Essential textiles for the inner curtains of theatres and community centres and event venues!
You can choose how special you’d like the decoration textile to be!
Would you like to use them for cracks, uneven surfaces, irregular wall plane, asymmetry, stains, discoloration, or a temporary change in the interior?
The decorative materials bring colour and vibrance into theatre and stage spaces, helping to create a unique environment!
Make your ideas come true
Gerriets  textiles and curtains provide a creative and affordable solutions to cover even larger wall surfaces if necessary. This trick gives a bit of playfulness to the room at the same time, since it gives the impression that the room has another window.
For an elegant look we suggest a long – from the ceiling to the floor –curtain!
Download the catalogue to know your possibilities!
We provide information on warranty conditions at the time of sale / purchase of the decorative textile. The textile can be purchased in meters or sewn to size.
All of our decorative textiles are exclusively B1 flame-retardant materials that fit the unique requirements of stage and event technology well.
These products resist stains, are easy to install, as well as customizable per request in our own tailor workshop.
 Gerriets is a constantly growing company, present in 19 countries with its subsidiaries and distributors. Since its establishment in 1946 Gerriets became a professional company serving stage, event, and exhibition needs.
Its activity branches out to every area: production of curtains, sheeting, scenic materials, ultrawide textiles, horizontal fabrics, decorative fabrics, stage velvets, effect materials, stage equipment, for example curtain-moving rail systems.
On behalf of the partner, we had to equip the BETON FOTO&VIDEO studio with curtains that allow the studio to perform several functions: It had to be suitable for shooting and photography tasks alike.Project details
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