Pencil curtain

Pencil curtain DEFAULT

The heavier weight (260 gr/m2) of this pure linen in a herringbone weave means the Chevron curtain falls beautifully. A classic pencil pleat finish is created by special wrinkle tape along the heading, and adds to the timeless charm of this linen curtain. The width ranges from 80-100cm with pencil pleats, or 130cm if left unpleated. Available in 36 colours, which means you are sure to find the perfect shade for your interior.

  • 51 x 84, 51 x 96, 51 x 108, 51 x 120
  • 100% linen, machine washing
  • Made in Lithuania
  • Herringbone weave
  • Listed price is for one curtain panel

Stock permitting, all orders are usually dispatched in 1 - 3  working days after receiving the payment. In the event that an item is temporarily out of stock, we will produce it in 3 - 5 days and dispatch it as soon as it is produced. We deliver worldwide. Delivery charges will depend on 3 things: the country of delivery address, the weight of your order and the speed of delivery you need. You will be given the options to choose from once you have your shopping bag finalized and you have filled in your delivery address. We use DHL, UPS service to deliver most of our orders. Only if your order is very small and you are not in a hurry we use Lithuanian Post to help you save on delivery charges. You could find all pricing details in the tables below:

Shipping rates to USA & Canada

SUPER EXPRESS LIGHT (up to 1kg) - USA & Canada

$9.99 delivered in 2-3 working days

SUPER EXPRESS MEDIUM (1001g to 2kg) - USA & Canada

$9.99 delivered in 2-3 working days

SUPER EXPRESS MEDIUM (2001g and above) - USA & Canada

$9.99 delivered in 2-3 working days


Shipping rates to the Rest of the World (ROW)

ECONOMY (up to 2kg) - ROW

$14.99 delivered in 2-3 weeks

ECONOMY (2001g to 10kg) - ROW

$29.99 delivered in 2-3 weeks

SUPER EXPRESS (up to 1kg) - ROW

$19.99 delivered in 2-3 working days

SUPER EXPRESS (1001g to 2kg) - ROW

$29.99 delivered in 2-3 working days

SUPER EXPRESS (2001g to 5kg) - ROW

$39.99 delivered in 2-3 working days

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Please note: Due to the current circumstances, we are experiencing high volumes of online orders, refunds and returns may take longer to process, please bear with us, our team will come back to you as soon as they can.

If you wish to return an item for an exchange or refund, you must inform us within 30 days. 

You can return orders to most of our retail stores free of charge, to find your nearest store please click here. 

Delivery charges are non-refundable.

If your goods are not faulty & you can't get to a store, you will be required to return them to us at your own cost, unused and in their original, unopened packaging.

If your goods are faulty or arrive damaged you must inform us within 7 working days. We are happy to replace faulty items but may require proof of damage, or the items to be returned to us for verification. When we have agreed that the item is faulty, we will be happy to replace it and refund any carriage costs incurred to replace the item.

To arrange for an exchange or refund, please use the following steps;

  • Email us at [email protected] quoting your name and order number.
  • Please advise which item/s you wish to return and whether you would like the item/s exchanged for another or a refund.

Please allow up to 7 working days for your refund to be processed once the goods have been received by C&H.

EXCEPTIONS

Curtain Poles & Rugs - Please contact us by the email above to confirm a returns address for this item.


Ready Made Curtains cannot be refunded or returned if they have been altered or the heading tape has been pulled. 

Special order fabrics & pvc, m2m curtain poles, paints, lampshades and CLEARANCE items, are non-returnable unless faulty.

We regret that specifically cut fabrics, nets, tapes and PVC cloths will only receive a 50% refund as they have been cut from a roll and can only be resold as a half price remnant. For this reason, we recommend that you order a before ordering a large amount.

Gift vouchers cannot be returned or refunded except in accordance with your legal rights.

Please note that the above terms will not affect your statutory rights.

For more information about our refunds policy, please read our Delivery & Returns Policy and our Full Terms & Conditions.

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Hanging pencil pleat curtains on a track

To hang your pencil pleat curtains on a track, just attach the curtain hooks sold with every curtain:

-         Gather the curtain so that it takes up half of the track's length (for 2 curtains) or the full length (for 1 curtain)

-         Pull on the 3 gathering cords at the same time to gather the head of the curtain

-         Secure the gathers with a knot without cutting the cords

-         Evenly distribute the gathers

-         Place the plastic curtain hooks at 4' intervals along the pencil pleats in the intended places

-         Along the track: place the hooks at 4' intervals  The curtain or voile curtain is ready to be hung.

