• Stock from St Albans showroom
    Long and fabulous curtains ready to go!
  • Pre-loved curtains in the St Albans showroom
    Thrilled with these gorgeous curtains. Brilliant service. Thank you Sandra T March 2019
  • Divinely Vintage
    A little piece of vintage heaven online

Hello and welcome to the wonderful world of Pre-Loved Curtains!

Divinely Vintage sells secondhand/pre-loved/pre-owned curtains on a 50/50 commission basis for clients from our main barn showroom just outside St Albans (see Contact Us Page for details) and another up at Stamford, Lincolnshire, through our Shop on this website, eBay, Facebook and Instagram Some curtains are completely perfect and some have 'issues' but all of them deserve to be re-loved in another setting. 

In the last year we have sent curtains all over the world as well as throughout the UK so if you would like us to sell your pre-loved curtains just click on the following link to see how our selling process could work for you >>>> How to sell your second-hand/pre-loved curtains through Divinely Vintage. <<<<

Any pair of curtains you buy from us can be returned within 30 days if you're not satisfied in any way. See The Shop for more details!!


Are you looking for Curtains?

If you are looking for curtains in our Online Shop and can't see what you want just either ring us on one of the two numbers below or use our Contact Us Form  to send us details of your requirements and we'll get back to you as quick as we can and send you pictures and sizes / condition of other curtains we have in stock. Please don't forget to include your phone number and name with your message!


Are we any good at our business?

Really this means do we do a good job for our clients?? - Feel free to take a look at our Reviews and Testimonials page, brickbats, warts and all!!


RECENT HOT NEWS!!

Recently in for a couple of days - four staggeringly beautiful very long very old antique silk curtain panels, made circa 1875, and originally hung in a lovely Spanish Palace just outside Madrid until the Palace was looted during the siege of Madrid in the latter stages of the Spanish Civil War in 1937-8. They were bought by their current owners from a Spanish Antique dealer in the Restro Antique Market in Madrid 25 years ago....AND WE HAD THEM FOR LESS THAN 72 HOURS AND THEN THEY WERE ALL SNAPPED UP BY A REGULAR CLIENT OF OURS!!