Whether stuffed or unstuffed the single pleat curtain is a paired back, elegant handmade heading that works well with both curtain poles and tracks.
The depth of the pleat can be specified to your requirement.
Double and triple pleats are the ultimate in luxurious traditional curtains. Again the depth of the pleat can be specified for each installation.
Simple techniques like using a contrast heading fabric, perhaps matched to a contrast leading edge offer something a little bit special.
Eyelets are an excellent way to create a contemporary feel to your curtains. At curtain call we always use double fullness so that the eyelets do not sit flat on the pole when closed but maintain the folded shape. When pulled back eyelet curtains stack very tightly -- a perfect solution for very large windows
The wave curtain heading system has revolutionised the use of curtains in contemporary interiors. When you are faced with massive levels of glazing, the tight stack of the wave minimises the amount of glass covered when the curtains are drawn back but provides warmth and softness for these often-hard interiors.
The effect is similar to eyelet curtains with the added advantage that the wave can travel past brackets for long runs or curved windows.
Sheers have come a long way from the traditional net curtains and provide softness to a room without heaviness. Sheers can be made with more traditional pleated headings but also work extremely well with wave headings.
A large range of Trevira fabric provides glare control and privacy without the risk if fading.
It's not always possible to use curtain poles and to be honest, tracks are not always the most beautiful of things.
Fabric upholstered pelmets are the perfect way of hiding the tracks and really finishing off the look. In the curtains here we used different colourways of the same fabric to make up our own stripes with the fawn fabric on the padded pelmets.
And finally... there are some beautiful curtain tieback designs on the market today which help finish the dressing of your window. Pictured here are silk tassels, cords and Swarovski crystal.