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Custom Made Double Pinch Pleat Curtains
bi-pleat curtain style

Double Pinch Pleat Curtains (or Bi-Pinch)

Item code: 156641

Product Description

Double Pinch Pleat is a very popular, modern classic heading style. The double pinch pleat is not as formal as the triple and uses less fullness at 90 – 100%. It suits all plain, patterned and sheer fabrics.

Double Pinch Pleat curtains can also be made with 150 deep buckram tape for elongated pleats. It stacks back neatly off the window and can be hung on a rod or a track.

At McKenzie & Willis we know just how difficult getting started can be! If you would like expert help with your curtains and blinds then you can book an in home consultation with our highly experienced Interior Design team.

We provide free measure and quotes in Christchurch, Wellington, Dunedin, Timaru, Queenstown and Wanaka. Our designers and consultants can come into your home and work with you to develop the perfect furnishing scheme from the floor to the ceiling and everything in between.

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We have our own specialised workroom on site at our Christchurch branch where we make our curtains and blinds. Every item is individually sewn by one person from start to finish. Your fabric is checked for flaws before being cut and transformed into your beautiful new curtains and blinds so you can be assured of a quality finish.

Luxaflex blinds are manufactured off site by their specialists in Auckland, Australia and USA.

When considering the design of your new curtains one of the most important considerations that can be often overlooked is the fullness.

The fullness determines how much fabric goes into your curtains and can ‘make or break’ the final result. Your Mckenzie & Willis interior designer will recommend and discuss different heading styles and fullness options to suit your chosen fabric and achieve the best look for your home.

When selecting your fabric, your interior designer will recommend an appropriate lining for your curtains or blinds from our range. Lining is essential to improve the fullness of a curtain and compliment the finished look. Quality linings will protect your fabric from fading and deteriorating, improve the lifespan of your curtains and blinds and efficiently insulate your home.

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