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post Dec 27 2015, 07:07 PM, updated 7y ago

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Any recommendation of curtain seller with good price?

I'm looking for 3 meter TALL curtains. Went to IKEA and they only sell up to 2.4 meter. Went to a few local shops but their price is ridiculous. I'm not looking for anything fancy just clean cut, plain-colored curtains.

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post Dec 27 2015, 07:13 PM

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Kamdar...
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post Dec 27 2015, 08:39 PM

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Nilai. Get there about 10, or even earlier. Pick your fabrics and give them your measurements. Go and have lunch in Seremban or Nilai itself, then collect your curtains after lunch.
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post Dec 27 2015, 10:42 PM

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Nilai3 got lots of shops
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QUOTE(PangurBan @ Dec 27 2015, 10:31 PM)
Nilai.  Get there about 10, or even earlier.  Pick your fabrics and give them your measurements.  Go and have lunch in Seremban or Nilai itself, then collect your curtains after lunch.
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So fast can complete the sewing. Quality comparable if do at Kamdar, Nagoya?
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post Dec 28 2015, 12:25 AM

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QUOTE(Perbaman @ Dec 27 2015, 10:42 PM)
Nilai3 got lots of shops
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Which shop in nilai3 is most value for money ??? Is mk curtain good ?
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QUOTE(zzzhhhzzz @ Dec 28 2015, 12:25 AM)
Which shop in nilai3 is most value for money ??? Is mk curtain good ?
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They've done one set of curtains for me before. Not bad. But you're really spoilt for choice there, so many shops. Just look shop around till you've found the fabrics you want.
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QUOTE(ck2chan @ Dec 28 2015, 12:00 AM)
So fast can complete the sewing. Quality comparable if do at Kamdar, Nagoya?
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Don't know about Nagoya, but the two places I've been to are certainly comparable to or better than Kamdar.
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post Dec 28 2015, 08:56 AM

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Klang near Jalan taiping, plenty of shops there where you could get good bargain
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QUOTE(PangurBan @ Dec 28 2015, 08:38 AM)
Don't know about Nagoya, but the two places I've been to are certainly comparable to or better than Kamdar.
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Can share the shop name that you went for the curtain?
Got one shop quote me new double track railing, sheer curtain and blackout curtain one set near to RM1200.
This only rough estimate.
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QUOTE(ck2chan @ Dec 29 2015, 12:53 AM)
Can share the shop name that you went for the curtain?
Got one shop quote me new double track railing, sheer curtain and blackout curtain one set near to RM1200.
This only rough estimate.
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post Dec 29 2015, 02:08 PM

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what about places like SSF or Curtain Place @ Kota damansara?
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post Dec 29 2015, 02:55 PM

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Went to Malaysia Funiture Expo last week at KLCC, one booth selling blinds quoted me around RM1400.00+/- for my balcony, measurement about 11ft x 9ft, bloody expensive. Walked around a bit then saw MK Curtain, they quoted me same measurement for RM700.00+, end up getting blinds and master room curtains from them.

My initial plan was to get IKEA's blind but their height was too short. Anyone bought curtains/roller blinds from MK Curtain group before? Can't seems to find any reviews here or online.

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post Dec 29 2015, 03:05 PM

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QUOTE(Xccess @ Dec 29 2015, 02:55 PM)
Went to Malaysia Funiture Expo last week at KLCC, one booth selling blinds quoted me around RM1400.00+/- for my balcony, measurement about 11ft x 9ft, bloody expensive. Walked around a bit then saw MK Curtain, they quoted me same measurement for RM700.00+, end up getting blinds and master room curtains from them.

My initial plan was to get IKEA's blind but their height was too short. Anyone bought curtains/roller blinds from MK Curtain group before? Can't seems to find any reviews here or online.
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Went to that booth also.. They quote rm14/sqft...so, for your measurements is correct , around rm1386
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QUOTE(potenza10 @ Dec 29 2015, 03:05 PM)
Went to that booth also.. They quote rm14/sqft...so, for your measurements is correct , around rm1386
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You mean the small booth attended by 2 gentlemen? Their price so damn expensive, I wonder who will buy from them, MK group is 50% cheaper. Luckily I've done my research or else kena chop carrot. sweat.gif
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post Dec 29 2015, 03:54 PM

