Choosing the right draperies can be a hectic task, especially when you have so many options for window treatments, such as wooden shades, faux blinds, motorized shutters, honeycomb blinds, and the like. However, you have to weigh between aesthetics, functionality, and cost before making your decision. At Veteran Blinds and Shades, Indianapolis, the expert designers help you design and customize different types of draperies, blinds, shades, shutters, and even cornice and pillows based on the interiors and look of your house. However, here’s a quick sneak-peek to the popular drapery types. This will make your work easy when you approach your window treatment designer. If you want a dense drapery, then you can choose wool for the fabric and if you are looking for a lighter shade, then linen should work fine for you.

Pleat Drapery

Pleat drapery has a waterfall pleat look, where the pleats are held with buckram stiffener so that the drapery remains functional and easy to move.

Pinch Pleat Drapery

If you want a classical beauty, go for a pinch pleat drapery where the pleats are pinched 4” – 5” apart giving it an exquisite look.

Ripple Fold Blinds

If you like to open and close your drapery every day, then a ripple fold will look lovely on your windows. Ripple fold draperies are a popular choice of faux blinds and curtains, particularly used for sliding windows and doors. With ripples, you can also add layers.

Goblet Drapery

Now, this is a classic one. This will remind of you Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire as it has large goblet-shaped pockets at the top of the panels which are pinched into inverted pleats. If you frequently move your drapes, the goblet drapery is not an ideal choice.

Inverted Pleat Drapery

Inverted pleat drapery can give you a casual, yet sophisticated look, besides a relaxed atmosphere to your interiors. It is also used as a decorative purpose and less for a curtain.