-         The curtain is ready to be hung. Just clip the curtain hooks to the track carriers

Thanks to these fixtures, you can adapt your pencil pleat curtains to a track: position them along the top of the curtain at intervals of around 6' and tighten the screws firmly.

Slide the rings onto the track.


 

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Choosing the right curtain header

There are a wide range of curtain header styles available, not only do they provide functional characteristics but they will also greatly impact the look and feel of the room; whether the space takes on a traditional or more modern sensibility.

Curtains can completely transform an interior space, adding impact, privacy and comfort. It’s an age old saying that a window unfurnished is a window unfinished. But when designing custom made curtains there are a lot of decisions to be made throughout the process. The first task is specifying the fabric, this specification needs to be based on aesthetic, performance and budget requirements.

As part of the specification process you need to resolve the appropriate heading style. This is how the fabric is sewn or pleated at the top of the curtain, and it will have a direct impact on the way in which the fabric will drape or hang as well functional characteristics such as stack back (the amount of space a curtain will occupy when fully drawn open).

There are a wide range of heading styles available, not only do they provide functional characteristics but they will also greatly impact the look and feel of the room; whether the space takes on a traditional or more modern sensibility. 

Below we discuss the 6 most popular heading styles across Australia and New Zealand as outlined by our clients and we summarise appropriate fabric choices for each. 

A classic curtain heading style that creates a tailored, elegant look. Deeply inverted pleats run across the top of the curtain to create a flat heading style that is designed to sit neatly under a curtain rod or on a track.

Creating uniformed folds, a box pleat is suited to most fabrics however consideration must be taken when using highly pattered designs, especially geometrics, as the pleating can disrupt the pattern match.

A great heading style when using a standard width fabric as joins can be hidden into the fold of the pleat thus minimising the appearance of unsightly seams.

Sloane is a beautiful 100% linen wide width sheer, photographed with a Box Pleat header. This image is wonderful illustration of how a Box Pleat can affect the pattern match at the top of the curtain, however given Sloane has a medium scale, soft damask motif this works beautifully, giving the curtain relaxed, softly disrupted look. Used continuously there is no vertical pattern matching required or seams. 

Sloane is a beautiful 100% linen wide width sheer, photographed with a Box Pleat header. This image is wonderful illustration of how a Box Pleat can affect the pattern match at the top of the curtain, however given Sloane has a medium scale, soft damask motif this works beautifully, giving the curtain relaxed, softly disrupted look. Used continuously there is no vertical pattern matching required or seams. 

Modern and contemporary, a Wave curtain heading style creates a simple clean line which is perfectly suited to most solid, patterned and sheer fabrics. Through the use of a structured bukram tape, secured to the rear of the header, the fabric is evenly distributed in a symmetrical Wave formation.

The use of wide width fabrics is an effective way to achieve a continuous line across a window with no joins or seams, leading to manufacturing efficiencies with less stitching required.

Synthetic fabrics particularly suit a Wave heading style by maintaining stable formation over large windows as opposed to some natural fibres that may fall in a more relaxed manner. 

A simple curtain heading style with very little fullness, thus creating a minimalist, contemporary aesthetic.

Perfect for solid and sheer fabrics as well as a wonderful option for patterned fabric as there are no pleats to interrupt the pattern repeat. A flat panel is also a great header style for a sheer behind a fully lined curtain on a double track as it sits neatly underneath, with very little stack-back. 

Given the relaxed look of this header style it lends itself well to high quality linens, for casual sophistication. 

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A Pinch pleat creates a classic look. The pleats are created through folded creases in the stiff buckram inserted within the header. Hooks are then inserted and the curtain can be hung on a track, or the more popular choice is hanging this header style from a rod. The three varieties of Pinch Pleat headers are distinguished by the number of folds/creases at the top (single, double or triple) as well as the fullness, the stack back and the overall look.   

1. Single Pinch Pleat, also known as the New York PleatOf the three Pinch Pleat varieties, the Single Pinch pleat curtain heading style offers a more modern aesthetic. An economical use of fabric, ideal for small spaces that stacks well and is suitable for a range of fabrics including sheers, solids and patterns. Particularly effective for heavier fabrics.

