When we desire to change the look of our spaces in just a click, curtains are the way to go. With curtains, we can have both fashion and function combined into one and that too in a very easy going manner. The idea is to select hot patterns and cool trends with great styles and incorporate them in the most voguish way. Let’s have a look at some of the most trendy curtain styles here.
In one of my previous posts I blogged about 7 latest trends in window and door coverings. Today I am going to tell you 10 latest styles that can be incorporated while implementing those trends in curtains.
STYLE 1: TAB TOP
PATTERN: Curtain is held by tabs of Fabric, Leather, or Lace, etc.
STYLE 2: EYELET CURTAIN
PATTERN: Metal eyelets fit into topmost area of the curtain and the rod passes through these eyelets to hold the curtain
STYLE 3: PENCIL PLEAT CURTAIN
LOOK: Formal and Neat
PATTERN: Tightly packed pleats of pencil size width gathered at the top of the curtain
STYLE 4: BOX PLEAT CURTAIN
LOOK: Smart, Formal and Minimalistic
PATTERN: Wide rectangular pleats at the top of curtains, especially suitable for heavy and crispy textured fabrics
STYLE 5: FRENCH PLEAT OR PINCH PLEAT CURTAIN
PATTERN: Pleats arranged in the group of 3 alternating with large flat areas
STYLE 6: CASED OR SLOT CURTAIN
LOOK: Simple and Informal
PATTERN: Top of the curtain attached to a fabric tube or just turned around and sewn to create a slot, suitable for all light weight fabrics
STYLE 7: GOBLET PLEAT CURTAIN
LOOK: Unusual, Interesting and Formal
PATTERN: Goblets are sewn fabric tubes across the top of the window with contrasting fabric inside to make the curtain look unusual
STYLE 8: SMOCKED CURTAIN
LOOK: Cottage Style
PATTERN: Pleats smocked together and sewn in a pattern that make the rest of the curtain look voluminous
STYLE 9: RUFFLED CURTAINS
LOOK: Semi Formal
PATTERN: Ruffles attached to the seams of the curtains for a delicate look
STYLE 10: DOUBLE PLEAT CURTAINS
LOOK: Formal and Modern
PATTERN: Group of 2 pleats held together alternating with some gap, suitable for formal heavy curtains
Hope you all like these styles and incorporate while making trendy window and door treatments.