All soft goods should be constructed of inherently flame
resistant fibres or treated to meet Hotel's standards of
local code, whichever is more stringent.
All samples submitted for approval must be accompanied
by detailed specifications, revealing construction and fibre
1200mm or 1350mm wide cotton sateen or polyester, vat-dyed,
is recommended for over-drapes.
Fibreglass is not acceptable.
Must be pre-shrunk and Scotchguarded. Where attached lining
must be used, shrinkage factor must be the same for both.
Drapery fabric must be flame retarded.
Blackout fabric to be polyester/cotton and flame retardant.
Sheer fabric to be polyester.
Provide 5% overage of each colour scheme for reserve of
Guest Room drapery fabric.
Drapery may traverse via a cord or wand mechanism; no hand
traverse will be allowed.
All drapery tracks and hardware to be Kirsch double-duty
quality, or equal.
2-track system to be used and must be full traverse; 3-track
system recommended in suites.
When 2 tracks are used, tracks to be at least 100mm on
Curtains to be centre-opening. When curtains are drawn
total blackout must be achieved.<
Fabricate curtains and sheer with 10cm double bottom hem,
12cm double heading French pleat and 4cm side double hem.
Patterned fabrics must be matched across the window for
uniformity. Draperies to be dressed down once they are hung
by adjusting the heading and pushing the folds into place.
All Guest Rooms must have casement or sheers as part of
the window treatment.
250% fullness for over drapery and casement or sheers
to be 200%. Hems to be weighted with non-corrosive strips.
Finish length should be maximum 1.5cm from top of carpet.