Voile Curtains

Voile originates from a French word literally meaning veil, and they are aptly named due their light and pretty nature as well as their translucent sheen. The fabric is mostly used in soft furnishings like throw pillows in luxury bedding sets or behind curtains here in India and as full length window treatments and mosquito nets in more temperate countries. We provide you with premium quality voile curtains that are both aesthetically appealing as well as being on the peak of functionality!

Eye light Curtains

Eyelet curtains or also known as Ring Top curtains are a modern curtain heading for use with curtain poles. Eyelet heading gives the curtains fabric large, even soft pleats and are thusly called because they have metallic rings at the top of the curtain in the place of a normal header tape. This means that not as much material is needed in an eyelet curtain as they don’t need to be gathered the same way as a curtain with a taped heading. Eyelet curtains are not suitable for curtain tracks, with valances or for bay windows.

Tailored Pleat Curtains

Tailored Pleat Drapery is another common drapery design in India. It is fuller, and has an inconspicuous sophistication. Known for its waterfall pleat design, the pleats are held stiff with a buckram stiffener, allowing this type of drapery to remain very purposeful and easy-to-operate. Similar to our other collection of curtain styles, our Tailored Pleat Curtains is available in many different colours, designs and fabrics. If you are looking for a lighter material, linen tailored pleat drapery may be a good solution for you.

Goblet Pleat Curtains

The Goblet Drapery has a very classy shape, with large goblet-like pleats along the top of the panels. Similar to the inverted pleat drapery style, the goblet drape style is best for an enhancing purpose, and is not ideal for frequent use. The Goblet Drapery has a large stack, which means that when open, more cloth will cover your windows.

Pencil Pleats Curtains

Pencil pleated curtains are a classic style for any home. Folds of fabric are tightly gathered to create a semi-cylindrical heading that closely bears a resemblance to a line of pencils. From the close pleats of the header, the drapery spills freely to the floor. You can choose pencil pleat curtains for either poles or tracks. Pencil pleat curtains are a very popular choice in living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms.

Box Pleat Curtains

This drape heading type accomplishes a casual look on windows. The pleats across the top of the drapery take the shape of 'boxes,' comprising of a wide rectangular pleat. This is a more contemporary type of pleat style and has become a popular option for fashionable to contemporary styles of curtains. Box-pleated curtains provide a sophisticated look to your living room's window furnishings. They can be fashioned from almost any curtain fabric. Box pleats are frequently used in rooms with a geometrical decor pattern selected for the furniture arrangements and displays.

Case Heading Curtains

A humble cased heading is used mainly for nets and lightweight draperies that don’t need to be opened and shut frequently. A covering or channel sewn from corner to corner on the top is left open at either ends. A willowy curtain rod or plastic encased spring wire slots through the channel and fits onto hooks or into sockets at the side of the window. We provides you with premium quality case heading curtains for your home!

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