For me, I would want them under a pelmet if you went all the way up. It may look a bit out of place of you didn't - I feel a pelmet would make the ceiling feel higher as well...
In the kitchen areas I have seen them ceiling heights and they look quiet nice. I think the opposite if you do go ceiling height it makes your ceilings look taller.
I thought the same thinking pelmet. But I was advised that it wasn’t needed and I wouldn’t regret it. I’m so glad I did it because it definitely gives of the illusion of height.
[/quote]Who did your curtains for you?
We are thinking of doing something in style. Pelemts also cost a fortune to make too.
We used these people located in Keysborough. They do everything and they are very affordable as well. Wait time can be up to 6 weeks but they managed to finish ours in 3 weeks.
Our SM gave us access to the house during lock up for measurements and they installed ours the week we moved in. I was super happy with the service. We were very lucky because on the same day our flooring was getting installed so I was able to match up my colour selections with floors
Pelmet pricing was very good but I wanted to see what they’d look like without and was happy with the choice
This is the place
We went with S-fold sheers with no pelmets
[/quote]Looks very nice. Can I ask how much that cost you?