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English Traditions

As one of the birthplaces of trivial things such as the middle class, the textile industry and interior design, England also has a rich history of curtain making dating back centuries. My curtains are also crafted using English techniques.

Most professional bespoke curtains are lined. My products include curtains with lots of hand-stitched finishes and magnificent hand pleats, artisan tiebacks, as well as cushions, and I also make arched or pleated draperies, valances, and all sorts of blinds. If you’re thinking about a custom window treatment, you’ve come to the right place.

CHECK OUT MY LATEST WORKS

Pleats

Goblet, box, pencil, double-pinch, French – these are the most commonly used curtain heading styles. Whenever I’m sewing curtains, this step always gets my heart pumping, as it is probably my favourite.

Curtains look their best if they are richly pleated. This calls for plenty of fabric, which will need to be pleated in a way that is in sync both with the room’s décor and the curtain design. Instead of the various types of curtain tapes that can be bought in stores, I prefer to fold my own pleats by hand, as the difference is night and day. Any folds can be used for draperies. Very often the curtains themselves only receive a simple fold with the more elaborate, hand-folded pleats going onto the draperies.

MORE PLEATS

Tie-backs

Having nicely arranged curtains never hurts, but it is particularly in rooms decorated in Classic or Country styles that it can make a world of a difference. This is when tie-backs and tassels come handy.

Carefully selected tie-backs definitely add more oomph to your curtains. Depending on their pattern, they could be used either to accentuate or contrast with the decorative/secondary colours of the curtain. A properly dressed and ruffled curtain-tieback combo can have a profound impact on your interior. Lace ties go well with Shabby Chic, marabou feather trim is an excellent choice for Glamour, whereas rope or lace tie-backs are best mixed with Classic and Country styles.

MORE TIEBACKS

Decorations

To me, making curtains does not end with merely binding the fabric. My favourite accessories for hand-folded pleats and tie-backs include buttons, beads, ribbons, pom-poms, galloons, as well as fine sequins.

Stockists nowadays sell a wide selection of gorgeous fabrics that look a million dollars. And more often than not, these are merely hung up with a header tape fastened on. Unless we have money to burn, the most basic materials might be our only choice – but how can we turn those into stunning curtains? Well, I say, decorate. Any fabric can be made to look better, whether by accentuating its colour or using subtle trimming such as velvet ribbons.

CHECK OUT SOME EXAMPLES

Cushions in contemporary country style

With this ‘homespun’ collection of fabrics, my goal is to redefine traditional Hungarian folk motifs while also to express what Hungary means to me – cherry and apple trees, doves, and red poppies.

Every single Lenoushka product is hand made with love. I go to great lengths to use only the best materials: checkered, polka dotted or floral fabrics, lace, muslin and cotton felt. My favourite accessories include buttons, beads, ribbons, pom-poms, galloons, as well as sequins that evoke Russian grandeur.

VENGERKA

Glamour cushions

I used to spend Christmas with my parents in Budapest. My Mum would take out her old set of glistening baubles from St. Petersburg, and I would start dressing the tree. So come, and get festive with me!

For many of us there is no such thing as too much glitter. Coming to our rescue is a strutting disco hussar, proudly presenting Hungarian themes mixed with Russian allure. Folk meets glam. Disco tulips, disco poppies, disco doves on cushions, curtains, bed covers, and small accessories. Overflowing glamour and high-end fabrics, sequin, velvet, lacquer, leather, and boas.

VENGERKA DISCO

Cushions in Turquoise and Brown Pastel

I just love Lake Balaton. And I’m particularly fond of its colours in autumn and winter: the frozen blues of the water, the trees in sombre brownness. These pastel cushions were created for interiors dominated by turquoise and brown.

Different materials and accessories are used in bold combination to highlight the abstract qualities of ruffled water. Linen and velvet, taffeta and corduroy, mother-of-pearl buttons and wooden beads, ribbons and sequins – in cream, beige, khaki, gold, light blue, dark turquoise and steel blue.

BLAUN

Lollipop cushions

Simple patterns work best in kids’ rooms. They’re fresh, cheerful, and oh-so timelessly English. Purple, pink, green, turquoise, blue, and orange – all paired with crisp white. Buttons and knobs to fidget with forever.

Contrasting patterns and colours fascinate me. As long as the hues look right, I’m happy to mix polka dots with checkered or striped. Welcome to Lollipop Harmony. I designed this collection for children’s rooms that are outside the run-of-the-mill realm of Barbie dolls, Thomas engines and Marvel super heroes.

LOLLIPOP

LÉNA LEHOCZKY - INTERIOR DESIGN OF HOUSES, APARTMENTS, OFFICES AND STORES. SOFT FURNISHING.
Enquirieslena.lehoczky@lenoushka.com • +36 (20) 959 9007 • Copyright 2012-2017 lenoushka.com •

Proud BNI member NYIAD

English Traditions

As one of the birthplaces of trivial things such as the middle class, the textile industry and interior design, England also has a rich history of curtain making dating back centuries. My curtains are also crafted using English techniques.

