Last week I published my guide on how to get wave curtains in wave curtains – the essential guide to success, and described how to create wave, or wave-style, curtains using dedicated tracking or specialist heading tapes. Here are some further options, from British designers and makers Walcot House.
A popular alternative to the usual curtain rings and pole combination, their curtain poles with integral tracking are available with a ripple heading option, to create wave curtains like this.
Alternatively you can use a conventional pole, and make fixed folds at the top of the curtains using their pleating rings, for a similar effect. Rivets at the base of the rings form the folds, and the rivet heads come in a variety of styles and colours.
Here’s a close-up to show you how the rivets and rings work.
This is a great no-sew option, but it needs a bit of experience to get the spacing and fabric quantities right – Walcot House say “We highly recommend you consult one of our specialist partners to help guide you with your requirements as it can get complicated!”
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Add a minimum of 15cm either side, preferably more, but for full curtains or wide windows allow at least 25cm if you have the room, excluding finials (decorative pole ends).