• Eyelets

    Eyelet headings offer a contemporary look with soft folds they are become increasingly popular in modern households thanks to their simple yet stylish design. Characterised by circular holes in the header that allow your drapes to be smoothly opened and closed, eyelet curtains offer a contemporary alternative to traditional pencil pleating.

  • Pencil Pleat

    Pencil pleat curtains are easily identifiable by the way in which the scrunched material at the top of the curtain is neatly attached to a track. This style of curtain is very popular and will complement traditional or contemporary decors.

  • Pinch Pleat

    Pinch pleat curtains have a classic and luxurious feel featuring permanently sewn in pleats. Suitable for both poles and tracks the heading tape is 100mm deep and the hook can be glided up or down to the perfect position. This curtain will arrive ready to hang at your window.

  • Tab Top

    Tab top curtains are comprised of a loop of fabric that is attached to the top of the curtain and hang directly off of the curtain pole. This tab top option is a simple but sophisticated heading choice for your curtains and the perfect addition to any room. An important characteristic of this type of heading is that it can only be used with a curtain pole; this is due to the way that these curtains are hung.