Most professional bespoke curtains are lined. My products include curtains with lots of hand-stitched finishes and magnificent hand pleats, artisan tiebacks, as well as cushions, and I also make arched or pleated draperies, valances, and all sorts of blinds. If you’re thinking about a custom window treatment, you’ve come to the right place.

CHECK OUT MY LATEST WORKS

Pleats

Goblet, box, pencil, double-pinch, French – these are the most commonly used curtain heading styles. Whenever I’m sewing curtains, this step always gets my heart pumping, as it is probably my favourite.

Curtains look their best if they are richly pleated. This calls for plenty of fabric, which will need to be pleated in a way that is in sync both with the room’s décor and the curtain design. Instead of the various types of curtain tapes that can be bought in stores, I prefer to fold my own pleats by hand, as the difference is night and day. Any folds can be used for draperies. Very often the curtains themselves only receive a simple fold with the more elaborate, hand-folded pleats going onto the draperies.

MORE PLEATS

Tie-backs

Having nicely arranged curtains never hurts, but it is particularly in rooms decorated in Classic or Country styles that it can make a world of a difference. This is when tie-backs and tassels come handy.

Carefully selected tie-backs definitely add more oomph to your curtains. Depending on their pattern, they could be used either to accentuate or contrast with the decorative/secondary colours of the curtain. A properly dressed and ruffled curtain-tieback combo can have a profound impact on your interior. Lace ties go well with Shabby Chic, marabou feather trim is an excellent choice for Glamour, whereas rope or lace tie-backs are best mixed with Classic and Country styles.

MORE TIEBACKS

Decorations

To me, making curtains does not end with merely binding the fabric. My favourite accessories for hand-folded pleats and tie-backs include buttons, beads, ribbons, pom-poms, galloons, as well as fine sequins.

Stockists nowadays sell a wide selection of gorgeous fabrics that look a million dollars. And more often than not, these are merely hung up with a header tape fastened on. Unless we have money to burn, the most basic materials might be our only choice – but how can we turn those into stunning curtains? Well, I say, decorate. Any fabric can be made to look better, whether by accentuating its colour or using subtle trimming such as velvet ribbons.

CHECK OUT SOME EXAMPLES

Cushions in contemporary country style

With this ‘homespun’ collection of fabrics, my goal is to redefine traditional Hungarian folk motifs while also to express what Hungary means to me – cherry and apple trees, doves, and red poppies.

Every single Lenoushka product is hand made with love. I go to great lengths to use only the best materials: checkered, polka dotted or floral fabrics, lace, muslin and cotton felt. My favourite accessories include buttons, beads, ribbons, pom-poms, galloons, as well as sequins that evoke Russian grandeur.

VENGERKA

Glamour cushions

I used to spend Christmas with my parents in Budapest. My Mum would take out her old set of glistening baubles from St. Petersburg, and I would start dressing the tree. So come, and get festive with me!

For many of us there is no such thing as too much glitter. Coming to our rescue is a strutting disco hussar, proudly presenting Hungarian themes mixed with Russian allure. Folk meets glam. Disco tulips, disco poppies, disco doves on cushions, curtains, bed covers, and small accessories. Overflowing glamour and high-end fabrics, sequin, velvet, lacquer, leather, and boas.

VENGERKA DISCO

Cushions in Turquoise and Brown Pastel

I just love Lake Balaton. And I’m particularly fond of its colours in autumn and winter: the frozen blues of the water, the trees in sombre brownness. These pastel cushions were created for interiors dominated by turquoise and brown.

Different materials and accessories are used in bold combination to highlight the abstract qualities of ruffled water. Linen and velvet, taffeta and corduroy, mother-of-pearl buttons and wooden beads, ribbons and sequins – in cream, beige, khaki, gold, light blue, dark turquoise and steel blue.

BLAUN

Lollipop cushions

Simple patterns work best in kids’ rooms. They’re fresh, cheerful, and oh-so timelessly English. Purple, pink, green, turquoise, blue, and orange – all paired with crisp white. Buttons and knobs to fidget with forever.

Contrasting patterns and colours fascinate me. As long as the hues look right, I’m happy to mix polka dots with checkered or striped. Welcome to Lollipop Harmony. I designed this collection for children’s rooms that are outside the run-of-the-mill realm of Barbie dolls, Thomas engines and Marvel super heroes.

LOLLIPOP

LÉNA LEHOCZKY - INTERIOR DESIGN OF HOUSES, APARTMENTS, OFFICES AND STORES. SOFT FURNISHING.
Enquirieslena.lehoczky@lenoushka.com • +36 (20) 959 9007 • Copyright 2012-2017 lenoushka.com •

Proud BNI member NYIAD
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