Box pleat style curtains are, like pinch pleat curtains, are a pleated style of curtain, where the curtain fabric is gathered in spaces at the top to form bunches, or pleats. Although these two pleats are very similar, they both bring a very different look, finish and feel to a space. Box pleat curtains, as their name suggests, get their name from the pleats or bunches that are sewn in at the top of the curtain that look like boxes.
The pricing of any curtain style depends entirely on the fabric selection and size of the window. The box pleat on its own is not an expensive selection, so when it comes to staying within your budget, make sure you select the correct fabric that suits your budget and your privacy, lighting or design needs.
Yes! The box pleat style will suit any design or style you have planned for an area, they are simple, classic, and timeless. With the correct fabric selection and colour, they will be the finishing touch to any space.
Yes! Because of its simple lines, this curtain style is perfect for smaller windows, matched with a lighter whole colour fabric, it will not take away from a room or make it look busy or crowded.
No. Box pleat curtains look amazing on their own, the boxes that are created at the top of the track are classic, simple and elegant. But choosing pelmets or not depends entirely up to you and the style you wish to convey in you home. So, box pleat curtains look great on their own and with pelmets.