Drapes and Curtains

We at SP Interior Solutions, offer a wonderful selection of drapes and curtains that will add a touch of elegance to any space in your home.

Our wide selection of drapes and curtains will complement the style of any room.

Our light weight Sheer Curtains are perfect to diffuse sunlight and add elegance and a touch of softness to your room. Sheer Curtains can be used on its own or it can be used under Drapes or over Roller Blinds to complement your window.

Drapes come in a heavier and thicker fabric to block out the sunlight. You can combine drapes with our sheer curtains to add a sophisticated and formal appearance to your room. They are mainly used in living rooms, dinning rooms and bedrooms.

You can finally complement the look of your Drapes and Curtains by adding a matching pelmet to your window frame.

Types of Curtain Headings

The top of the curtain is referred to as a curtain heading. It is attached to a rod or track and forms the top hem of a curtain. The heading of a curtain will determine the style of the curtain and the amount of fabric fullness needed.

There are many curtain types, from which SP Interior Solutions specializes in S-fold, Eyelet, Pencil Pleat, Pinch Pleat and Box Pleat curtains.

Eyelet: Large metal rings are punched into the heading and slipped onto a rod. The rings come in many colours to compliment the rod or the fabric. This heading needs adjusting when opening or closing. It is not suitable for fine or loose weave fabrics that are moved regularly as the fabric will eventually pull away from the rings.

Pencil Pleat: This is a deeper and more formal heading suitable for all types of unlined curtains, lined cotton and sheers and some medium-weight fabrics for use with a track or rod.  Spaced pencil pleat tape is ideal for heavier fabrics.

Pinch Pleat: These curtains are suitable for formal lined curtains of all lengths for use on a track or rod. It has a deep stiffened heading that’s either straight or fanned. They are ideal for all types of cottons, and medium to heavyweight fabrics.

Box Pleat: These pleats give a semi-formal appearance. It can be used for all types of curtains and sheers hung from a track or rod. They are especially good for thicker, lined curtains.

S - Fold Curtains
S-Fold Curtains
Pencil Pleat Curtains
Box Pleat Curtains
Pinch Pleat Curtains
Pinch Pleat Curtains
Eyelet Curtains
Eyelet Curtains

S Fold Curtains – Our most popular style of curtains

S Fold curtains are the most popular type of curtain today. It’s a curtain hung on a wall mounted or ceiling mounted track and has a “S” shaped pleat, hence the name S Fold styled curtains. It is also referred to as the wave fold curtain.

The curtains are operated using a clear plastic wand (flick stick), cord or through a motorized track.

Type of finishes: the sheer curtain fabric comes with either a weighted base hem or a 75mm double base hem.

Installation: Ceiling mounted, or wall mounted. It’s recommended that the S Fold curtain be hung from ceiling / under the cornice to the floor at full length as it will make your space look larger.

Curtain opening directions: there are 3 directions, Centre Open, Left-Hand Stack or Right-Hand Stack

Curtain stack size: the approximate stack size for S Fold Sheer curtain will be 1/3 of the overall track width

Returns of a curtain: Standard S-Fold return size is 80mm. On request, 150mm double returns are also available.