What is a French pleat drapery?

What is a French pleat drapery?

The French pleat is a classic drapery heading also known as the three-finger pleat. According to the Home By Eva website, the French pleat creates a sleek header for a curtain that controls fullness while allowing the curtain full functionality.

What is a Flemish pleat?

Flemish pleat The flemish pleat has constant folds of fabric that keep the flow down the length of the drape. Pleat fingers are inverted and flow back instead of forward. Also known as an inverted pleat, reverse pleat, or tack roll pleat.

What is a Dutch Pleat?

DUTCH PLEAT CURTAIN HEADING Dutch pleat curtains have a double pinch pleat secured at even intervals along the heading. This has a similar look to the New York pleat but with more fullness. They are made to a fixed width to perfectly fit your curtain track or rod so are only available made custom for you.

Are pleated drapes out of style?

Pleated panels are a classic style of drapery and so never really go out of fashion, although their popularity rises and falls with current trends. They look quite formal, so work best with formal or traditional decorating styles.

What are the different types of pleated drapes?

Drapery Pleat Styles

  • Flat Drapery Pleat. The Flat Drapery Pleat is the simplest pleat style.
  • French Drapery Pleat (also Known as a “Pinch Pleat”)
  • Parisian Drapery Pleat.
  • Cartridge Drapery Pleat.
  • Inverted Pleat.
  • 8-Inch Inverted Drapery Pleat.
  • Grommet Pleat.
  • Rod-Pocket.

How do professionals hang curtains?

How To Hang a Curtain Like A Pro

  1. Hang them high. Especially in rooms with low ceilings, be sure to hang your curtain rod as high as possible.
  2. Hang them wide.
  3. Hang them in the right length.
  4. Hang the right amount of panels.
  5. Hang the right style of panel.

What is the most modern curtain pleat?

Parisian Pleat-a twist on the traditional French pleat, the Parisian pleat offers the same ease and structure of the French pleat with a slight modern twist. This pleat is recommended for modern or transitional spaces and is a favorite of our designers.

What is an Austrian curtain?

The Austrian curtain or drape, also called a puff curtain, has multiple vertical lines (typically nylon) spaced evenly across the width of the fabric, which typically is a thin satin, charmeuse, or chiffon material that bunches well.

Which curtain pleat uses the least fabric?

Eyelet Pleat Eyelet curtains have metal eyelets that are evenly spaced across the top of the curtain. Because the eyelets are evenly spaced, the curtains hang in nice soft loose folds. Curtains with this heading type require less fabric fullness and therefore stack back to a minimal space.

How much fabric do I need for French pleat curtains?

Multiply the panel cut length by the panels per side. This results in the number of inches of fabric required for each half of the curtains. Multiply this figure by 2, and divide by 36 for the result of the number of yards of fabric required for the curtains.

What does a Euro pleat look like?

When a pleat is made by making two folds at the top of the hem, it is called Euro double pinch pleats. The pleats appear like an inverted V. The controlled gather lends a more contemporary look making it a strong candidate for modern house designs.

What is a proscenium curtain?

The Proscenium Curtain, also called Front or Main Curtain, is used as a sight and sound barrier between the audience and stage. As the focus point for the audience before a performance, the proscenium curtain also serves as an important design element.