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QUOTE(Xccess @ Dec 29 2015, 03:12 PM)
You mean the small booth attended by 2 gentlemen? Their price so damn expensive, I wonder who will buy from them, MK group is 50% cheaper. Luckily I've done my research or else kena chop carrot. sweat.gif
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During my time there, I was attended by 2 ah moi....and 1 man there who is referred as a 'designer' by those ahmoi...
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QUOTE(Xccess @ Dec 29 2015, 02:55 PM)
Went to Malaysia Funiture Expo last week at KLCC, one booth selling blinds quoted me around RM1400.00+/- for my balcony, measurement about 11ft x 9ft, bloody expensive. Walked around a bit then saw MK Curtain, they quoted me same measurement for RM700.00+, end up getting blinds and master room curtains from them.

My initial plan was to get IKEA's blind but their height was too short. Anyone bought curtains/roller blinds from MK Curtain group before? Can't seems to find any reviews here or online.
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MK Curtain in Nilai did one set for me. Not bad. I went there for another set, the salesgirl kept running here and there and left me waiting like an idiot so I went to another place.
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Just to share my recent experience with Baagus curtain.

When I was choosing the curtain for my bedroom, I had informed the sales person that I want black out for my curtain. Then she showed me the samples of black out curtain for my selection. I had chosen one of the black out samples to be used for my bedroom.

They have done the installation last week. After a few days observation, I notice why so-called black out curtain is not totally black out because I still could see the sunlight behind my curtain and the window grill behind still can be seen very clearly. Then I called up the sales person for clarification. She says my curtain is not 100% black out. It's only 80% black out. I was dumbfounded when she said this to me. Then I told her that it is not even 80% black out as she claimed because I still could see the window grill behind so clear. She didn't reply me at all. This is a very irresponsible sales person and a well established curtain company shouldn't have behaved like this.

In order to close the deal, they didn't tell me the full picture. They should have told me that this selection does not meet my requirement for black out curtain. Now I'm stuck... Very regret that I had chosen Baagus.


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QUOTE(kinggerrard @ Dec 29 2015, 04:39 PM)
Just to share my recent experience with Baagus curtain.

When I was choosing the curtain for my bedroom, I had informed the sales person that I want black out for my curtain. Then she showed me the samples of black out curtain for my selection. I had chosen one of the black out samples to be used for my bedroom.

They have done the installation last week. After a few days observation, I notice why so-called black out curtain is not totally black out because I still could see the sunlight behind my curtain and the window grill behind still can be seen very clearly. Then I called up the sales person for clarification. She says my curtain is not 100% black out. It's only 80% black out. I was dumbfounded when she said this to me. Then I told her that it is not even 80% black out as she claimed because I still could see the window grill behind so clear. She didn't reply me at all. This is a very irresponsible sales person and a well established curtain company shouldn't have behaved like this.

In order to close the deal, they didn't tell me the full picture. They should have told me that this selection does not meet my requirement for black out curtain. Now I'm stuck... Very regret that I had chosen Baagus.
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"80% black out" is not black out at all lah, it's called "rip off"
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QUOTE(potenza10 @ Dec 29 2015, 03:54 PM)
During my time there, I was attended by 2 ah moi....and 1 man there who is referred as a 'designer' by those ahmoi...
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Ah Moi and Designer both carry sharp cleaver, lucky you never kena chop. icon_rolleyes.gif
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QUOTE(PangurBan @ Dec 29 2015, 04:03 PM)
MK Curtain in Nilai did one set for me.  Not bad.  I went there for another set, the salesgirl kept running here and there and left me waiting like an idiot so I went to another place.
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Thanks, at least now I know I've purchased from a reliable source.

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QUOTE(PangurBan @ Dec 29 2015, 04:44 PM)
"80% black out" is not black out at all lah, it's called "rip off"
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How could you expect an ordinary user who is not in the curtain industry to understand all the curtain terms.

As a layman, the term black out means that area will turn totally dark without seeing the sunlight behind that's what we understood.

Then as a responsible sales person just has to answer him "yes" or "no" black out.
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QUOTE(Xccess @ Dec 29 2015, 04:59 PM)
Thanks, at least now I know I've purchased from a reliable source.
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Well in Nilai itself they have a few shops, and don't know how many other shops elsewhere. I have no idea if they maintain a consistent quality across all their branches.
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QUOTE(kinggerrard @ Dec 29 2015, 05:59 PM)
How could you expect an ordinary user who is not in the curtain industry to understand all the curtain terms.

