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Drapery Styles & Pleats
http://www.sheilaswindowtoppers.com The Style of your drapery as well as the pleat style can be a focal point of the draperies. The type of pleat used can give the draperies a traditional look or a modern look. Drapery rods will also influence the finished look of your draperies. You can select from wood, metal or acrylic decorative rods. There are various sizes of rods and finials as well. If you plan on having full functioning drapes you will want a pleat style that allows your draperies to stack, but if they are only going to be decorative panels, the pleat styles are limitless.
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At Sheila's Window Toppers you will find the option of using a variety of pleats to give your draperies that unique look.
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You can also use an upholstered Cornice Box over side panels. Here a curved cornice box upholstered with silk has stationary silk panels under it and Pirouette Window Shadings within the windows.
Goblet Pleat with a 6" header is a traditional look for panels. These panels are hung from a Joanne 3" wood pole and finials.
Euro Pleat lends itself to a modern look.
Robert Allan fabric with a 6" Tube or Cartilage pleat offers a tailored look to panels.
Double Pencil Pleat
8" Double Pencil Pleat, another modern looking pleat to add to drapery headings.
Tube Pleat Panels and Silhouette Shades
Use the Tube Pleat on panels for a tailored looking pleat style.
Full Functioning Sheers on Decorative Rods
Full functioning sheers diffuse light and add softness to the room.
Silk Goblet Pleat Panels and chairs upholstered in Crushed Velvet.
Silk Panels lined and interlined with a 3" wood pole. 6" Goblet Pleat. Dining chairs upholstered in Maxwell Fabrics Velvet.
Pinch Pleated Lined Drapes on Decorative Rods
Traditional Pinch Pleat Maxwell Profuse Fabric.
Double Pencil Pleat
Double Pencil Pleat with 8" header- Maxwell Profuse fabric
Unique pleats with buttons in a contrasting fabric
X-Pleat with contrasting buttons
X-Pleat with Buttons
Tube Pleat on decorative panels/
Goblet Pleat Silk Drapery
6" Goblet Pleat Interlined Silk
Custom Grommet Drapes
Grommets in panels offer a modern look.
An 8" header with a two finger pinch pleat is an updated style for pinch pleated draperies.
Beautiful color and fabric transformed a kitchen nook into a warm and inviting area with Hunter Douglas Duette Honeycomb Shades and Grommet Drapery. by Sheila's Window Toppers.
Windsor Pleat 4" Header made by Sheila's Window Toppers on Crowfoot
Silk Drapes with 6" Goblet Pleat
Three finger pinch pleat for full functioning draperies.
The Euro pleat adds a modern look to pleated full functioning draperies and stacks back easily. Custom made draperies by Sheila's Window Toppers Crowfoot.
Custom draperies can add warmth, color and pattern to a room.
Stunning fabric adds a dramatic look to this Master Bedroom while also offering privacy, room darkening and heat control through the black out lining added to the drapery fabric.
Large prints are the trend on fabrics. Full draperies have become popular once again. Drapes should always be lined to protect the fabric from the sun.
Goblet Pleat silk panels
Double Windsor Pleat by Sheila's Window toppers Crowfoot, Calgary
Tube Pleat on Drapery panels by Sheila's Window Toppers, Calgary
Sheer Drapery panels
A beautiful fabric by Maxwell fabrics done in a wave drape
A wave drape on a traverse rod for ease of operation on a high window
A modern look for draperies, the wave drape