When it comes to drapery, there are so many different styles, it can be quite overwhelming.
There's rod, pocket, grommet, ripple, fold, and a countless variety of pleated-style draperies from goblet to soft-top, but not all styles are created equal. Some are very ornate and extremely outdated, while others look tacky and cheap.
When we created Everhem, our goal was to eliminate as many of the bad options that we believe will not look good in homes today. And so we've kept things simple for you.
We only offer pleated draperies that are designed specifically for rod and ring hardware. Within that subcategory, we only offer three pleat styles, which we believe transcend all styles and trends, and will look sophisticated and custom, yet contemporary and relaxed in any setting.
Box pleat drapery
Box pleat is the most contemporary, where the actual pleats are set in the back of the fabric, giving your drapery a sleek, column-like look.
Tailored pleat drapery
Tailored pleat is a more transitional look between contemporary and traditional pleats are formed at the very top of the fabric giving structure and form to the top and gradually cascading open or a more relaxed appearance as you go down.
Pinch pleat drapery
Finally, we offer pinch pleat drapery, which is pinched a few inches down from the top, giving the top of your drapery, a traditional flared and structured appearance.
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