S Fold

A very modern look with fabric creating a smooth continuous effect, this contemporary style is highly functional and the drapes have a neat stack back.

Veri Shades

Veri Shades have the feel of curtains with the versatility of blinds. The soft fabric hangs beautifully. There are no weights or chains so you can walk through them anywhere, whether they’re opened or closed – they just sway out of the way and settle back perfectly. This makes them perfect for creating a soft feature across a large opening. Veri Shades can span up to six meters.


Sheers curtains give your room a contemporary, ultra-modern look to your windows, they help to soften the appearance of windows while providing day time privacy and still let in the light, maintaining your outdoor view. A great look on sliding doors they can be teamed with a rear matching lining to add insulation and reflect hot days. They also come in all styles with the most popular the reverse or inverted pleat or the S fold

Pinch Pleat

Pinch pleat is a decorative heading for curtains, suitable for all fabrics. Pinch pleats use more fabric and are fuller than pencil pleats. The pleats are hand-sewn in and permanently fixed for more luxurious, tailored look.

Double Pinch Pleat

Double Pinch pleat style provides even spacing to control the fullness of the drape. This style uses a stable stiffening to allow uniquely gathered pleats to form and retain their shape

Triple Pinch Pleat

Triple Pinch pleat, with a classic timeless look with three pleats evenly spaced giving fullness to the drapes

Pencil Pleat

Fabric gathered at the heading giving a less formal and less structured look.

Inverted Box Pleat

An inverted box pleat is formed by two equal folds of fabric folded toward one another so they meet at the center of the pleat on the front of the fabric. Another important detail to remember: it's always recommended that you do any necessary hemming prior to pressing the pleats.

Rod Pocket

Also known as tailored or pole top curtains, rod pocket curtains are the most basic curtain style with a sewn-in rod pocket at the top of each curtain panel. Rod pocket curtains work well layered under a valance, or with a sheer or shade underneath.