Officially Royal

The predicate was handed over by King's Commissioner Arno Brok. The crown we receive puts a literal crown on our work. We are proud of our company and leading in the market. In recent years, we have grown into a major European player; this predicate means a lot to us.

What does the Royal designation bring to this Leeuwarden company? First of all, we are proud of our team. Getting this predicate underlines that. We operate in an international market, the term 'royal' is appreciated there too. It shows that you are a reliable company with an impeccable reputation.

More than 100 years of craftsmanship

Founded in 1919, we now employ around 140 people every day. Over the years, we have become a European player in custom-made curtains. We have been a thriving company with strong international growth for many years. We highly value our solid Frisian roots and Dutch design.


A key condition for receiving the predicate is that the company must be at the forefront of the industry and have a healthy outlook for the future. We are known for value-added curtain fabrics and a sustainable approach. We have a wide range of insulating, flame-resistant, soundproof and blackout curtains. We then produce these curtains sustainably, for example using recycled yarn or printed in-house with our water-saving printing technology. That way, we are also working on the next 100 years!


For the Royal designation, a company must have existed for at least 100 years and be at the forefront of the industry. Its operations must be impeccable and its owners must be of impeccable conduct. Then the king decides. Receiving the predicate is a favour.