There are lots of different curtain headings and styles to chose from, our experienced team can help you chose from lots of different options.
Made to measure bespoke Curtains add luxury and functionality to any window. We have a large range of fabric samples to choose from. There are so many curtain styles and headings to suit every space, we have experienced staff on hand to help you choose the perfect colours, prints and textures to suit your scheme.
We’ll help you get it right; our advisors will bring our full range of samples to you, they can help you chose linings, headers and coordinating accessories.
Need some guidance to find the perfect finish, explore some popular curtain headings.
This popular heading provides a smart tailored look and is just as at home in contemporary interiors as it is in traditional ones. It requires more fabric then other headings. Double or triple pleats can be chosen for a stylish permanent pleat.
Inverted pleat curtains have a single pleat at the back, sometimes called a box pleat, placed at even intervals along the top. The overall look is beautiful and quite formal. They are made to a fixed width to perfectly fit your curtain track or pole.
This gives a lovely formal look and works particularly well for dress curtains. It works best with light weight fabrics.
This decorative heading which features a line of wine glass shaped details is ideal for traditional and formal interiors. It works particularly well with thick fabrics or silks & can be used with both poles and tracks.
This heading is best described as a neat row of pencils. It is a cost effective heading which works well in most settings. It can be hung on poles & track systems.
Classic tailored heading style gives an elegant and sophisticated look, little dressing involved to create perfect pleats down the curtain as spacing of folds/pleats are performed by the pinch heading. Can be done with double or triple pinches.
Perfect for an effortless and modern look. Unlike the eyelet heading this one can be attached to a track. It looks simple yet sophisticated. It works best with cottons and sheers which will drape well.