Roman Blind – Classic blind available with either a standard cord or chain mechanism pulley system. Blinds can be even stacked, layered or stacked behind the first fold. The spines are generally at the back of the blind but can be placed in front on request.
French Pleat – Triple Pleat. Equally spaced triple pleated heading. For optimal results it requires a minimum of 120% fullness. Stacks well, classic curtain style.
Single Pleat – New York Pleat. Equally spaced single forward pleat. Can use as little as 70% fabric fullness. Modern streamlined curtain style. Best stacking style.
Gathered Tapes – Can be 25mm, 40mm, 50mm, 75mm and 100mm tape gathered to suit width of track. Best suited to at least 100% fullness but can use any fullness that is specified. Stacks into a larger area. Benefit is that they sit flat when stacked back so well on a secondary track.
Twin Pleat – Double Pleat/Dutch Pleat. Equally spaced double pleated heading requiring no less than 80% fullness. Stacks well, classic curtain style.