always give priority to expensive furniture as the sole way to get the modern look. Later we despair about the huge investment, however choosing the appropriate type of curtain can enrich your decor. Curtains have been used to dress window from decades. Its design has been transformed from traditional to modern..
Deco window offers various curtain styles by head such as eyelet, rod pocket, tab top, pinch pleated curtain, tailored pleat, and sheer and goblet curtain to get the magazine-worthy look at affordable prices.
Eyelet curtains also called Grommet curtain, ideal for light to medium weight fabrics with steel rings at the top to hang the curtain. These curtains are easy to hang; designed for poles you don’t need hooks or rings, so take these off the pole before you start. To help give your curtains distinct look, even pleats need to be tied in place when you first get them. This is called dressing your curtains. The ease of installation gives users a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment with more attachment to the product.
2.Rod Pocket curtains
Rod pocket curtains are the Simplest curtain style with a sewn-in rod pocket at the top part of the curtain panel. They are simply threaded directly onto a narrow gauge curtain pole. These types of Styles are commonly used in light weights curtains i.e. sheers and nets.
Tab Top Curtains:
Tab top curtain has fabric loops on the top of the curtain to hang it on a curtain rod. It gives a very modern appearance to your window and it is suitable for all weights of fabrics.
Pinch Pleated Curtains
Pinch Pleating gives curtains a decorative finish at the top, the pleats are made by pinching the fabric at equally distant intervals and sewn into place at the top of the curtain so that they always remain in exactly the same place. Pinch pleated curtains are made to measure curtains with Two finger pinch pleats, three finger pinch pleats, for more pleats the size and fullness of the pleat increases, and so does the amount of fabric needed to make the curtains increases. They are ideal for formal rooms as they give a look of glory and style..
Box Pleated Curtains:
Box pleat heading tapes give a tailored look and drape into deep folds down the full length of the curtains. The box shapes line up next to each other which creates that formal, pleated look. They are ideal for more formal rooms like the lounge, dining or study rooms.
6.Tailored Pleat Curtains
It is also called Euro pleat Curtains mostly similar to Pinch Pleat, but the pleat starts at the top of the fabric and falls from there. It has a less fussy more stylish pleat. Tailored Pleat Curtains stitched best with heavy fabric; lighter fabrics will need lining to look good if being made into curtains with a tailored pleat.
Goblet Pleat Curtains:
Goblet pleat curtain mainly used to dress the room with high ceilings. The pleat at the top of Goblet is like a wine glass. To make it look full and rounded, they should be shaped with inner lining or wadding.
Sheer curtains are very lite curtains, used to bring little visibility from a window as their sheer fabric allows a little privacy while still filtering in light. Sheer curtains are also hung as secondary curtains, this means the primary curtain can be used to block lights and then pulled back to reveal the sheers which allow light in while still minimalizing visibility into the room. Sheer curtains are suitable for a garden room, drawing rooms, and balcony windows.
Blackout refers to a foam-backed, opaque fabric used to black out light. Blackout fabrics are most commonly found in hotel rooms as curtain linings or drapery fabrics, blocking much of the light that would otherwise enter through a window when the curtains are closed