Green/red/blue Ombre curtains 229cm x 229 cm £10.99 @ Argos
75°Expired

Green/red/blue Ombre curtains 229cm x 229 cm £10.99 @ Argos

7

Groups

7 Comments
Oo brill thanks op and they actually have two pairs in stock at my local 👌
They are a thin, cheap material mind you, as we got some recently. Wife took them straight down.
gabesdad2 h, 20 m ago

They are a thin, cheap material mind you, as we got some recently. Wife …They are a thin, cheap material mind you, as we got some recently. Wife took them straight down.


Well obviously she can afford better privacy screens, some people can’t and that size at that price is affordable for the many. These being ombré will be great for a bedroom for early risers or some good (blackout) blinds, homestarters spending thousands on flooring can easily spend £40 in Argos (see my other curtain post) for privacy, not everyone is established, cash or credit flush (or female nesting), this amount of fabric alone is gtear value for those with some ‘very basic’ knowledge of sewing...

I got some very cheap basic cream cheap cotton looking curtains from Argos a few years ago (I posted) and it cost me £6 to buy 2 Dylon black dyes at Home Bargains to make my much more HOME made “expensive” looking ‘designer’ style curtains thermal and blackout and much more sturdy with a quick 40 min job on a sewing machine, all in about £30 for some home made large bay window curtains, (charity shop find of uber posh) fabric, dye & thermal/blackout you would pay hundreds for from a specialist shop.


You could simply sew some cheap voiles over the outer of these curtains to have some very expensive looking and unique curtains at ten a penny in comparison to ‘ready to hang’ or ‘made to order’. Outside light behind them shows the pattern with voile luxury, even match with a cheap swag/tie back and bobs your uncle, waste not want not, buy 2 sets and some black dye and for circa £60 for all the above it’s unique to your house like the massive country ‘visiting’ houses instead of off the shelf mass produced Nothing worse than walking in someplace and someone else has your same off-the-shelf curtains. Good luck with the wife btw!
is the sizes per curtain or for both?
seaniboy3 h, 42 m ago

Well obviously she can afford better privacy screens, some people can’t a …Well obviously she can afford better privacy screens, some people can’t and that size at that price is affordable for the many. These being ombré will be great for a bedroom for early risers or some good (blackout) blinds, homestarters spending thousands on flooring can easily spend £40 in Argos (see my other curtain post) for privacy, not everyone is established, cash or credit flush (or female nesting), this amount of fabric alone is gtear value for those with some ‘very basic’ knowledge of sewing...I got some very cheap basic cream cheap cotton looking curtains from Argos a few years ago (I posted) and it cost me £6 to buy 2 Dylon black dyes at Home Bargains to make my much more HOME made “expensive” looking ‘designer’ style curtains thermal and blackout and much more sturdy with a quick 40 min job on a sewing machine, all in about £30 for some home made large bay window curtains, (charity shop find of uber posh) fabric, dye & thermal/blackout you would pay hundreds for from a specialist shop. You could simply sew some cheap voiles over the outer of these curtains to have some very expensive looking and unique curtains at ten a penny in comparison to ‘ready to hang’ or ‘made to order’. Outside light behind them shows the pattern with voile luxury, even match with a cheap swag/tie back and bobs your uncle, waste not want not, buy 2 sets and some black dye and for circa £60 for all the above it’s unique to your house like the massive country ‘visiting’ houses instead of off the shelf mass produced Nothing worse than walking in someplace and someone else has your same off-the-shelf curtains. Good luck with the wife btw!


Can’t deny they’re cheap, but felt it prudent to inform those who want curtains of a customers experience with them.
gabesdad3 h, 47 m ago

Can’t deny they’re cheap, but felt it prudent to inform those who want cur …Can’t deny they’re cheap, but felt it prudent to inform those who want curtains of a customers experience with them.


Not at all, but I don’t think anyone buying 90”x90” curtains for £10.99 expects high end uber quality

what did your wife do with them ?
Edited by: "seaniboy" 13th Feb
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text