As a layman, the term black out means that area will turn totally dark without seeing the sunlight behind that's what we understood.

Then as a responsible sales person just has to answer him "yes" or "no" black out.
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Ya, my point is you were ripped off. Blackout means MOST LIGHT is filtered out. Good quality blackout curtains will basically leave your room in complete darkness when you draw them. What you describe isn't blackout. If you feel really pissed off about this, you could be doing other people a favour by taking this to the consumer tribunal. But that depends on whether the words 'blackout' appears on your receipt.

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Just wonder how the price for curtain is calculated, can shed some light here?

Say, 7ft*8ft window for material priced with Rm28/per metre, but end up the price is RM266.
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QUOTE(WahBiang @ Dec 29 2015, 11:15 PM)
Just wonder how the price for curtain is calculated, can shed some light here?

Say, 7ft*8ft window for material priced with Rm28/per metre, but end up the price is RM266.
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If you've got french pleats, they'll need to use much more material than the actual width of the curtains. How much more will depend on how far apart the pleats are spaced. Then you also need the factor in the labour cost.
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Just went for curtain hunting last week - at Jalan TAR. Tried Kamdar, (there are 2 outlets), price is reasonable plus workmanship and material is reasonable too, but i find there are more choices at Jakel Mall.

Kamdar provides workmanship for 2 weeks, Jakel for 3 weeks.

Better to go and have a look for yourself.

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QUOTE(PangurBan @ Dec 29 2015, 06:05 PM)
Ya, my point is you were ripped off.  Blackout means MOST LIGHT is filtered out.  Good quality blackout curtains will basically leave your room in complete darkness when you draw them.  What you describe isn't blackout.  If you feel really pissed off about this, you could be doing other people a favour by taking this to the consumer tribunal.  But that depends on whether the words 'blackout' appears on your receipt.
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Thanks bro for your suggestion to take them to consumer tribunal. The word blackout was never mentioned in my receipt. Usually the receipt only describes the model number and won't mention the percentage of blackout as this would draw them to plenty of unwanted legal issues.

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anybody went to nilai 3?
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Hi, we do custom-made curtains, we do for home & commercial curtains & also soft-furnishing items like bed linens and cushions. We've done alot for new condo move in. Any sizes & design can be done.
We'll come to the house and do the measurement ourselves, you can choose from the sample fabric that we bring over. Installation & track to be provided if required.
Do have a look at our facebook page for more recent done jobs.
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QUOTE(maxilife1 @ Dec 30 2015, 03:14 PM)
anybody went to nilai 3?
me...price for my curtain is 48 per metre, i got at 24 per metre after bargain

total lost rm900 for 1 sliding door, 1 master bedroom & 1 small room (6 pieces) + upah + rod

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QUOTE(adiwarna @ Dec 31 2015, 01:05 PM)
me...price for my curtain is 48 per metre, i got at 24 per metre after bargain

total lost rm900 for 1 sliding door, 1 master bedroom & 1 small room (6 pieces) + upah + rod

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Wow nice, black out type?? 48 to 24, thats 50% off, labour charge separately? With sheer?
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QUOTE(WahBiang @ Dec 31 2015, 01:38 PM)
Wow nice, black out type?? 48 to 24, thats 50% off, labour charge separately? With sheer?
i think blackout type, labour charge included, no sheer


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QUOTE(adiwarna @ Dec 31 2015, 01:05 PM)
me...price for my curtain is 48 per metre, i got at 24 per metre after bargain

total lost rm900 for 1 sliding door, 1 master bedroom & 1 small room (6 pieces) + upah + rod

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this is nice and affordable!

mind sharing the shop name?

as i know theres a bunch of shop there
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we run a family business focus on customize curtain, blinds, curtain reil and wooden rods installation. qe import our own choice of fabric, from china of course, not relying on local supplier.

my younger sister is based in bentung and KL, you may pm if you need advise and discussion. she can arrange for meet up and free consultation

i am managing two out of three of our retail store, located in sungai besar selangor.

sorry if it violate forum rules for advertising here. for those interested may pm

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QUOTE(WahBiang @ Dec 29 2015, 11:15 PM)
Just wonder how the price for curtain is calculated, can shed some light here?

