Not only do we hold a huge range of stock drapery, we also hold a vast selection of specialist fabrics off the roll, and will work endlessly to find a solution to the most complex of briefs if we don’t have what you need on the shelf.
Voile for example, being in effect see through can be used in incredibly beautiful ways, and working with different fullness and layers can bring in an added depth with light and projection. We’ve supplied voile in white, black, red and a number of different options are available. We’ve even sown crystals into voile for a client which was quite spectacular.
We have also utilised Taffeta to great effect in the passed, this material creates a brilliant flow effect when dropped and is perfect for theatrical reveals. Taffeta is a crisp, smooth, plain woven fabric made from silk.
Casement and molton are extremely popular and come in every colour of the rainbow, used to cover walls, design accents, roofs and worked into complex set pieces. Light and easy to work with, off the roll on site or made into specific panels or odd shapes by our machinist, you could say it’s one of our busiest products. Nothing like a roll of black casement on site to hide flight case, cover a cloakroom table, many production managers call it the “get out of trouble” roll!
We can also print onto very large surfaces. Recently called on to work on the Oasis stage scrims we also supply banners for a number of applications, in door or out and in any dimension.
Windows and skylights can be a real pain when daylight creeps in, but thankfully our dim outs can be used to keep that sun out!
Where inclement weather is a consideration our PUFC drapes are a perfect solution. The stock available is predominantly black and used to cover heras fencing and outdoor stages where water could be a problem.
Cover it Up are also fortunate to have an in house team of experience machinists who can create some incredible pieces. Their experience brings together many departments, often incorporating rigging equipment into the fabric of the piece. On occasion take our machinists on site when we need fine adjustments made in situ.