Which Heading Style Should I Choose?

Triple Pinch Pleated Curtains

Triple pinch pleated heading style is considered the most popular and traditional style. In this, the three pleats are sewn together/pinched 4’’ from the top of the buckram stiffener, allowing the folds of the fabric to flow below and create an elegant look. If you have a traditional or formal setting, then opt for Double Pinch Pleated Curtains.

Grommet / Eyelet Curtains

If you looking to give your space a modern, minimalist or contemporary look , opt for the Grommet/ Eyelet heading style. They work best for the functional windows or doors like sliding doors where we want to open and close the curtains quite often. In this heading style, Grommets/Rings are used to support the panels. These curtains have a minimal stack back so they are excellent for narrow windows too.

Double Pinch Pleated Curtains

Double pinch pleated heading style is considered the most popular and traditional style . In this , the two pleats are sewn together/pinched 4’’from the top of the buckram stiffener, allowing the folds of the fabric to flow below and create an elegant look. If you have a traditional or formal setting, then opt for Double Pinch Pleated Curtains.

Rod Pocket Curtains

They are the most basic curtain style with a sewn-in rod pocket at the top of each curtain panel. They are also known as pole top or casement curtains and are a classy way to hang drapery. Panels bunch in gathers on a rod for a soft look and clean lines. They are recommended for the windows which are less operational as the fabric doesn’t slide easily along the pole.

Rod Pocket with Header Frill Curtains

They are the most basic curtain style with a sewn-in rod pocket at the top of each curtain panel. They are also known as pole top or casement curtains and are a classy way to hang drapery. Panels bunch in gathers on a rod for a soft look and clean lines . It has a 1.5’’ header on the top of the pole to give a feminine look to your living space. They are recommended for the windows which are less operational as the fabric doesn’t slide easily along the pole.

Tab Top Curtains

To give your space a Rustic or Farmhouse look, opt for the Tab Top Heading Style. They are known as Tab Top because they have tabs/loops at the top edge/head of the curtain. The tabs/loops are usually 4’’ long. These curtains have a very casual and relaxed feel as they hang flat from these tabs. This heading style works best if you want to bring in some bold pattern to the casual room. We suggest that you pick a decorative pole/rod as the rod is visible between tabs.

Back Tab Curtains

Back tap curtains also known as hidden tab curtains have tabs or loops sewn onto the back of the curtain header. The rod slips through the rod so neither is visible from the front. This gives the illusion of the curtain floating in the space. Pick this heading style for less functional windows as the fabric sits on the rod which makes difficult for the tabs to open and close.

Euro Double Pinch Pleated Curtains

Euro double pinch pleated curtains or tailored pleated curtains create a sleek header that controls the fullness. It is very similar to the traditional double pinch pleated drapes . The only difference is that in these drapes the two pleats are sewn together at the top of the buckram stiffener instead of few inches down. To create a relaxing and inviting space, opt for these modern and contemporary looking heading style .

Euro Triple Pinch Pleated Curtains

Euro triple pinch pleated drapes or tailored pleated drapes create a sleek header that controls the fullness. It is very similar to the traditional triple pinch pleated drapes . The only difference is that in these drapes the three pleats are sewn together at the top of the buckram stiffener instead of few inches down. To create a relaxing and inviting space, opt for these modern and contemporary looking heading style .

Inverted Box Pleated Curtains

To transform your space into a contemporary and crisp look, opt for Inverted box pleated Curtains . They have the fullness of the pleat on the back of the curtain which creates a flat face. They are often picked as stationary panels or for decorative purposes.

Pencil Pleated Curtains

This is one of the most versatile curtain heading styles. As the name suggests, the pleats of the curtains look like pencils in a row on the top. You can use pencil pleated curtains on both track as well as pole/rod. This heading style gives a very traditional feel to the space. This suits well for classic interior styles, cottages or older properties.

Flat Panel Top

This heading style works with almost any decor style – Traditional, Country or Modern! They can be hanged on both track with gliders as well as pole with rings/clips. The round pleats on the header gives a very dramatic look to the living space.