1. Single Pinch Pleat, also known as the New York Pleat

Of the three Pinch Pleat varieties, the Single Pinch pleat curtain heading style offers a more modern aesthetic. An economical use of fabric, ideal for small spaces that stacks well and is suitable for a range of fabrics including sheers, solids and patterns. Particularly effective for heavier fabrics.

2. Double Pinch Pleat, also known as the Dutch PleatThis curtain heading style is a versatile and often more traditional look that creates an even, consistent aesthetic with neat stackback. A contemporary feel, whilst maintaining fabric efficiency, the finished look is full, smart and elegant. The Double Pinch Pleat is easy to install and has great draping qualities. The soft structured look of this pleat makes it suitable for not only full-length curtains but to curtains that finish at dado level (bottom third of the wall, approximately, windowsill height).

2. Double Pinch Pleat, also known as the Dutch Pleat

This curtain heading style is a versatile and often more traditional look that creates an even, consistent aesthetic with neat stackback. A contemporary feel, whilst maintaining fabric efficiency, the finished look is full, smart and elegant. The Double Pinch Pleat is easy to install and has great draping qualities. The soft structured look of this pleat makes it suitable for not only full-length curtains but to curtains that finish at dado level (bottom third of the wall, approximately, windowsill height).

3. Triple Pinch Pleat, also known as the French PleatThis is often considered a very formal, traditional heading style that creates a sumptuous, full curtain. This decorative curtain heading style is best chosen for an expansive room, where it can be fully admired. It lends itself well to luxurious, opulent fabrics however it does require more fabric than the Single and Double Pinch Pleat curtain heading styles.  

3. Triple Pinch Pleat, also known as the French Pleat

This is often considered a very formal, traditional heading style that creates a sumptuous, full curtain. This decorative curtain heading style is best chosen for an expansive room, where it can be fully admired. It lends itself well to luxurious, opulent fabrics however it does require more fabric than the Single and Double Pinch Pleat curtain heading styles.  

Zia - A beautifully structured but soft handle standard fabric that is composed of Viscose/Linen. Perfectly suited to the even and consistent nature of a double pinch pleat that with a generous hem adds a sense of relaxed elegance to a room. 

Zia - A beautifully structured but soft handle standard fabric that is composed of Viscose/Linen. Perfectly suited to the even and consistent nature of a double pinch pleat that with a generous hem adds a sense of relaxed elegance to a room. 

Charlton offers an element of simplistic elegance and is a semi sheer plain weave construction that is 100% polyester. A wide with fabric that creates a simple yet modern classic style that suits a single pinch pleat curtain heading style. As featured with a puddled hem it creates elongated lines that add height to a room with a neat stack that creates an overall dramatic look. 

Charlton offers an element of simplistic elegance and is a semi sheer plain weave construction that is 100% polyester. A wide with fabric that creates a simple yet modern classic style that suits a single pinch pleat curtain heading style. As featured with a puddled hem it creates elongated lines that add height to a room with a neat stack that creates an overall dramatic look. 

Like its name suggests, this curtain heading style has small pencil sized pleats that create a tightly gathered header. It provides a simple option of heading due to the nature of the heading tape, this tape allows you to gather the fabric to your desired fullness. The fullness of the pencil pleat will vary on the amount you gather the pull cords. Due to the fullness that can be achieved by this heading style we recommend avoiding very heavy or bulky fabrics as these can disrupt the even distribution of the gathering.

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Pencil Pleat Curtains

At Dunelm, we offer a wide range of ready made pencil pleat curtains in a variety of colours, sizes and styles. Easily identifiable by their namesake header which creates neat pencil-like pleats, this style of curtain is great for both traditional and more modern interiors.

For a great night’s sleep, try our blackout pencil pleat curtains, designed to prevent unwanted natural light from entering your home. A thermal blackout pencil pleat curtain will also help to regulate the temperature inside the room, keeping you cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.

Our on-trend pink pleated curtains are ideal for freshening up your home, while our grey pencil pleat curtains will add a sense of stylish sophistication to any room. Other popular colours for our pencil pleat curtains include white, black, cream, yellow, mustard, red, navy, blue, green and teal. Of course, we know that patterned pencil pleat curtains are in fashion too. We stock a wide range including check, floral, striped, geometric and more.

Our pencil pleat curtains are available in a wide variety of widths and drops to suit your requirements. But don’t worry if you can’t find your size – our made to measure service will provide you with truly personal pencil pleat curtains to complete your home.

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