If you enjoy classic contemporary style, pinch-pleat curtains are the perfect addition to your home decor. Our classic pinch-pleat curtains are available in a range of fabrics and colours to complement all decorating tastes, from minimalist to Georgian, Provincial to Hamptons and everything in between. The fabrics range from simple sheers that provide privacy and filtered light to pencil pleat blockout curtains that darken the room and help with thermal regulation.
No matter which fabric you choose, your pinch-pleat curtains will be made to the highest standard to provide you with long-lasting window coverings that compliment your home and provide the privacy and sunlight protection that you need.
Can I Buy Different Styles of Pinch Pleat Curtains Online With Quickfit?
Yes, Quickfit offer a large variety of pinch pleat curtains and we’re sure you’ll find a style to suit both you and your home. Whether you’re looking for blockout pinch pleat curtains or wanting to add a beautiful pair of sheer pinch pleat curtains to your home, Quickfit has something for everyone.
Measuring for Pinch Pleat Curtains
Pinch pleat curtains get their name from the way in which the pleats are sewn in, because these pleats are sewn into the heading you are often unable to alter the width of your pinch pleat curtains. It’s for this reason that correctly measuring your windows before you buy pinch pleat curtains online is important. To ensure you buy pinch pleat curtains that are the correct width for your windows you will need to measure the curtain track or curtain rod you will use to hang them. Remember that your pinch pleat curtains need to meet in the middle when drawn so take this into consideration when measuring. If you intend to use your pinch pleat curtains for decorative purposes only, therefore keeping your curtains permanently undrawn, you can be less careful with your measurements.
Caring For Your Pinch Pleat Curtains
As with any of our curtains, our pinch pleat curtains can be an investment that lasts for years when cared for in the correct way. In order to discover how best to care for your pinch pleat curtains always check the care label provided. Many of Quickfit’s pinch pleat curtains are machine washable, which will make it easy for you to keep your curtains looking as good as new for many years to come. When machine washing your curtains at home be sure to remove all of the curtains hooks before you begin as these could cause irreversible damage to your pinch pleat curtains whilst they are in your machine. To dry your pinch pleat curtains simply hang them outside on the washing line, or, if your curtain rod or track is strong enough, you can rehang your curtains whilst they are still damp. Hanging your pinch pleat curtains whilst they are still damp can reduce the risk of creases occurring. If you do need to iron your curtains once dry try to use the coolest setting on your iron to minimise the risk of burning the curtain fabric.