CURTAINS


 


 

 

WAVE

 

The wave pleat is a really modern way to style your curtain. A transparent wave band is stitched to the top of the fabric.

 

The runners are held by a rope at a fixed distance which creates regular waves in the curtains and makes it possible to open it by pulling the rope. This method can be used on any type of curtain fabric.

 

The wave pleat is the perfect solution for large and/or tall windows. Finish off your curtain with an electric controller with a remote for easier operation.

 

ADVANTAGES OF A WAVE CURTAIN

  • Very similar style to eyelet rings
  • Always very symmetrical
  • Can be used with any conventional rail
  • Ideal for a rail with cord controls for opening and closing
  • Easy to install

MEASUREMENT INSTRUCTIONS

  • Hang the rail rod first
  • Height: underside of the rail to the ground - 2 cm, to the windowsill -1 cm
  • Width: exactly the width of the rail

 

 

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PLEAT

 

SINGLE PLEAT

With a single pleat you choose for a minimal creasing for your window, and therefore the curtains take up little space when they are open. This fold is the most budgetary option and can be used for any type of curtain fabric.

This pleat is at its best in a modern interior.

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DOUBLE PLEAT

A double fold, also called the butterfly pleat, can be used for any type of curtain material. The curtain looks voluminous and gives deeper folds compared to a single fold.

DISCOVER THE DOUBLE PLEAT

 

TRIPLE PLEAT

There is significantly more fabric needed in the triple pleat curtain compared with the single or double fold but this makes the curtain fall perfectly in the pleats.

The confection method is well suited for thinner fabrics.

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DOUBLE PLEAT WITH RETURN

A curtain finished with a return fold has a clean appearance, because of the alternation between a pleat at the front side with a fold at the rear. The curtain folds up like an accordion so that the 'package' would be more compact.

The single or triple pleat can also be combined with a return fold.

DISCOVER THE DOUBLE PLEAT WITH RETURN

 

FLAT PLEAT

The flat fold is stitched so that the fabric lays flat. As a result, there is no gap between the folds, so that the curtain cannot be opened and closed. This method of folding is only applied to curtains and inbetweens. In this fold, three layers of fabric are created over each other so that there is a nice pleat at the bottom. This curtain is made exclusively with a hook and cannot be made with an adjustable microflex hook.

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LOOP

 

LOOP CURTAINS UNPLEATED

Loop curtains without fold are not finished with a fleece band. The back of the curtains is stitched so that it ensures that the fabric can slide smoothly on the rod. The height of the curtain includes the loops.

Standard dimensions of the loop: 10 cm high x 6 cm wide. Standard spacing between two loops is 10 to 12 cm.

 

LOOP CURTAIN WITH FLAT PLEAT

Loops which are stitched in a flat pleat make for a more uniform fold and are very decorative. The curtain is provided with flat folds at the top. These curtains are quite difficult to slide open and often serve as an ornamental decoration.

 

 

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EYELET RINGS

 

A popular alternative to the traditional methods of hanging curtains, is the use of eyelet rings. Curtains with rings always fall perfectly because of the beautiful back and forth motion.

 

The larger the ring, the bigger the effect. We recommend to use an even number of rings for each curtain.

 

 

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