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  • Using Coil Mesh curtains to elevate spaces

    April 25th, 2024
    When people think of curtains, their first thought is usually the everyday curtain used in homes across the UK. However not all curtains are designed just to be drawn across the windows for warmth, or

    Our team pick their project of 2023

    December 21st, 2023
    As another busy and challenging year draws to a close, we asked a few members of our team to pick their favourite project from the last 12 months. From fantastic locations to technically challenging j

    What are the best blinds and curtains for heat retention in commercial buildings?

    November 2nd, 2023
    Although autumn has been unseasonably warm, the Met Office suggest the usual cold winter weather could soon be with us. And with colder temperatures comes a heavier reliance on central heating systems

    Using solar shading to keep a building cool in a heatwave

    September 5th, 2023
    With the UK set for a spell of hot weather in the next fortnight, typically as the schools return from summer holidays, many will be looking for ways to keep cool without relying on energy-sapping air

    What to consider when specifying curtain tracks for commercial projects

    April 21st, 2023
    When it comes to specifying curtain tracks, there are a host of things to consider. In this blog, we discuss this topic in greater depth by looking at fixing details and how this helps to determine wh

    How curtains are creating a ‘home from home’ for workers returning to the office

    February 21st, 2023
    The past few years have seen a gradual merging of work and home life. Flexible working has become more popular, with people creating home offices or using a dining room as a workspace by day, before r

    Our team pick their projects of 2022

    December 22nd, 2022
    We’ve had one of our busiest years to date! From working in some incredible locations to creating completely bespoke systems, our projects have had it all. And with 2022 now coming to a close, w

    Commercial curtain trends to look out for in 2023

    November 2nd, 2022
    Curtains are back in vogue. That’s true whether you design and specify for domestic interiors, hospitality or offices. In the commercial context, a host of factors are driving the popularity of fabr

    Waverley invests in its curtain workroom facility in response to increased demand from commercial projects

    October 31st, 2022
    Automation complements hand-sewn expertise Waverley is investing to semi-automate its curtain workroom facility in Alresford, to cater for increased demand from the commercial sector. Waverley Directo

    Waverley curtains help Orangebox draw in the crowds at Clerkenwell Design Week

    May 30th, 2022
    Drawing people in. If the office of the future is to be a place for collaboration, creativity and nurturing relationships, then companies must offer spaces which intrigue people and draw them in. That

    Setting the scene for the long-awaited Clerkenwell Design Week 2022

    May 13th, 2022
    Waverley has collaborated with Orangebox to create an exhibition space with the wow factor, ready for the first Clerkenwell Design Week in three years. 100m of wave curtains will be installed on the U

    Waverley sponsors RIBA’s Radical Rooms exhibition which explores power within the domestic plan and reexamines the role of women in architecture

    May 4th, 2022
    RIBA Architecture Gallery, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD. FREE.  Thursday 28 April 2022 – Saturday 30 July 2022 Waverley has become the material sponsor for the latest exhibition by the Royal

    Energy saving tips for the office using blinds and curtains

    March 9th, 2022
    The rising cost of energy is affecting every UK business. More and more people are searching for energy saving tips. The FT recently quoted a hotel owner as saying “It would be ironic if we survived

    Vario by Création Baumann – a flexible acoustic divider system that reduces noise by 23dB

    November 12th, 2021
    More space, more room to move, more creativity. Open space in workplace design brings new freedoms. But not every one is an advantage. Open space becomes flexible space Unless addressed, open spaces w

    Curtains installed in new London showroom for Scandinavian furniture designers, HAY

    October 4th, 2021
    Waverley were pleased to install curtains throughout a new London showroom for Scandinavian furniture designer, HAY. With a single pleat heading, these curtains are comprised of tracks from Silent Gli
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