We make Custom Drapes in any pleat style. Below are our Standard Drapery Pleats. If you would like a pleat that is not listed here, please message us and we can assist you for your choice of Curtains & Drapes.
We recomend 2.5 x fullness for main curtains and 3 x fullness for sheer curtains for elegant looks. We add standard 2- 4 inches for overlap and return per panel. You can message us if you would require different style.
French Pleat: The French Pleat is the most classic and popular pleat style, also known as a Pinch Pleat. The drapery fabric is formed into a three finger pleats pinched at the bottom of the buckram. Always stylish and fashionable.
Parisian Pleat: The Parisian Pleat also known as Tailored Pleat, The drapery fabric is formed into a three finger pleats pinched at the top. Modern pleat style is beautiful with a neat drape and waterfall effect.
Double Pinch pleat: Double pinch Drapery Pleat is similar to the French pleat. The difference is that there are two finger pleats. The drapery fabric is formed into a two finger pleats pinched at the bottom of the buckram.
Double Parisian pleat: Double Parisian Drapery Pleat is similar to the Parisian Pleat . The difference is that there are two finger pleats. The drapery fabric is formed into two finger pleats pinched at the top.
Goblet pleat: Goblet pleated draperies are luxurious window treatment designs. Hand crafted goblet created at the top of the drapes where the buckram is located, polyester batting is inserted into each goblet pleat’s opening, creates the luxurious, round shape, looks charming.
Inverted pleat: Inverted Pleat Drapery is flat heading style, sleek and deep inverted folds lend an effortless elegance to living space. The classic Inverted Pleat features a neat, tailored style and relaxed look.
Flat Pleat style: The Flat Drapery Pleat is the simplest pleat style. Also known as a "Flat Panel" the top of the drapery panel is finished with buckram tape to keep the panel firm at the top. Drapery hooks are installed on the back of the panel which attach to the eyelets of the drapery rings.
Back tab: It is a popular choice for contemporary space
Rod Pocket: The Rod-Pocket Pleat, also know as a "Pole-Pocket" is a pleat where a pocket is formed at the top of the drapery panel. Atraditional and charming window treatment style, creating a soft, casual look.
Rod Pocket with 2 inches flange: Rod-Pocket with flange looks stylish from traditional Rod-Pocket style. 2” flange detail to the top portion of the Rod-Pocket Drapery Panel adds a bit more uniqueness and character.
Grommet style: Grommet Pleat is our most contemporary pleat style featuring choice of grommet color and finish. We use corrosion resistant Brass Grommets in a variety of finishes. Sleek folds create stylish and modern look.
Ripple Fold: Ripple fold drapery creates a beautiful waves style. Sophisticated and modern pleat style looks nice. Ripples always stay in shape when sliding on the track. Please know - ripple fold drapery only works with ripple fold tracks and carrier. Snap tape is stitched on the top of the drapes. Snaps can be fix to the gliders in the track. (See photos below)
Cartridge Pleat: The Cartridge Pleat is where th