Say, 7ft*8ft window for material priced with Rm28/per metre, but end up the price is RM266.
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usually store will quote a final price, without much explanation and details.

basically we work out total fabric needed for your measurement, say 7feets length windows or sliding door with fullness of 2, meaning we need to sew 14feets of fabric, approx 4.3m, and make it a 7feets curtain.

this workup applies for fabric with width of 110inch. fabric with 60inch width uses different calculation.

but nowadays 60inch is considered less desirable, i shall explain in later post.

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QUOTE(maxilife1 @ Dec 31 2015, 03:15 PM)
this is nice and affordable!

mind sharing the shop name?

as i know theres a bunch of shop there
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Kedai langsir sri maju...got few branch, go to the big one

Advisable to go early in the morning during they wanna start business...can get good price
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QUOTE(adiwarna @ Dec 31 2015, 05:03 PM)
Kedai langsir sri maju...got few branch, go to the big one

Advisable to go early in the morning during they wanna start business...can get good price
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noted and thanks!
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an forummer pm for quotation, we like to share more info here.

there is 3 factors that affect curtain cost.

it is quite an lengthy explain. just want to share some info, and because final product prices is factored by design, cost of fabric and measurement, so the best is only rough guest without further info.

1 because curtain arrangement, can be make into many designs, and labour cost is calculated based on RM per feet(length). different designs with be priced according to complexity of its design.

the simplest design uses 4 hooked curtain hook. it is basic arrangement for curtain to hung on aluminium curtain rails

fabric cut into size and sew with curtain tape, and 4 hooked curtain hook is used to gather cut fabric into desired size. the idea of fullness is important.

say we use 4meters fabric sew and gather it to curtain for length of 2meters. so 4/2, fullness of 2. curtain will be gathered nicely.

consider if we use 3meters of fabric for same length of 2meters curtain, 3/2, fullness is 1.5. it will still make a 2meter length curtain, will still be able to hung on our reil or wood on window, but it will less gathered, more like straighted fabric on window.

fullness is important fo decide total fabric in use for each project, and hence price. of course price of fabric per meter also a factor.

2 second basic arrangement is eyelet. we use it on wooden rods. fabric is sewn, and punch holes, and eyelet ring is placed according to correct placement, finally just slot onto wooden rod and hung on wall. one pf the best arrangement, simple yet display fabric motifs without too many fancy designs.


i managed 2 retail stores not on curtain department, but with better info, i.e. with your estimated fabric price range, i am happy to help.

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so MK curtain in Nilai3 is good? I'm just 25 minutes drive away... will pay a visit
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QUOTE(Secruoser @ Jan 4 2016, 12:31 PM)
so MK curtain in Nilai3 is good? I'm just 25 minutes drive away... will pay a visit
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Many shops there. Shop around first. MK is OK as far as the workmanship is concerned but because they are big and have a few outlets in Nilai 3 alone, you might not get the best customer service, as I found out once. One of the smaller shops might be better and deliver the goods faster. One of the smaller shops did my curtains in two hours flat.
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QUOTE(PangurBan @ Jan 4 2016, 01:09 PM)
Many shops there.  Shop around first.  MK is OK as far as the workmanship is concerned but because they are big and have a few outlets in Nilai 3 alone, you might not get the best customer service, as I found out once.  One of the smaller shops might be better and deliver the goods faster.  One of the smaller shops did my curtains in two hours flat.
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do you know the name of the shop?
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QUOTE(Secruoser @ Jan 4 2016, 01:20 PM)
do you know the name of the shop?
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See Page One. I posted bill with name card.
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QUOTE(Secruoser @ Jan 4 2016, 01:20 PM)
do you know the name of the shop?
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But please shop around to find the fabrics that match what you have in mind and read the body language to decide which shop will give you the best customer service.
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I've been to MK Nilai 3 and get quoted RM8k for:

1. 85 mtrs day and night
2. 60 sqft blind
3. 200 ft double railing

What do you guys think?
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Nobody mentioned Tewah? Last time I check the price quite reasonable for not-so-simple curtain.
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QUOTE(alteclp @ Jan 4 2016, 10:14 PM)
I've been to MK Nilai 3 and get quoted RM8k for:

1. 85 mtrs day and night
2. 60 sqft blind
3. 200 ft double railing

What do you guys think?
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Considered cheap? That requirements can easily fetch over 10k...
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Considered cheap? That requirements can easily fetch over 10k...
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Really? I'm glad to hear that.

