clean only
#67
Cheers reserved
#68
Awesome find, got 3 sets for our new house.. in the middle of collecting them now.. had to go to Mansfield oak tree lane and Arnold to get all 3 colours we wanted.
Steve
#69
Just ordered 4 pairs myself, thanks OP. Heat added.
#70
Hi. Can someone's plz help, my bedroom window measures 143 x 170cm what price curtains will I need to purchase ? Thanks in advance
#71
Thanks! Just bought a pair, fab deal!! :)

Been back to buy some more lol kitted out my mum & dads house too!

Edited By: michellehendren3 on Jan 14, 2017 00:01: Purchased more
1 Like #72
If you want the curtains to have a nice 'gather' (folds) then you will need the width to be up to double your curtain width (you can sometimes get away with an extra half width). Matching the width exactly will mean it won't close properly, and on the pencil ones it will look like a bed sheet at your window (flat)! So whatever your window/overall width size is, use this to determine what size curtain you need from the sizes given on the site (which are per curtain, therefore you're doubling up). Obviously don't do this with your drop.

The drop will also depend on whether you go for the eyelets or pencil, as pencil will hang almost directly under the pole (some adjustment possible with the small 'pockets' on the curtain), and the eyelet (metal ring in curtain) will measure from the top of ring/pole with no room for adjustment.

Juzzbuzz123
Hi. Can someone's plz help, my bedroom window measures 143 x 170cm what price curtains will I need to purchase ? Thanks in advance

Use your window width for the actual width of each curtain, as you are doubling up this way. So get the size closest to 143cm and you will have a nice gather to it. Drop you will have to figure out yourself what works best with whats available

tazg101
really stuck, we have windows that are 115 x 115 cm . what sized curtains should we get ? thanks

As above, get the closest to 115cm. Each of your curtains will actually only be about 57cm, but your doubling up so it will gather nicely once up.

tammyy
my curtain size is the drop is 3ft and the wide is 6.5 ft so what size do I need plez anyone!!
Thanks in advance

3ft x 6.5ft is 91.5cm x 198.1cm, if this is per curtain you will need a curtain at least 137.5cm wide, preferably 180cm!

Edited By: Woody0207 on Jan 08, 2017 19:14: Clarity
#73
thanks op ordered 3 pairs of for the bedrooms ☺
#74
Got them today, haven't taken them out yet but they look a bit thin from the outside if you ask me.
#75
hope they refund u the difference
#76
I've just picked up two pairs of the black unlined ones - reduced to £9 a pair from £29.99. When I collected them from Argos, they were presented in two different types of packing - I asked the woman who served me if they were identical curtains and was told that the colour looks the same but that they have just changed to a new type of packaging. I have not opened them, but am wondering that if they have changed the packaging, they have slightly adjusted the intensity of the black dye used - also the curtains are an approximate size and perhaps they have made them a couple of millimeters shorter/longer now, etc? I'm just thinking that when you buy wallpaper, they always say to get it all from the same batch number - the catalogue numbers on the packaging are the same, but there is a POS number on each packet and they are different? I don't know whether to take them back to see if I can get the same packaging on both, or else just leave it and hope that when put up they do look identical?
#77
no stock left in my local stores yesterday - but now back in stock at higher price
I will click expire so you can change price

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5286070
#78
I bought 2 pairs of the grey mist lined curtains. I really like them but one curtain is about 2 inches shorter than the other so have to take them back.
#79
thanks for this. picked up 2 pairs today and seem great value for money. have reserved another pair for collection later this week at a different store
#80
don't know why everyone voting this hot. usual argos b.s. nothing in stock and never will let you add to basket to order online

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