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6-in-1 Drapery Headers Mock Up Sample

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6-in-1 Drapery Headers Mock Up Sample
6-in-1 Drapery Headers Mock Up Sample

6-in-1 Drapery Headers Mock Up Sample

Regular price$49.99
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The mock-up samples display 6 pleated headers, which greatly help you find out the distinctions of those headers.

  • Header types: Pinch pleat, Tailor pleat; Goblet, Invert pleat box, Triple pleat, Triple tailor pleat
  • Material: 90% polyester 10% linen
  • Size: 20x24 inches 
  • Slub texture, anti-wrinkle, skin eco-friendly, excellent colorfastness.
  • Fabric front and back are with the same texture and color.
  • Lining type: Unlined.
  • 2 color options.
  • Curtain hooks included.
  • Due to manual measurement, there is an error of about 1in in the tile size of the finished samples.

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  • PINCH PLEAT panel width is the width that pleats already set. 200% fabric width is used for pleats and folds to create finished width you order.
  • TAILOR PLEAT are more gathered than other headings and have permanent sewn-in pleats. Metal pin hooks are included.
  • TRIPLE TAILOR PLEAT are more gathered than other headings and have permanent sewn-in pleats. Panel width is the width that pleats already set. . . . . . .

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  • PINCH PLEAT panel width is the width that pleats already set. 200% fabric width is used for pleats and folds to create finished width you order.
  • TAILOR PLEAT are more gathered than other headings and have permanent sewn-in pleats. Metal pin hooks are included.
  • TRIPLE TAILOR PLEAT are more gathered than other headings and have permanent sewn-in pleats. Panel width is the width that pleats already set. 230% fabric width is used for pleats.
  • GOBLET panel width is the width that goblet pleats already are made. 200% fabric width is used for pleats. Metal pin hooks are included. pleats are more gathered than other headings and have permanent sewn-in pleats.
  • INVERTED BOX PLEAT is formed by two equal folds of fabric folded toward one another so they meet at the center of the pleat on the front of the fabric. It is what a box pleat looks like from behind.
  • Hand wash cycle.
  • Wipe clean.
  • Dry clean.
  • Do not bleach.
  • Do not wash in hot water.
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Lead Time

Drapery Lead Time: 20-30 Days.(Handling time: 13-16 days. Standard shipping : 7-14 days. )

The shipping time provided on our website is a guide only and represents the time frame that 95% of orders are filled within.

Once order(s) are shipped, you'll receive a tracking number to follow up with carrier.

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Made-to-Order drapes are not eligible for returns.

To ensure fabric meet your expectation, we encourage you to order Fabric Sample Booklet before ordering customized drapes finally.

The following conditions do not qualify for return for drapes, blinds and shades.

  • Misunderstood the image of the product.
  • Items do not fit properly but were made accurately. 
  • Drapes are too heavy.
  • Not the color you wan . . . . . .

Made-to-Order drapes are not eligible for returns.

To ensure fabric meet your expectation, we encourage you to order Fabric Sample Booklet before ordering customized drapes finally.

The following conditions do not qualify for return for drapes, blinds and shades.

  • Misunderstood the image of the product.
  • Items do not fit properly but were made accurately. 
  • Drapes are too heavy.
  • Not the color you wanted.
  • Change of mind / No longer wants it.
  • Not the quality you wanted.
  • Ordered the wrong item by mistake. 
  • Wrong size. Tolerance size within +/- 1% is treated as industry acceptable.
  • Order come later than expected.
  • Item were ordered by mistake.
  • Fabric dye lot.

In these conditions, we accept return.

  • You received wrong items (photo as proof are needed).
  • The items were damaged (photo as proof are needed).
  • Not as described (photo as proof are needed).

View the complete RETURN & REFUND POLICY

How to Choose Hanging Header Style

Measure Width and Length Correctly

Find Your Perfect Placement

  • Different curtain lengths create diverse visual experiences to your room.

How to Choose the Liner

Liz Fabric with Different Linings Effect Percentage.
  • Unlined
  • Privacy
  • Room Darkening
  • Blackout
  • Thermal
  • 80%
  • 80-88%
  • 85-90%
  • 88-90%
  • 90-96%
  • 100%
  • 100%
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FAQs

For pleated curtains, we will suggest the curtain width is 1x of the curtain rod/track, measuring the length from the eyelet ring where the curtain hooks are attached.

For pleated curtains, the panel width is the width that pleats are already set. 1.8X-2.2X fabric usage in default to create pleats and folds. And panel width is from the left pleat end to the right pleat end, instead of the left curtain side hem to the right curtain side hem.

For pleats are permanently sewn to make, we normally make them in 180-220% fullness. For example, if rod or track length is 100 inches, you may order 2 panels each 50 inches width for pinch pleated, tailor pleated header style. You could also order more width if you prefer more fullness.

The order comes with plastic adjustable pin hooks (for pinch pleat and tailor pleat). Plastic adjustable pin hooks allow you to adjust curtain length within 3 inches. You still need to purchase rod rings separately.

Pleats pin hooks quantity: 10 pleats for 50" width; 13 pleats for 72" width; 15 pleats for 84" width; 19 pleats for 100" width; 21 pleats for 110" width, 23 pleats for 120" width, 27 for 150" width. The width and space of the pleats may vary slightly depending on your track or pole length.

Neutral Theme

Less is more. In the context of interior design, neutral means without color. Neutrals such as beige, ivory, taupe, black, gray, and shades of white appear to be without color. but in many applications these hues often have undertones. Be aware of these underlying tones as you match colors. Neutral colors are muted shades that appear to lack color but often have underlying hues that change with different lighting. To some extent, blacks, browns, tans, golds, and beige are considered warm. Cooler colors, on the other hand, are white, ivory, silver, and gray.

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