A Northwich retailer has delivered a made to measure service for one of Cheshire’s fastest growing companies.

Curtain Magic, situated on the High Street near to the Bull Ring, has provided curtains and blinds for 32 By The Hollies in Tarporley, a boutique hotel which is owned by The Hollies Farm Shop.

Curtain Magic owner Gaynor Sinar was thrilled that they were approached to undertake the work and it isn’t the first time that The Hollies have utilised the Northwich business for products.

“We were delighted to be involved in such a prestigious project. The Hollies Farm Shop has gone from strength to strength in recent years and the family has excellent values investing in the local economy and striving for high standards.

“We’ve worked on smaller projects for The Hollies before, helping with their holiday lodges, and more recently their gorgeous Hotel Muckrach near Perth in Scotland supplying curtains and poles, as well as upholstery for their new taster bar within The Hollies Farm Shop and chairs in 59 @ The Hollies, their restaurant.”

However despite the project being completed on time it wasn’t all plain sailing, as Gaynor has revealed.

“We started on the project in June and completed on the 16th July when they actually had a guest staying in the hotel that evening.

“It was all hands on deck but it was alright on the night, and since then we have even had another order for several more blinds as we found out where the sun came round and where they were needed.”

The Hollies are just one of a number of high profile clients in Curtain Magic’s portfolio which is testament to the quality of their services.

“We have previously done curtains for the West End Stage, sports personalities and recording artists,” said Gaynor.

“We also undertook one project for Her Majesty The Queen but are still waiting for our invite to Buckingham Palace.” For more information about Curtain Magic, their products and services, make sure you check out their website.