Curtain Styles

The way a curtain is stitched defines its look, style and fall. We at Curtains by Rastogis offer interesting and varied stitching patterns for curtains, valances, swags and tails that are distinct from those available in the most showrooms and work to transform the décor and attitude of your space.

Curtain with Hand Sewn Rings

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It is a single curtain with hand-sewn rings and attached triangles of fabric. Tassels sewn at the tip of the triangle along with the contrast piping add a celebratory feel to the curtain, which is at its prettiest when drawn across the window.

French Headed (with rings)

frenc-headed- with rings

The fluidity of a valance adds an air of romance to any space. For those who want a slice of this romance but don’t have the space to accommodate it, French headed curtains with an attached valance serve as the ideal alternative.

French Headed Curtains

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A smart and discreet method of concealing the curtain track without restricting light, French headed curtains hang from a fabric covered curtain rod. Choose this style when you have no spare space above your windows.

Pencil Gathered Curtains

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Ensure a flawless fall for your fabric with pencil gathered curtains. It is an elegant window treatment that focuses attention on the decorative finials (ornamental end of the rods) and the lion shaped ombras that hold back the curtains.

Goblet Headed Curtains (with rings)

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The twirl of trimmed valances and the goblet shaped heads creates a charming décor for any kind of a room. Another advantage of this style is that only a minimal amount of light is lost with this valance treatment.

Goblet Headed Curtains

goblet_headed_ curtains

Bring in attitude and a certain charm to your space with goblet shaped heads that hang from a fabric covered curtain rod. They conceal the curtain rod without hampering light and are also an ideal option for rooms that don’t have space above the windows.

Valance Patterns

The lure of a swirling fabric is irresistible. Valance, a gathered or pleated window treatment that covers the upper most part of the window, exudes such appeal. Widely popular and wonderfully versatile, it softens the look of a room while adding class and elegance to the space.

Arched & Serpentine Valance

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Arched Valance: Arched valances add character and a different style to a window by giving them a soft, subtle look. They can have a gentle arch or deeper, more dramatic arch.

Serpentine Valance: Soften the harsh, horizontal lines of wide windows, such as patio windows by adding an interesting detail to the design with a serpentine valance where the lower edge of the valance is serpentine(ed).

Gathered Valance

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For those of you who like a slice of the old English charm, this set-down gathered-headed valance with a contrast bound top is an ideal style. The inset fan edging builds on the delicate look of the valance.

Gathered Serpentine Valance

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For windows that take you back to the English countryside of yore, choose the gathered serpentine valance with its contrast bound top and serpentine(ed) edge. Let sunlight stream in with trimmed tiebacks to hold the curtains back.

Pencil Headed Valance

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An ornate window treatment with a frilled hem that is drawn up with tape at regular intervals to create elaborate scoops. The pencil headed valance is the perfect décor for rooms with wall-to-wall windows.

Serpentine Piped Valance

serpentine_piped_valance

We have another grand window treatment for people who love wide windows. The contrast piping on the edges of the serpentine valance grab attention to the details of the valance while adding a dash of chic style.

Headings

The smooth movement of the curtain under your hand, the way the pleats fall to the ground are determined by design details like headings. We have an amazing range of both practical headings for a seamless experience of maneuvering the curtain and decorative headings that look pretty but don’t run as well along the rod.

French Pleat Heading

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Elegant French pleats with scooped out spaces between the pleats

Box Pleat Heading

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Smart box-pleated heading hung from rings

Ring Heading

Stylish pleats formed by sewing the rings onto the curtain at wide intervals and then placing them closer together on the pole

Tie Pleated Heading

Endearing pleated curtains attached to the rod with ties

Scooped Out Heading

A playful scooped out heading

Loop Heading

Cheerful loops sewn on the curtain and secured with a button

Box Pleated Loop

Chirpy box pleated curtain attached to the rod with fabric loops

Channel Heading

An appealing fabric covered curtain rod

Swags and Tails

An exciting way to spruce up any room is with details like swags and tails. Rich fabrics and trimmed fringes lend an air of refined sophistication to any room. For those who like a more relaxed environment, we have untrimmed swags and tails, ideal for infusing warmth in kitchens or family rooms.

Sheer Swags

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Build on the ethereal look by complementing the sheers in your room with this perfect sheer swag.

Central Swags

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Infuse richness in your décor with a grand, ornamental valance pattern with trimmed swags and tails. An immediate conversation starter, this style works best when you want to emphasize the shape of your window.

Trois Swags

trois_swags

Fringed swags and tails add effortless grace to this impressive window treatment where the central swag is set in front of the other two swags.

Goblet Swags

goblet_swags

Elaborate details like goblet shaped heads and lovely rosettes meticulously stitched on a shallow valance add a design edge to this pattern of fringed swags.

Rosette Swags

rosette_swags

Pretty choux rosettes add a touch of spring to this intricate and meticulous window treatment with three swags and trimmed cone shaped tails.

Curtain Styles

Curtain Styles

The way a curtain is stitched defines its look, style and fall. We at Curtains by Rastogis offer interesting and varied stitching patterns for curtains, valances, swags and tails that are distinct from those available in the most showrooms and work to transform the décor and attitude of your space.

