Pleated Drapes

 

Pleated drapes are a classic, yet infinitely versatile choice for window treatments. Your Calico design associate can help you figure out what style complements your room and help you choose the best fabric to get the look.

 

Here are the different types of pleated drapes that Calico offers:

Goblet pleat

Soft and elegant, Goblet Pleated drapes add a touch of formality, particularly when complemented by wonderful architectural hardware.

Inverted box pleat

Inverted box pleated drapes have the fullness of the pleat on the back of the drape which creates a flat drapery face suitable for contemporary interior design. 

Inverted pinch pleat

Inverted pinch pleated drapes are an updated look to the standard pinch pleat drape. They have a tailored look that will suit any décor.

pinch pleat

Traditional, tailored and versatile, pinch pleated drapes fit well in any room. Pinch pleated drapes are a good choice when you want light control, privacy and the ability to open and close.

pleated drapes

Goblet Pleated Drapes

  • Recommended as stationary side panels.
  • If specified to function (open & close), Goblet Pleated drapes will not stack back off the window very tightly due to the nature of this pleat style.
  • Stripes & plaids may not line up with pleats.
  • Pleating on pattern is sometimes possible by cutting and seaming pieces together. There is an upcharge when pleating on pattern is requested.
  • Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • If using a decorative rod with rings, mount rod high enough so molding & glass are not visible behind rings.
  • Consider ring size when determining drapery length; ring size is not included in finished length.
pleated drapes

Inverted Box Pleated Drapes

  • Recommended as stationary side panels.
  • If specified to function (open & close), inverted box pelated drapes will not stack back off the window very tightly due to the nature of this pleat style.
  • Stripes & plaids may not line up with pleats.
  • Pleating on pattern is sometimes possible by cutting and seaming pieces together. There is an upcharge when pleating on pattern is requested.
  • Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • Consider ring size when determining drapery length; ring size is not included in finished length.
  • If using a decorative rod with rings, mount rod high enough so molding & glass are not visible behind rings.
  • Consider ring size when determining drapery length; ring size is not included in finished length.
pleated drapes

Inverted Pinch Pleated Drapes

  • Recommended as stationary side panels.
  • If specified to function (open & close), inverted pinch pleated drapes will not stack back off the window very tightly due to the nature of this pleat style.
  • Stripes & plaids may not line up with pleats.
  • Pleating on pattern is sometimes possible by cutting and seaming pieces together. There is an upcharge when pleating on pattern is requested.
  • Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • If using a decorative rod with rings, mount rod high enough so molding & glass are not visible behind rings.
  • Consider ring size when determining drapery length; ring size is not included in finished length.
pleated drapes

Pinch Pleated Drapes

  • Functions (opens and closes) well.
  • Looks great under valances.
  • Stripes & plaids may not line up with pleats.
  • Pleating on pattern is sometimes possible by cutting and seaming pieces together. There is an upcharge when pleating on pattern is requested.
  • Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • If using a decorative rod with rings, mount rod high enough so molding & glass are not visible behind rings.
  • Consider ring size when determining drapery length; ring size is not included in finished length.

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