With more than 60 modern colours and designs to choose from and a choice of seven headings, Amazing Clean's curtain supply and installation is backed up with outstanding service and great prices.
Pinch pleat is the most popular heading style among Amazing Clean customers and can be used on curtains, valances and sheers on all types of tracking. This style results in very uniform folds, as opposed to the unstructured look of a gathered or rod-pocket heading.
Double-pinch pleats are a simple variation of the pinch pleat.
Rod-pocket headings are almost exclusively used for sheers.
Gathered headings give a less formal look.
Eyelets provide a contemporary look and are often used with a room-darkening blind behind.
Inverted pleats, also known as inverted box pleats, can be used in place of a pinch-pleat curtain. This style of heading works best when the curtain sits below the track. Otherwise they look great as a stationary sheer.
Knife pleat is a sharply-creased narrow pleat, usually one of a series folded in the same direction.