In addition to the over 360 designer fabrics in the Horizons Soft Treatments Collection, Horizons Window Fashions will also custom craft beautiful window fashions from customer’s own material.
Fabric Roman Shade Styles
This version of a traditional flat roman shade has concealed support rods at every pleat to fold neater and lie flatter than other flat shades. Classic Roman shades work well with most fabrics. This shade style is highly recommended for fabrics with a pattern.
This soft flowing shade lies flat when lowered but always has a gentle decorative “smile” at the bottom. Relaxed Roman shades work well with most fabrics.
Ribbed Pleat Shade
The Ribbed Pleat shade is a reversed Knife Pleat with the pockets to the front of the shade to further accent each pleat. Ribbed Pleat shades work best with solid or textured fabrics. Not recommended for fabrics with a pattern that will be interrupted by the pleats.
Fuller in body, this style keeps its soft folds even when lowered. Support rods are concealed in the pockets at the back of each fold. Hobbled Roman shades work best with solid or textured fabrics. Not recommended for fabrics with a pattern that will be interrupted by the folds.
Pleated London Shade
The Pleated London Shade has decorative inverted pleats approximately 6-8” in from each side. Pleated London shades work best with solid or textured fabrics. Not recommended for fabrics with a pattern that will be interrupted by the folds.
Knife Pleat Shade
Doweled pockets on the back of the shade hold support rods and form decorative seams on the front of the shade. Knife Pleat shades work best with solid or textured fabrics. Not recommended for fabrics with a pattern that will be interrupted by the pleats.
Drapery & Side Panel Header Styles
Pinch Pleat Style
The Pinch Pleat is the most popular and traditional style of pleat for a traversing drapery.
Two Finger Crown Pleat
The Two Finger Crown pleat style has the folds of each pleat neatly tacked at the top.
Two Finger Pinch Pleat
Similar to the traditional pinch pleat, the Two Finger Pinch Pleat has fold for each pleat instead of three.
Inverted Pleat Style
The Inverted Pleat Style is a stylish new twist on the traditional pleated drapery. It is well suited for traversing.
Goblet Pleat Style
More full and round than any other pleat, the Goblet Pleat Style gives a robust body to the drapery panel.
Crown Pleat Style
Tight and neat, the Crown Pleat gives a nice minimalist look to the drapery.
The Box Pleat style is a more modern interpretation of a pleated drapery.
Ripple Fold Style
The Ripple Fold is an ultra contemporary style of pleated traversing drapery panel.
Rod Pocket Style
Clean and simple, the Rod Pocket Style is suited for stationary panels that are not intended to traverse.
Traditional Tab Top Style
The traditional Tab Top Style is a popular choice for either stationary panels or occasional hand traversing.
Grommet Style draperies are a soft folding panel in which a decorative pole passes through grommets at the top of the panel. Horizons has a wonderful assortment of standard style and color grommets.
Gathered Tab Top
The Gathered Tap Top style is a wonderful variation of the traditional tab top. It incorporates a decorative sleeve around each tab that can be in a contrasting fabric.
The Flowing Style has soft, casual, droopy pleats that attach to the rod with ring clips.
Flat Panel Style
Their simple but elegant folds are stiffened with buckram at the top and attaches to the decorative rod with clips.
Back Tab Style
Back Tab draperies have tabs sewn onto the back and flow naturally into a casual folded appearance. The tabs and rods are concealed at the back of the drapery.