A top treatment is how a curtain fastens to the rod(s) above your window. Choose a top treatment that suits the formality of your space and the hardware you select.
Metal openings at the top of each panel create a crisp and contemporary look.
Rod Pocket Curtains
A built-in pocket at the top of each panel slips onto the rod for a casual, gathered look.
Tab Top Curtains
Single loops of fabric at the top of each panel are best for casual, relaxed rooms.
Pinch Pleat Curtains
Like a rod pocket, this classic style slips directly onto the rod for a formal look. Thick, gathered pleats complement traditional decor.
Back Tab Curtains
Loops of fabric on the backs of the panels create the illusion of floating and provide a clean, tailored look.
Tip: Use clip rings with rod pocket or pinch pleat styles for easier opening and closing.
As an alternative or in addition to curtains, consider a valance. It’s a simple way to add dimension to your room.