CURTAIN STYLES

De Ploeg curtain fabrics can be used in various ways in your interior, for example as pleated curtains or as roman blinds. To show you what the possibilities are and how a fabric in a certain confection execution shows, you will see an overview here.


PLATED CURTAINS

Pleats ensure that a curtain falls nicely. For example, you can choose from a single pleat or double pleat (butterfly pleat). In some cases, you prefer to opt for a combination with a return fold, for example with stiffer fabrics. With a return pleat, stiffer fabrics also fall nicely into the fold. Curtains with a return pleat are always suspended under the rail.

Curtains with pleats have a 'head'. This is the height between the top of the curtain and the hook. The head covers the runners and part of the rail and - depending on how the rail hangs - ensures minimal light. The standard size of the head is 2.5 cm.

Wave pleat

A sophisticated system of runners, curtain tape and curtain hooks forms the basis for a sleek curtain. By using 'waveband' the curtain falls smoothly in the fold and creates a so-called wave effect in which the curtain runs under the rail. The way the curtain then falls can be compared to confection on rings. The runners are connected to each other with a cord of 8 cm, creating a nice regular fold in the curtain.

The fixed distance between the runners and the fixed distance between the hooks in the curtain creates a wave movement that repeats almost exactly.

Fabric need 180% - 240%

RINGS

Curtains can also be provided with sail rings in different sizes and colors. This method of making-up is particularly suitable for the somewhat stiffer fabrics. In addition, there is the possibility of confection with a fold of rings. The hook goes through an eye on the rings. The head may only be 1 centimeter high and then covers only the hanging ring. The rings and rod remain fully visible.

Rings, available in various colours and sizes, are punched at the top so that the curtain can slide over a rod.

Fabric needed 200% - 260%

FOLDING CURTAIN

The folding curtain program consists of different models with stitched front or back ribs. The folding curtain can be made both lined and unlined.

De Ploeg has selected a number of cloth qualities that can be easily processed as a folding blind. These qualities have been extensively tested in advance to assess whether these roman blinds are suitable.

Single pleat

The single pleat can be used with any type of fabric. The curtain hangs before or under the rail. On the photo the single pleat is made under the rail.

Fabric needed 150% -200%


Single pleat with return pleat

The single return fold can be used with any type of fabric. Between the pleats at the front a pleat is stitched at the back so that the folds stay in style better. The curtain hangs under the rail.

Fabric needed 170% - 220%

Double pleat

The double pleat can be used with any type of fabric. The curtain hangs before or under the rail. This fold is fuller than the single fold.

Fabric needed 200% - 260%

DOUBLE PLEAT WITH RETURN PLEAT

This fold is fuller than the single fold. Between the double pleats at the front a pleat is stitched at the back so that the pleats stay in style. The curtain hangs under the rail.

Fabric needed 220% - 280%