Curtain with Hand Sewn Rings

curtain-with-hand sewn-rings

It is a single curtain with hand-sewn rings and attached triangles of fabric. Tassels sewn at the tip of the triangle along with the contrast piping add a celebratory feel to the curtain, which is at its prettiest when drawn across the window.

French Headed (with rings)

frenc-headed- with rings

The fluidity of a valance adds an air of romance to any space. For those who want a slice of this romance but don’t have the space to accommodate it, French headed curtains with an attached valance serve as the ideal alternative.

French Headed Curtains

french-headed-curtains-01

A smart and discreet method of concealing the curtain track without restricting light, French headed curtains hang from a fabric covered curtain rod. Choose this style when you have no spare space above your windows.

Pencil Gathered Curtains

pencil-gathered-curtains

Ensure a flawless fall for your fabric with pencil gathered curtains. It is an elegant window treatment that focuses attention on the decorative finials (ornamental end of the rods) and the lion shaped ombras that hold back the curtains.

Goblet Headed Curtains (with rings)

goblet_headed_ curtains_with_rings

The twirl of trimmed valances and the goblet shaped heads creates a charming décor for any kind of a room. Another advantage of this style is that only a minimal amount of light is lost with this valance treatment.

Goblet Headed Curtains

goblet_headed_ curtains

Bring in attitude and a certain charm to your space with goblet shaped heads that hang from a fabric covered curtain rod. They conceal the curtain rod without hampering light and are also an ideal option for rooms that don’t have space above the windows.

Valance Patterns

Valance Patterns

The lure of a swirling fabric is irresistible. Valance, a gathered or pleated window treatment that covers the upper most part of the window, exudes such appeal. Widely popular and wonderfully versatile, it softens the look of a room while adding class and elegance to the space.

Arched & Serpentine Valance

arched-serpentine-valance

Arched Valance: Arched valances add character and a different style to a window by giving them a soft, subtle look. They can have a gentle arch or deeper, more dramatic arch.

Serpentine Valance: Soften the harsh, horizontal lines of wide windows, such as patio windows by adding an interesting detail to the design with a serpentine valance where the lower edge of the valance is serpentine(ed).

Gathered Valance

gathered-valance-01

For those of you who like a slice of the old English charm, this set-down gathered-headed valance with a contrast bound top is an ideal style. The inset fan edging builds on the delicate look of the valance.

Gathered Serpentine Valance

gathered-serpentine-valance

For windows that take you back to the English countryside of yore, choose the gathered serpentine valance with its contrast bound top and serpentine(ed) edge. Let sunlight stream in with trimmed tiebacks to hold the curtains back.

Pencil Headed Valance

pencil_headed_valance

An ornate window treatment with a frilled hem that is drawn up with tape at regular intervals to create elaborate scoops. The pencil headed valance is the perfect décor for rooms with wall-to-wall windows.

Serpentine Piped Valance

serpentine_piped_valance

We have another grand window treatment for people who love wide windows. The contrast piping on the edges of the serpentine valance grab attention to the details of the valance while adding a dash of chic style.

Headings

Headings

The smooth movement of the curtain under your hand, the way the pleats fall to the ground are determined by design details like headings. We have an amazing range of both practical headings for a seamless experience of maneuvering the curtain and decorative headings that look pretty but don’t run as well along the rod.

French Pleat Heading

Elegant French pleats with scooped out spaces between the pleats

Box Pleat Heading

Smart box-pleated heading hung from rings

Ring Heading

Stylish pleats formed by sewing the rings onto the curtain at wide intervals and then placing them closer together on the pole

Tie Pleated Heading

Endearing pleated curtains attached to the rod with ties

Scooped Out Heading

A playful scooped out heading

Loop Heading

Cheerful loops sewn on the curtain and secured with a button

Box Pleated Loop

Chirpy box pleated curtain attached to the rod with fabric loops

Channel Heading

An appealing fabric covered curtain rod

Swags and Tails

Swags and Tails

An exciting way to spruce up any room is with details like swags and tails. Rich fabrics and trimmed fringes lend an air of refined sophistication to any room. For those who like a more relaxed environment, we have untrimmed swags and tails, ideal for infusing warmth in kitchens or family rooms.

Sheer Swags

sheer_swags

Build on the ethereal look by complementing the sheers in your room with this perfect sheer swag.

Central Swags

central_swags

Infuse richness in your décor with a grand, ornamental valance pattern with trimmed swags and tails. An immediate conversation starter, this style works best when you want to emphasize the shape of your window.

Trois Swags

trois_swags

Fringed swags and tails add effortless grace to this impressive window treatment where the central swag is set in front of the other two swags.

Goblet Swags

goblet_swags

Elaborate details like goblet shaped heads and lovely rosettes meticulously stitched on a shallow valance add a design edge to this pattern of fringed swags.

Rosette Swags

rosette_swags

Pretty choux rosettes add a touch of spring to this intricate and meticulous window treatment with three swags and trimmed cone shaped tails.