Window treatments are the essential part of your home styling and can change the look of any room through fabric selection, accessories and other trimmings and detail. As well as the various styles of window drapes, there are several headings to choose from, enhancing the final look.
Pinch pleating is the most common heading style used today. Pinch pleated drapes when drawn will conceal any tracking or rods and create regular folds in fabric.
This type of heading is available in double or triple and is evenly spaced along the heading.
Swags and Tails
Swags and Tails
For a more traditional setting, swags and tails frame windows like a work of art. This style emphasizes grace and symmetry requiring large amounts of soft fabric which is draped over the top of curtains in a semi circular shape so that material falls either side of the window into a tail or cascade.
Trims and fringing add to the look of swags. A beautiful sophisticated look, recreating classic styling of previous periods.
Generally pelmets are used to hide tracks or poles and create a more tailored finish to your window treatment. Pelmets are made from timber and are covered with fabric. Several shapes and designs are available to co-ordinate with your styling and detailing can be added with trims and other effects.
Eyelet curtains have quality metal eyelets along the heading, allowing curtain rods to pass through creating a wave effect.
Best used to enhance and highlight decorative curtain rods or as side drapes to dress windows, perhaps even using with a blind combination.