Elegant and Customized Curtain Tie Backs for Your Home
For over a decade, we have been making custom curtain tie backs in our full-service workshop. Our team takes pride in their craftsmanship, professionalism, and ability to provide excellent service. Our tie backs designs are more elegant than those of our local competitors, and we strive to give our customers the best experience possible.
Our Unique Offerings
Our Curtain Alteration & Fitting Store offers a wide selection of custom window treatments, including unique drapery with fabric, leather, and vintage curtain hold backs. No matter your style, we’re confident that you’ll find the perfect window treatment in our selection.
We Are the Best Tie Back Creators in UAE
Choose from our impressive selection of design drapes and tiebacks – we have something for every taste! Our collection of magnetic, DIY, gold, rope, shower, tassel, black, brass, metal, outdoor, and other curtain tie backs, as well as window treatments and accessories, are unbeatable and sure to make your home stand out
Our Vintage Choice of Hold Backs Will Definitely Win Your Heart
Our organisation values prompt service and always delivers excellent results, no matter how complex the design. We complete every job on schedule and under budget.
Our team of experts specialises in creating vintage and traditional tiebacks, such as macrame and rustic styles. For those with a love for antique items, our antique curtain tie backs are sure to please.
And for those with a more modern taste, we offer a selection of modern curtain tie backs. No matter your style, we have the perfect tieback for you!
Tie backs Vs Holdbacks – Which is the best?
Curtain Tie Backs
🔨 Used to hold curtains back from the window
🔨 Generally made of fabric, rope, or cord
🔨 Often have decorative elements such as tassels, beads, or embroidery
🔨 Can be tied in various ways, allowing for different looks
🔨 Generally used in pairs, with one on each side of the window
🔨 Best suited for lightweight curtains
🔨 Less expensive than holdbacks
🔨 Used to hold curtains in a fixed position
🔨 Generally made of metal or wood
🔨 Usually have a simple design, with no decorative elements
🔨 Cannot be adjusted once installed
🔨 Can be used individually or in pairs, depending on the size of the window and curtains
🔨 Suitable for all types of curtains, including heavy drapes
🔨 Generally more expensive than tie backs
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Types of Curtain Tie Backs
Fabric tie backs
These are strips of fabric that match or complement the curtains
Rope tie backs
They are made with thick ropes to add a rustic touch to your curtains.
Tassel tie backs
These are decorative tie backs that feature tassels on the ends of cords.
Magnetic tie backs
These are convenient tie backs that use magnets to hold the curtains.
Ribbon tie backs
These are similar to fabric tie backs, but are made from ribbons
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How to Use Curtain Tie Hold Backs?
Curtain tiebacks can be used in various ways depending on the curtains and desired design. Simple tie backs can be used to allow light, airy drapes to flow freely, while heavier drapes may require stronger tiebacks
First, decide where to place the tiebacks. You can put them in the center of the window or on the sides. If you choose to place them on the sides, make sure to measure the distance from the top of the curtain to the tieback, so that they are equal.
Once you’ve chosen the spot, tie the curtains back with drapery hooks or loops. To customize the appearance, adjust the tightness of the tiebacks.
Frequently Asked Questions
Always Choose fit curtain tiebacks. Choose a wall location, pencil-mark the tiebacks’ wall positioning, drill screws, and anchor the tiebacks to hang curtains.
This depends on the style of the curtain. To keep the tiebacks visible, they should be placed two-thirds of the way up, which will completely show the tiebacks.
Place hooks on the wall at some height and thread back through. Hang loops from the wall by knotting a cord around the center. Hang curtains with tiebacks at the same height.
Tie the curtains back with ribbon or string. Tie the curtains back with a scarf or other cloth. Use a belt or other clothes if you need fabric tiebacks.
Strong magnets secure the tie to the curtain fabric. Even in the wind, the magnets can keep the curtains back. Magnetic curtain tiebacks give flair without the wind.
Yes, they are still trendy and come in several designs to suit any taste. Fabric or rope tiebacks are typical, and modern alternatives include aluminum and plastic.