About Elephant Lane

Elephant Lane, formally known as Curtains by Emma Jane, was founded towards the end of 2013 following a difficult 2 years juggling a large family with a demanding job and the youngest child being registered as severely visually impaired/blind due to a genetic condition.

After much consideration it was decided that I would leave my job and work from home doing what I love! So, following professional training, Curtains by Emma Jane was founded.

The first 2 years proved very busy and much time was spent selecting suitable fabric sample books to start my library of samples, as well as lots of marketing and building my lovely client base.

By the third year keeping the business home based was proving impossible. I needed more space for a larger table, lots more storage for my ever-growing library of fabric books and hangers and not forgetting my pole sample displays! I began the search for business premises and finally regained my home. This was the perfect opportunity to rebrand the business in keeping with what it now had on offer to the public. And so Curtains by Emma Jane became Elephant Lane.

Due to continued growth and success of the business I was soon on the move again to larger premises. This has allowed me to offer a much wider variety of services and products. Not only do I offer hand finished curtains, blinds and soft furnishings to a professional standard, you can now buy that perfect birthday present for that special friend or treat yourself to something nice just because you are you. I am also now able to offer many workshops giving you the opportunity to learn a new skill. Elephant Lane is an official stockist of Frenchic Furniture Paint, DCUK Ducks and Sophie Allport amongst others.

I take pride in my work and all home furnishings are made bespoke to your exact requirements. I offer advice and will be on hand from the first contact until your soft furnishings are fitted. I even offer a professional fitting service if required. I will also carry out alterations.


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