1,309 pinch pleat window treatments Products
Check patterns have long been popular for curtains, and the charming is ever-lasting. Together with the double pinch pleat, it is easy to give your room a different look.
Horizontal stripes look great banding the top of these pinch pleat draperies. The sewn on valance look gives top interest to regular panels.
Cartridge pleats on rings. Cartridge pleats have folds and fullness of a pinch pleat but gives an updated rounded silhouette. These are only 2-1/2" tall.
These are custom made drapery panels on decorative hardware. The hardware here is Curtains Up Hawaii finial, 1 3/8" diameter iron rod using the Ivory finish. Photo by Sam Eidt
These are custom made hand-traversing draperies with lead edge trim on decorative hardware. The shade on the left is a London Shade with trim at the hem. The drapery hardware is Paris Texas Hardware Somerset Collection, the finish is mottled gold and the end is finished with a Adelaide Finial.
These are custom made tie-back drapery panels on decorative hardware. The hardware here is Paris Texas Villiers Collection, the finish is noir and Finial is Eirwen. Photo by Sam Eidt
This photo shows a rather unusual looking style of pinch pleating, The pleats are wrapped with a shoe lace type matching fabric tie around pleat.
Pinch pleated side panels with cuff trimmed in wooden beads installed on iron rod with rings and wooden finials. The panels are installed over inside mounted woven wood shades.
Modified Kingston style valance lined with a color coordinated check fabric and solid colored welting, designed to waterfall over the upholstered cornice box. Pinch pleated draperies installed inside the box and puddled at the floor. The entire treatment is covering Hunter Douglas Silhouette shades...
An imperial valance was placed over pinch pleated draperies banned with the floral from the valance in this breakfast room. The panels are functional to give privacy and control light and warmth when needed.
Floor to ceiling, pinch pleated traversing draperies with contrasting banding at the bottom. The draperies are installed on Kirsch Architrac hardware.
Traversing pinch pleated draperies mounted beneath shaped flat panels tied to a decorative iron pole.
Stationary pinch pleated draperies installed on custom wrought iron hardware with rings meeting at the angled corner. The linen print fabric adds a touch of color to the room and frames the arched windows.
This pattern has a retro feel. Would look great with many different styles. Modern, cottage, kids, media. Put the red colorway on kitchen curtains--sure to bring a smile! This is a European header, also called top tack pinch pleat. Hanging on a wood rod with drapery rings.
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