Forgot to mention, the railing is heavy duty one.

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Hi all,

We offer consultation and services at your door step to cater each customer’s specific needs and design. Established since 1994, there are many kinds of quality fabric at affordable price to cater for your curtain needs.
We provide consultation and service ranging from:
>Curtains and Blinds
>Interior Furnishing fabrics
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Any recommendation of curtain seller with good price?

I'm looking for 3 meter TALL curtains. Went to IKEA and they only sell up to 2.4 meter. Went to a few local shops but their price is ridiculous. I'm not looking for anything fancy just clean cut, plain-colored curtains.
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Hi, we specialized in custom made curtains & also supply and install curtain tracks, simple and easy, we can do for you with affordable price.
You can check out our facebook page for photos of houses that we have done before.
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Hi there, go to Nilai 3, that is a curtain town where you can find tonnes of it from cheap one to expensive one. One of my favourite one is MK curtain, they have almost everything u need from cheap to imports one.

Also, i am part of a large network of Interior Designers where we are given additional discount (on top of the discount given to walk in customer) when buying from MK (additional 5-20%). Because our network boss and MK curtain boss is good friend smile.gif

If you interested in joining such network, please do register yourself in the topic which i had already posted, its a preview to joining and it is FREE to attend the preview.

Simple, just attend the preview for free, if don't like it, just walk away, no obligation smile.gif

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https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/3858027

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Just to share my experience curtain shopping at Baagus:

Dropped by Baagus (Kota Damansara) the weekend of 15 Jul. Came prepared with window measurements of my entire house. For the record, my house is a 2.5 storey end lot. Meaning that my order, if i engage their service, would have been a decent size order.

Was 'attended' to by the only employee there - her name is Whylie Seak and that she is the manager.

Throughout the entire process of me and my husband browsing the store, her attitude was 'bo chap'. Only responds when questions are asked. My husbands muttered to me - man, she sure is switched off.

Overall, attitude not the most welcoming. For example, i asked if they could provide samples so that i can bring back to match against my walls. Her response was 'Cannot, if we cut samples for every customer, my fabric will look like beggar cloth'. I'm thinking there could be a more tactful way of putting it across to the customers that you don't provide samples.

Anyway, i continued with my fabric selection. My thinking was, i was already there, if i find fabrics that suits my need, just go ahead to get a quote and see if it fits my budget. Only expect the staff to do her job and provide me with a quotation.

I only did a detail check on the quotation when i was home and immediately noticed that the quotation was 'off':

Lliving room has a 3 panel sliding door + 2 panel side window = $1,368.
2nd floor common area has a 3 panel window = $1,566
*Both using the same material

Logic tells me that the smaller area cannot be more expensive than the larger area.

So, i texted Whylie to enquire whether she quoted correctly. Her reply was 'oh, she forgot to quote for the side windows'. No offer to re-quote to include the side windows (my house is an end lot). I had to prod her, telling her please re-quote to include the side windows.

She said she would get back to me but its been a week and no response.

I shudder to think how shitty the customer and after sales service will be.

Better think twice if you are shopping for curtains
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post Jul 31 2018, 04:52 PM

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QUOTE(mrstohchu @ Jul 30 2018, 07:01 PM)
Just to share my experience curtain shopping at Baagus:

Dropped by Baagus (Kota Damansara) the weekend of 15 Jul. Came prepared with window measurements of my entire house. For the record, my house is a 2.5 storey end lot. Meaning that my order, if i engage their service, would have been a decent size order.

Was 'attended' to by the only employee there - her name is Whylie Seak and that she is the manager.

Throughout the entire process of me and my husband browsing the store, her attitude was 'bo chap'. Only responds when questions are asked. My husbands muttered to me - man, she sure is switched off.

Overall, attitude not the most welcoming.  For example, i asked if they could provide samples so that i can bring back to match against my walls. Her response was 'Cannot, if we cut samples for every customer, my fabric will look like beggar cloth'. I'm thinking there could be a more tactful way of putting it across to the customers that you don't provide samples.

