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Pleating Styles

Triple pinch pleating gives your curtains a full, traditional look. This pleat is formed by “pinching” the curtains fabric together at the top in groups of three, giving an excellent structure to the drape of your curtain.

This is our most commonly used pleating style. The triple pinch pleat lends an air of old school quality and grandness, and looks great in many homes, especially those with large rooms or high ceilings.

Double pinch pleats are the same as the triple pinch pleat, but instead of being pinched in groups of three, there are only two pinches in each grouping.

This means the curtain is less full, or flatter, which can work very well in smaller rooms and windows. This can also be more cost effective than the triple, as less fabric is required to make up the curtain.

Pencil pleating is a simple, easy pleating style that creates many small waves in the heading of your curtains. This style of pleating gives a minimal fullness and suits a simple décor in both modern and traditional houses.

Reverse pleating shifts the structure of the pleat to the rear of the curtains, rather than the front as is more common (see triple or double pinch pleating for an example).

Curtains made with reverse pleats have a flat look at the front of the heading tape, which has attracted the interest of our customers in more modern homes, as this often looks fantastic in streamlined or minimalist settings.

Box pleats are very similar to reverse pleats, except instead of the pleat pointing backwards, it is sewn down flat against the pleating area. This can be great for installation into areas with minimal space for the track, as this pleat takes up little depth.

Knife pleats create a very full curtains – one of the fullest possible. This means there is a lot of material in the curtains, which can give a very strong softening effect.

This pleat is popular among some of our customers who have selected this pleat for their sheer curtains. Sheers made up with knife pleat, being fuller, offer a little more privacy than other pleats. Also, a very full sheer can have a lovely softening effect on sunlight coming in through the window, making your room feel cosier and more comfortable.

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