26,190 Pleated draperies Home Design Photos

Elad Gonen
1 Review
the best place to find drapes like these? I'm looking for sheer inverted pleat curtain. I
Most custom drapery workrooms can fabricate these with your choice of fabric and to the size
Like the curtain rods Inverted box pleats
for the most part, inverted box pleats are a great trick to giving draperies a more masculine or gender-neutral feel. When closed, they have a super tailored
The inverted box pleat is the go-to style used by one of my favorite interior designers, Betsy Burnham. Sure, this particular space is feminine, but for
“Draperies” — pdushek
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Kenmore Master Bedroom B
The drapery fabric is a silk from Osborne & Little.
How to hang pinch-pleated drapes. The key to great looking pinch-pleated drapery panels is to make sure they're pinned and hung correctly. If you have
professional install them. The pin hooks should be pushed in right next to each pleat without pushing the pin through the front of your drapes. Often the pin hook
the drape. This way it hangs well and opens and closes properly. The pinch pleat on this drape is done well and has a very elegant vibe to it.
“Vent in design” — Piersol Homes
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
45 Reviews
Light saturated living room
We used Fabricut - Belfast fabric for the draperies.
Avenue, I'd go traditional and elegant sticking with lined, pinch-pleated draperies in a solid, neutral-but-not-boring, organic fabric such as linen or
pinch-pleated drapes. Taking proper measurements is important when ordering drapes to cover your entire window (see Measuring For Pinch Pleated Drapes)
Drapes) because pinch pleated drapes are not adjustable and are really based on your window measurements. When fabric is pinch pleated it gets bulkier, so
The term "draperies" is usually used for lined or backed curtains with a fuller and heavier feel. Most draperies also fall all the way to
“Windows on three sides” — skseleven
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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Annette English
Colonial Revival
Where can I purchase (instead of having them made) this type of pinch pleated drapes?
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.
french pleat curtains; panel at top
“Green and cream” — rebekahhawks
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Master Bedroom
traverse rod for draperies. No visible rings
Traverse rods contain plastic carriers with holes to suspend pleated draperies, and the draperies are attached with pin hooks. They can be drawn open or closed
silk draperies, headboard, colors...Drapery rod height...Wood with drapery
“Painting” — lanac
GM Construction, Inc.
1 Review
Kanae Lot 1
the fabric. Most drapery varies and has a fullness of 50 to 200 percent, but 100 percent is most common.These pinch-pleat drapery panels have a pretty,
no waves. For drapery panels with 100 percent fullness, the fabric width is halved by equal ratios of forward and backward waves or pleats created in the
more formal look and are less full to emphasize the pleats.
“Four poster” — susyteh
Debbie Basnett, Vintage Scout Interiors
3 Reviews
Western Springs Living Room
These are custom draperies available through my studio.
Pinch-pleated drapery panels, an aged leather club chair and tailored sectional lean toward
Drapery placement in living room
“Tentures et poles” — Cécile Laroche
Elizabeth Brosnan Hourihan Interiors
Selkirk Ledge
that can go either masculine or feminine, but scalloped bedding, pinch-pleat drapery tops, tasseled pillows and graceful patterns plant it firmly in the latter
Vicki: draperies and coverlet
“panel on wall on left wall” — yamanaka1
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