Curtains are an extremely important rendering to a room. Without the right styling and design it can ruin the type of effect one wishes to achieve. Yanka with her years of experience and decorating knowledge, is able to assist in bringing your ideas and your ultimate interior into fruition. Curtains are made to measure and are chosen by a vast variety of professional, modern, classic and contemporary fabrics. With hundreds of pattern choices and styles to choose from.  Le Décor is fully equipped to lend you a professional hand.


Eyelet curtains have come to define a more modern and cutting edge look in drapery. With the metal edged holes which allow for the use of a curtain pole, they are also easier to put up and take down than more tradition pencil pleat curtains. They can be a great, stylish addition to any room, and can
really to offset the decor of any room.

Pinch Pleat

Our easy to use pinch-pleated homespun curtains are backed with thermal acrylic to insulate your rooms against cold drafts and to keep heat out, as well
as to block sunlight. Offered in various widths and lengths that accommodate windows of all sizes and patio-style doors.


Goblet pleated curtains are considered to be among the more luxurious designs for window treatments. They are better suited for curtains that are both long enough to graze the floor and are fully lined to maintain their unique shape.


Made-to-measure curtains with a smocked heading are suitable for use on tracks or poles. Smocked headed curtains look intricate and complex and are formed by a series of diamond-shaped pleats. Smocked heading curtains work particularly well with plain fabrics to show of the detail of the pleating, and are not suitable for heavyweight fabrics.


The waterfall curtain: in this version, instead of horizontal festoons, the curtain has vertical pleats like a traditional theatre curtain, but it still gathers from the bottom in a number of swags. The waterfall has a pipe batten along the bottom to ensure the lines rise evenly.

Box Pleat

This invention relates to the permanent retention of pleats in drapes and in particular to the prevention of opening and flattening of the folds of the pleats
during their wear life, especially following washing. The three folds which make up a Box pleat in a drape are conventionally bound together at the bottom of the pleat by various sewing operations which prevent the folds from opening during handling.