Styles & looks

At Guthrie Bowron, we can custom-make your fabric into a set of curtains that are perfect for your home. Whether it’s a curtain or a roman blind, we can help you create the look you’ll love.

Different gathers give your curtains different characters and lines. If you’re not sure which pleat will work best, just ask our helpful team of curtain experts in-store.

 

Pencil Pleat – For a contemporary look

  • Casual
  • Tightly gathered
  • Looks great on both rods and tracks
  • Suitable for bedrooms or lounges
  • Suitable for all fabric types

Box Pleat – For Simplicity

  • Contemporary
  • Inverted pleat
  • Looks great on both rods and tracks
  • Perfect for a modern setting

Single Pleat – The Modern Classic

  • Contemporary
  • Single knife pleat
  • Looks great on both rods and tracks
  • Stacks well
  • Perfect for a modern setting

Dutch Pleat – Twin pleats for clean lines

  • Semi-traditional
  • Double knife pleats
  • Reaches full potential on rods but can be used on tracks
  • Suits formal rooms of the home
  • Suitable for all fabric types

Eyelet Pleat – Simple Modern Style

  • Casual, nautical look
  • Adds impact to voiles
  • Works on rods only

French Pleat – Triple pleats for formal living rooms

  • Traditional
  • Triple knife pleats
  • Reaches full potential on rods but can be used on tracks
  • Suits formal rooms of the home
  • Offers the most fullness and uses the most fabric

Wave Heading – Modern and Minimal

  • Contemporary
  • Smooth and continuous wave effect
  • Economical on fabric
  • Stacks efficiently