Our draperies are made above and beyond industry standards using only the highest quality raw materials. Pleated drapery styles feature traditional stiffening in the headers that allows them to be shaped into neat, crisp pleats. Our draperies are finished by hand with double-turned, blind-stitched hems and weighted corners for perfect draping. Handcrafted in the USA.
  • We offer 10 different styles
  • ¬†Designer fabrics
  • Multiple lining options available.
  • Custom made stationery panels
  • Patterns impeccably matched
  • Weighted at all seams and corners
  • Blind-stitched hems (minimizes stitching on the front of the drapes)

 

Two-Fingers Pleat
The Two-Finger Pinch Pleat style provides even spacing to control the fullness of the draperies. This style uses a stable woven stiffener to allow uniquely gathered pleats to form and retain their shape. Two pleats are sewn together at the bottom of the pleat. The Two-Finger, bar-tacked pleats create a visually interesting "X" shape on the header. Tacked halfway up the header Stationary Panel.             

 

 

Pinch Pleated Panels 

Pinch pleat curtains are a highly decorative heading, drawing together lots of fabric into a tightly gathered and stitched bunch at the top. The three finger pinch pleats create a stylish pleat tacked 1 1/2 inches above the header.                                                                          

 Goblet pleated curtains

Goblet pleated curtains (or cartridge pleats) are more suited for traditional properties. Quite unique and made using cylindrical shaped pleats. The curtain falls nicely as the pleats are strictly due to the pleats It’s an eye-catching heading and certainly not as common as other choices. Blackout or interlined curtains provide excellent folds

 The rod pocket curtains also called the pole top curtains, have a pocket along with their top edge. This pocket may be a single stitched fold or, more often, the top is folded to provide for two horizontal lines of stitching, forming a pocket at the desired width an inch or several inches below the top of the curtain.

       

                   

Grommet Curtains 

Grommet curtains are sometimes called ringed panels. This has rings attached to the top of the fabric panel or punched into the fabric along the top edge.

 

Euro Pleats   

Euro Pleats are also called Top tack pleats, Brisby pleats or Parisian pleats. Euro pleats are a modern take on traditional pinch pleats: much like pinch pleats in fullness and gather, but with a more casual bearing.

 

  Inverted pleats

Inverted pleats are a type of pleat that is sewn inside out. They create a smooth, flat surface on the front side of the fabric and can be used to make skirts, pants, or other garments. The most common way to sew an inverted pleat is by folding it back onto itself so that one edge will overlap with and cover the raw edge of another piece of fabric.

 

Flat Top Curtains,

Flat Top Curtains are also known as European cuffed drapes and are hung from rings. These curtains provide a relaxed and casual look. You will be able to open and close these curtains with ease. The flat top style is created by hemming the top of the curtain with a light stiffening fabric that gives the curtain a tailored look. The curtain is attached to the rings of the rod with drapery pin hooks or clip rings which can be placed at intervals allowing the curtain to softly cup between the rings. This curtain comes standard without rings or pins.

Tab top curtains
The top of the panel is outfitted with a row of fabric tabs, or loops, at consistent intervals. The curtain rod is inserted into the loops, which the panel will hang flat. This drapery style is a wonderful way to display unique fabric prints and patterns.