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valance with a box pleat and band at bottom.
Simple pleat valance with multiple pleats at corners
I like the big pleats at end of box.
there's the pleated, skirt-style valance. This style is a bit more traditional, think Phoebe Howard, and it embodies extreme elegance. My favorite place to play with pleated valances is a traditional or transitional style nursery. Depending on which gimp, tape or trim you choose, the style can go fully feminine
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Tobi Fairley Interior Design
plain, pleated curtain hung behind the headboard gives this low-ceilinged room a feeling of opulence and plushness.
French pleated panels
pleated curtain behind bed
Pleated blackout curtains
A plain, pleated curtain hung behind the headboard gives this low-ceilinged room a feeling of opulence and plushness.
do not like pleats...Triple Pleat...Pleating idea...pinch pleated...french pleat...Drapery pleat...pinch pleat...Pleat Style...Curtain pleats...formal pleats.
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 the top rather than further down like a traditional pinch pleat.
Finger Pleat Pinched at top, detail
pleat is pinched at the top rather than further down like a traditional pinch pleat
French Pleat is pinched at the top rather than further down lie a traditional pinch pleat.
Moore About... Design
Master bath with Crema Marfil marble and mirrored silk window treatment
inverted pleat roman that "balloons"... The fabric from Clarence House - which is hard to see here - is a divine slub silk with tiny mirrors embroidered on it!
“Center pleat. Easy roman to raise and lower but still very full and declarative without a lot of dressing”
Center pleat. Easy roman to raise and lower but still very full and declarative without a lot of dressing
Window treatments - shades with middle pleat
Relaxed Roman Shade with Center Pleat
Reaume Construction & Design
box pleat over bay w drawn curtains
Box pleated valances with draperies that are flairing
Box pleated valance o a curve
Curved box pleated valance
Pleated Board Mounted Valance
on box pleats...box pleat...box-pleated valance...kick pleat valance
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
pinch-pleated drapes. Pinch-pleated drapes are an investment because in most cases they are made to fit your window or doorway exactly. You see, this style is not adjustable. When measuring
pinch-pleated drape, you need to know if your drape will be functional (opening” “pleated drapes through your local custom window treatment store, the professional should come out and measure for you. If you get custom drapes at an online stores such as Smith & Noble, they usually have calculators that
pinch-pleated drapes. Pinch-pleated drapes are an investment because in most cases they are made to fit your window or doorway exactly. You see, this style is not 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
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
pinch pleat - mid bottom border
draperies, french pleat, multiple windows, banding at the bottom
pinch pleats. This pinch pleat uses less fabric than other pinch pleats so it gives a more contemporary look. Two pleats are pinched together one or two inches from the top of the drape, like a V shape, that then flow down in a tailored fashion. FYI: There are also four- and five-finger pinched pleats
Malinard Manor - Guest Room
Pinch pleats. Although traditional, these perfect pleats never go out of style. For this heading, fabric is gathered delicately into three little folds and then pinched together to create one pleat. Tip: The closer you place the pleats, the fuller the drapery looks.More on pinch pleats
pinch pleated...Pinch pleats
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