Drapes

Reverse Pleat Drapes

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 With minimal stack-back, Reverse Pleat Drapes are an excellent option for covering large spaces without interfering with the view. Choose from one of our stock Outdura fabrics made of Solution dyed Acrylic for maximum durability at a better cost.

Reverse Pleat Drapes have a 1” pleat on the back side which gives the front a nice soft fold between the pleats. They are suspended by drapery pins that can be attached to wooden rings on a wood pole kit for an economical solution for sliding glass doors. For a more upscale look, they can also be used with Traverse rods with wood or metal fascias.

Available with optional linings: Roc-lon’s Sonata poly-cotton lining allows light to pass, but insulates the drapes. For room darkening, you can choose a poly-cotton, self-healing 3-pass blackout lining.


Ripplefold Drapes

 

These flat panel drapes have stainless steel snaps spaced on the backside of the header that snap into a special traverse rod with snap carriers evenly spaced. Ripplefold drapes always draw closed evenly across the entire opening.

Choose from smooth or reeded wood fascia traverse rods that coordinate with a variety of finials or end-caps to create the look you want. Or choose from six different finishes on the metal fascias.

Ripplefold drapes can be considered contemporary, casual or coastal looking.

Choose from one of our stock Outdura fabrics made of Solution dyed Acrylic for maximum durability at a better cost. Roc-lon Sonata and Blackout linings are also available.

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