PENCIL PLEAT & EYELET

A popular and simple heading with pleats the size of pencils.
Eyelet curtains are ideal for a contemporary look particularly in a bold fabric.



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HAND PINCH PLEAT

Beautifully made, this heading adds luxury and elegance to any room. The hand pinch pleat can be pleated into two or thee pleats then hand stitched in place. It can be finished with a contrast button and look great dressed on a pole or on a track for a uniformed stack back.



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GOBLET PLEAT

These are a great alternative to a hand pinch pleat but add a rich, sumptuous look to your window and are best displayed from a decorative pole. The pleat is made into goblet or champagne glass and hand sewn in place at uniform intervals.



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SWAGS & TAILS

A charming way to dress a window to create impact and elegance to your room. The swags consist of overlapping folds of fabric dressed in a half circle with matching pleated tails at each end lined in a contrast fabric. They can look simple in linen or silk. Or for a more dramatic look, use a heavier fabric trimmed with fringe or beading.



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PELMETS & VALANCES

Upholstered pelmets add an instant style to your window and disguise your track when needed. They can be made to any shape or size, with the lower edge left plain or decorated with contrast piping or fringing. Valances are a softer alternative to a pelmet and can be made with a variety of headings as for curtains


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