Published at Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018 - 00:05:15 AM. Home Design. By Susanne Meier.
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Pinch Pleated, these types of curtains have small set of pleats anywhere from two to five in a grouping that are evenly spaced across the top of the panel. The pleats on these drapes can also be called fingers, hence the most popular style is the three finger pinch pleat. Each pleat is stitched a point only a couple of inches below the top hem, allowing the folds to billow out from the pleats, adding plenty of fullness below and interesting detail above. For a more contemporary look, two‐fingered pleats are a more tailored style. These types of curtains attach to the rings or a traverse rod using metal pin hooks that are inserted at the back of each group of pleats. This style is widely used for more traditional design styles.
Aluminium, the term thermally‐broken aluminium basically means that the aluminium exposed to the temperatures on the outside of the frame and the aluminium on the inside of the frame are separated by a non‐conductive material so that heat or cold doesn't pass through. Aluminium itself can be quite ugly therefore the aluminium frames are powder‐coated in a polymer that provides a smooth, warm finish. Colours can be added to the coating to produce a virtually maintenance‐free frame (it will need a wipe now and then) in white, graphite, silver, green, brown, blue or up to almost 200 colour choices ‐ including purple, orange, red or pink. Barbie and Jordan would love that!
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