Curtain Construction Basics

Windows come in all shapes and sizes—which is why we make custom curtains. We’re taking custom decor out of the showrooms and bringing it directly to you. With over 12,420 unique options, we’re making it easier than ever to customize your curtains for a look that’s totally unique to you. Pick your print, construction, length, width and lining for your perfect fit. Unsure what style you want? We broke down everything you need to know about the 5 construction options we offer. 

Pinch Pleat

Made with twice the amount of fabric, these panels offer a voluminous look. Triple pleats add an elegant, formal flare while their hooks make it easy to attach to curtain rings.
Tailored Pleat

A sleeker silhouette than our pinch pleat, which brings a subtle sophistication to any room. The evenly spaced out drapery hooks sewn on the back of the panel make it easy to attach curtain rings.

Ring Top

These panels are hung by attaching their built-in hooks to your curtain rings. (see our Curtain Hardware Edit) Easy to use, these are great for spaces where you plan on opening and closing your drapes every day.


Our newest option offers a streamlined take on ringed styles, with embedded black metal grommets that are sturdy enough for daily use. 

Rod Pocket

This classic curtain style offers a clean look with a sewn-in pocket to accommodate hardware. Rod pocket curtains are primarily decorative—not for everyday use. If you plan on opening and closing your drapes every day, we suggest ring top or pleat construction.

A Quick Note On Curtain Rings

Grommet and rod pocket construction do not require rings while ring top, pinch pleat, and tailored pleat do. See below for how many rings you need depending on your panel size.

Need help picking your hardware? Check out our Curtain Hardware Edit on the Spice Market!