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Natural curtain poles and tracks

Think of the double as the relaxed cousin of the triple pleat. It requires less fabric than a triple pleat, which means it is less expensive. This may well explain why it’s one of The Natural Curtain Company’s best sellers. This heading is suitable for both poles and tracks.


Pencil Pleat Curtains with Pelmet - A tape heading that is popular as it offers a neat finish without being too formal, suits all fabric types and can go on a pole or track, with our without a pelmet. Our photo features a matching pelmet and set of tie-backs with contrast piping.


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Single / pinch pleats - the pleats are achieved by making creases in the buckram (a stiff material used to make the heading). This heading achieves a flat-styled curtain, a relaxed look which takes up little room when drawn back, which allows maximum light in through your window while the curtains are open. The curtains hooks are placed directly into the back of the heading. Single pleats can be used on both tracks and poles.


100% Cotton Curtain Tieback Natural wood ball Tassel Cotton Rope Tie Backs

Faux Suede Pencil Pleat Curtains

Faux Suede Pencil Pleat Lined Curtains Fully lined curtains in a sumptuous faux suede which is a real textural delight. This fabric is a great canvas for the range of classy colours the curtains are available in - these include chocolate, natural and totally on-trend plum.These faux suede lined curtains have a 7.5 cm (3 inch) pleated heading tape that can be hung from poles or tracks.Matching tie-backs are available separately, as well as an eyelet version of the curtains.Choose from the…