Anyway, i continued with my fabric selection. My thinking was, i was already there, if i find fabrics that suits my need, just go ahead to get a quote and see if it fits my budget. Only expect the staff to do her job and provide me with a quotation.

I only did a detail check on the quotation when i was home and immediately noticed that the quotation was 'off':

Lliving room has a 3 panel sliding door + 2 panel side window = $1,368.
2nd floor common area has a 3 panel window = $1,566
*Both using the same material

Logic tells me that the smaller area cannot be more expensive than the larger area.

So, i texted Whylie to enquire whether she quoted correctly. Her reply was 'oh, she forgot to quote for the side windows'. No offer to re-quote to include the side windows (my house is an end lot). I had to prod her, telling her please re-quote to include the side windows.

She said she would get back to me but its been a week and no response.

I shudder to think how shitty the customer and after sales service will be.

Better think twice if you are shopping for curtains
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baagus business is so good hence the expensive price and shitty service. so far my neighbors are happy with the outcome from baagus though, then again its much more expensive than others. I opted for Mezzo curtain house after some survey, did some wall paper from them as well. In my opinion quite reasonably priced at 2k+ for a 1000sf condo (2 rooms + balcony, full height curtain). My neighbor got a 4k quote from baagus.

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QUOTE(EdEd @ Jul 31 2018, 04:52 PM)
baagus business is so good hence the expensive price and shitty service. so far my neighbors are happy with the outcome from baagus though, then again its much more expensive than others. I opted for Mezzo curtain house after some survey, did some wall paper from them as well. In my opinion quite reasonably priced at 2k+ for a 1000sf condo (2 rooms +  balcony, full height curtain). My neighbor got a 4k quote from baagus.
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Thanks for the feedback. I will check out Mezzo. Checked out curtain place, their customer service is good but I am on the fence about the fabric available though... Just didn't find a curtain fabric in a style I 100% loved.


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Is there any suggestion how to salvage our existing curtains when moving into new house?
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QUOTE(mrstohchu @ Aug 7 2018, 02:29 PM)
Thanks for the feedback. I will check out Mezzo. Checked out curtain place, their customer service is good but I am on the fence about the fabric available though... Just didn't find a curtain fabric in a style I 100% loved.
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How is the Mezzo experience ?
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Any recommended curtain shops? Anyone here hv experienced with Beverly Curtains?
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post Jul 10 2019, 10:25 AM

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QUOTE(kaichiat82 @ Dec 31 2015, 04:27 PM)
we run a family business focus on customize curtain, blinds, curtain reil and wooden rods installation. qe import our own choice of fabric, from china of course, not relying on local supplier.

my younger sister is based in bentung and KL, you may pm if you need advise and discussion. she can arrange for meet up and free consultation

i am managing two out of three of our retail store, located in sungai besar selangor.

sorry if it violate forum rules for advertising here. for those interested may pm

thanks

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Hi Sir, can pm me , interested
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bought mine from spotlight ikano..quite expensive but luckily that time have promo
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post Jul 10 2019, 01:23 PM

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as easy as asking where to pump petrol.
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I just bought mine from taobao, less than RM300 for 3 meter width and material also not bad but need to do own measurement.


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QUOTE(yy714 @ Jul 10 2019, 01:39 PM)
I just bought mine from taobao, less than RM300 for 3 meter width and material also not bad but need to do own measurement.
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Hi yy714,

Meaning railing you have done it your own?
Any good recommendation of railing installer?

Regards
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Hello everyone.

Me and my family are travelling to KL next month for a holiday and would like to get curtains made for our home in London. We are only there for 5 days and need tailor made curtains for two very large windows.

Obviously good quality material with good workmanship.

And has to be be within a reasonable price.

We are staying near Berjaya Times Square and can get a taxi if need be.

Your guidance and suggestions would be much appreciated.

Taj.
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QUOTE(TajUK @ Sep 20 2019, 10:16 PM)
Hello everyone.

Me and my family are travelling to KL next month for a holiday and would like to get curtains made for our home in London. We are only there for 5 days and need tailor made curtains for two very large windows.

Obviously good quality material with good workmanship.

And has to be be within a reasonable price.

We are staying near Berjaya Times Square and can get a taxi if need be.

Your guidance and suggestions would be much appreciated.

Taj.
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If I were you I would look for online seller here whom I could get some advice while still in overseas. E.g. https://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopic=4287132.

 

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