Pleat Styles

Curtain Pleat Styles

Curtain Pleat Styles

Both the design and composition of the fabric will be deciding factors for the pleat style. Check out the pleat style options below:

Single Pleat

A simplistic contemporary pleat which works well on large modern printed fabrics as it does not distract or compete with the feature of the print, as well as plains for a minimalist look. Suitable for use on either a track or rod.

Pencil Pleat

A casual soft look using evenly spaced gathered pleats. Suitable for all fabric types & can be used on either a track or rod

Inverted Pleat

A simple minimalist look. Suitable for the use on either plain or striped fabrics and must be fitted on a track rod or ring rod.

Dutch Pleat

The most popular pleat style a happy balance between the simplicity of a Single pleat and traditional look of a French Pleat. Suitable for all fabric types and can be used on either a track or a rod.

French Pleat

A traditional formal pleat. Can be used on a track or rod not suitable for heavy bulky fabrics.

Eyelets

A minimalistic and contemporary styled heading. Metal eyelets are punched into the fabric for a rod to pass through. Eyelet drapes can only be used with rods and cannot be drawn past a bracket. It is recommended to only use the Eyelet heading on a rod with a maximum width of 2 meters. ​