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Tobi Fairley Interior Design
while the French pleat is tacked only at the top …
… while the French pleat is tacked only at the top
… while the French pleat is tacked only at the top …
y masculine patterns and textures: plaid, flannel and formal pleats.
A plain, pleated curtain hung behind the headboard gives this low-ceilinged room
Like the look of the French pleat
Where can I purchase (instead of having them made) this type of pinch pleated drapes?
draperies, french pleat with banding at the top
Double pleat, up and coming style, cleaner look and materials drape better
The French pleat drapery. Another way to get the look is to do the pinching on the top of the fabric so the 'V' looks upside down, and the fabric flows
flows out from there. This is technically called a French pleat (a.k.a Parisian), but it is still a pinched look. The folds are stacked tighter.
Susan Glick Interiors
Modern Classic Interiors
distract from, the architecture. The drapes here are finely ribbed and French pleated. The window treatment hardware is nickel. Painting: Kerri Rosenthal;
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showing detail of pleats on rings and drapery rod. We call this a triple tuck pinch pleat, but most pleats have more than one name. The pleat is pinched at
at the top rather than further down like a traditional pinch pleat.
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SIMPLE SILK PANEL WITH SMALL PATTERN FRENCH PLEAT ON TRAVERSE ROD
Two-finger pinch pleats. This pinch pleat uses less fabric than other pinch pleats so it gives a more contemporary look. Two pleats are pinched together
in a tailored fashion. FYI: There are also four- and five-finger pinched pleats that look like mini fans at the top of the drape and is very full looking
Pinch pleat in middle of pinch
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
Is that a fan pleat in the window treatments?
pinch pleat at the top, with rings on a oversized rod.
Measuring for pinch-pleated drapes. Pinch-pleated drapes are an investment because in most cases they are made to fit your window or doorway exactly.
adjustable. When measuring to see how much fabric you need for a pinch-pleated drape, you need to know if your drape will be functional (opening and closing)
stationary (used just for looks). Also think about the length of your pinch-pleated drape:Right above the floor (positioned 1/2" off the floor for more traditional
for stationary panels (a.k.a. ‘puddle’ length).If you are getting pinch pleated drapes through your local custom window treatment store, the professional
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
curtains - don't like pleat though
french pleat...Traverse Sheers with French Pleats...Sheer pleated floor to ceiling...reverse pinch pleat
Jeffers Design Group
Urban Living - Pacific Heights
what pleats are these? if french pleats then they all look different
3 finger pleat...French pleat drapes...pinch pleat