Finding your Global Style with ILIV Fabrics?

pampas

There are two primary installations for curtains which are poles and curtain rails. Curtains hung on rails can be independently fixed, combined with a pelmet board or fabric covered lath. Pelmets tend to fall into three categories of swags and tails, valance and pelmet. Different curtain headings will create distinctive looks. The most common style is a pencil pleat but, for a more tailored formal finish, a pinched pleat works well. Alternatively, for an informal effect, try tab tops. Eyelet curtains are rather popular at the moment and can create a great contemporary look to any room of your home. Bespoke and made to measure curtains are ideal if you have a specific fabric or style in mind. need help measuring or are choosing curtains for an unusually shaped window.

African

Curtain Poles are available in wood, metal, Perspex and composite materials and come in a range of colours and finial styles. Curtain headings can range from a simple pencil pleat to decorative and ornate headings combing a combination of different elements. Lastly, there are various styles of pole drapery, seen mainly in period homes, hallways and dress windows. The heading type determines the gathering ratio of the curtains but in general, the more the fullness of the curtain, the more professional the final look.

Different curtain headings will create distinctive looks. The most common style is a pencil pleat but, for a more tailored formal finish, a pinched pleat works well. Alternatively, for an informal effect, try tab tops. Eyelet curtains are rather popular at the moment and can create a great contemporary look to any room of your home.

Scandi

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Stacked [Standard] Roman Blind
Cascade [Waterfall] Roman Blind

French Country

Roman blinds are a simple looking fabric panel when down, which creates lovely neat pleats when they are drawn up. They are suited to almost any window and can be both internally and externally fitted. They can be designed to be discrete or make a bold statement as a window treatment. They require less fabric than curtains making them more economical and can embellish any window within a space. They can also complement curtains and pelmets, creating a very lavish and opulent feel to a room.

Stacked Roman Blinds create horizontal folds that stack evenly behind each other. This particular style is suitable for a recessed window using small pleats to maximise the daylight entering a room.

Cascade Roman Blinds create a waterfall effect and are longer than standard blinds when fully open. Although they can be fitted internally to the window, they are better when fitted externally to maximise daylight. They are especially great when fitted above smaller windows to create an illusion of a taller window. They bring a fresh modern look to a room and allows for more of the fabric to be seen which is especially suited to bolder patterned fabrics.

Oriental

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Stacked [Standard] Roman Blind
Cascade [Waterfall] Roman Blind

Indian

Roman blinds are a simple looking fabric panel when down, which creates lovely neat pleats when they are drawn up. They are suited to almost any window and can be both internally and externally fitted. They can be designed to be discrete or make a bold statement as a window treatment. They require less fabric than curtains making them more economical and can embellish any window within a space. They can also complement curtains and pelmets, creating a very lavish and opulent feel to a room.

Stacked Roman Blinds create horizontal folds that stack evenly behind each other. This particular style is suitable for a recessed window using small pleats to maximise the daylight entering a room.

Cascade Roman Blinds create a waterfall effect and are longer than standard blinds when fully open. Although they can be fitted internally to the window, they are better when fitted externally to maximise daylight. They are especially great when fitted above smaller windows to create an illusion of a taller window. They bring a fresh modern look to a room and allows for more of the fabric to be seen which is especially suited to bolder patterned fabrics.