Buckingham Patio Door Lined Pencil Pleat CurtainsFrom £84.00 £70.00 £42.00
Montreal Patio Door Lined Pencil Pleat CurtainsFrom £114.00
Valentina Patio Door Lined Eyelet CurtainsFrom £123.60 £103.00 £92.70
Patio Door Curtains
Patio door curtains are both stylish and versatile, and at The Mill Shop, we proudly offer a wide range of lined patio door curtains that perfectly complement your aesthetic preferences and cater to your specific needs.
Whether you desire an elegant solution to enhance privacy while enjoying your patio during the summer months or seek to preserve warmth indoors during the winter, our patio door curtains are designed to meet your requirements. With an extensive selection of fabrics, colours, designs, and patterns available, you're sure to find the perfect patio door curtains, sometimes known as French door curtains, to suit your personal style and enhance the ambiance of your outdoor space.
Our patio door curtains are sold as pairs, so if you're looking for single door curtains, don't worry, we have those too.
Explore our patio door curtain range here.
How to measure for patio door curtains
To measure for patio door curtains, start by measuring the width of the door opening at the top, middle, and bottom, noting down the widest measurement as the curtain rod width. Multiply the rod width by 1.5 to 2 to determine the curtain width for a full and gathered look. Measure the height from the top of the frame to the floor or desired length, adding any extra length for puddling or desired fabric at the bottom. If the curtain rod will be installed above the frame, include that measurement in the curtain length. Double-check all measurements before purchasing curtains to ensure accuracy and a proper fit for your patio doors.
How to dress patio doors with curtains
To dress patio doors with curtains, start by measuring the space and selecting curtains made from durable, weather-resistant materials. Choose a sturdy curtain rod that matches the door width and install it securely above the doors. Slide the curtain panels onto the rod, ensuring they overlap slightly for privacy and light control. Consider using tiebacks or clips to hold the curtains when open. Make any necessary adjustments for an even and polished look. Experiment with colours, patterns, and textures that complement your outdoor decor to showcase your personal style.