Why Choose Heavyweight Tia Collection Drapery?
Natural Fiber + Slub Texture + Neutral tone + Various Header + Functional Liners + Made-To-Measure
Linen polyester blend
Tia Pleated Collection
Soft, heavyweight, luxurious drape, it brings both neutral casual warmth and refined style to the room.
Tia Polyester Linen Drape
Made of 90% polyester and 10% linen blend. Creates warmth, calm, neutrality, softness, elegance, comfort, and luxury in their homes. With their crisp neutral shades, they make your rooms look a lot brighter without compromising privacy.
It can absorb dampness up to 20% without even feeling wet. Linen curtains are naturally antimicrobial and mildew-resistant, which makes them a great option to treat your window if you live in a humid climate. They are natural thermo-regulators and can handle heat.
Linen curtains are very beneficial in preventing dust from building up in your rooms. Although they are highly resistant to dirt, they have unique filtering capabilities, which filter dust and pathogenic bacteria.
Linen and polyester blend can be washed better, wrinkle less, and retain color-fastness. Depending on the type of fabric, polyester usually softens the feel of linen as well, and in a synthetic way.
Its ability to wick moisture makes it a favorite choice to keep bedrooms and sleepers cool. Linen drapery is a particularly popular fabric choice for use in warmer climates and during the summer months.
Fabric that gets softer and softer (and doesn't pill) with each wash feature well-ventilated construction, therefore, they will not get sun-damaged and will remain cool throughout.
People with allergies or sensitive skin will not need to worry about having an allergic reaction when touching the fabric. Bacteria do not easily grow in linen. It is considered to be a natural fiber that is friendly to a person’s skin, making it a perfect choice for allergy sufferers.
How to measure the pleated curtains?
Panel width is the width that pleats are already set. 180%-220% fabric width is used for pleats and folds to create the finished width you order.
We usually suggest the curtain width is 1x of the curtain rod/track. For example, if the rod or track length is 100 inches, add possible overlap and gap privacy, then order 1 panel 100 inches wide or 2 panels each 50 inches wide.
Length is measured from the eyelet ring where the curtain hooks are attached to the floor.
7 Types of Pleated Header Style
The curtain width is suggested 1x of the curtain rod. Length is suggested measuring from the eye ring where the curtain hooks are attached.
Pleat length 3-1/8 inches. Pleat depth 1 inch. White back tape width 3-1/8 inches. Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 4 inches.
Panel width is the width that pleats are already set. 1.8X fabric usage in default to create pleats and folds. Panel width is from left pleat end to right pleat end, instead of left curtain side hem to right curtain side hem.
The pin hook has a ratchet system to make them adjustable. Pin hooks are included, but drapery rod rings are not included. Pin hooks height adjustable within 3 inches.
It works for the track, traverse rod, channel rod, and pole with rings.
5 Types of Liner Options
Thermal Blackout 250 gsm
Microfiber coated with 3-pass white foam in 250 gsm weight.
White finish standard. And block out complete 100% of sunlight. Provides sunblock and sound insulation for peaceful zzz's.
Gives drapery more body and fullness to create a rich luxurious look.
Make the backside of the drapery smooth and clean. Crease, water, and stain-resistant.
Provide moderate to significant thermal insulation. And moderate noise insulation.
Reduce energy costs by insulating windows from heat loss in the cool months, and heat transfer from the outside through the summer months.
For pleated curtains, we will suggest the curtain width is 1x of the curtain rod/track, measuring the length from the eye ring where the curtain hooks are attached.
For pleated curtains, the panel width is the width that pleats are already set. 1.8X-2.2X fabric usage in default to create pleats and folds. And panel width is from the left pleat end to the right pleat end, instead of the left curtain side hem to the right curtain side hem.
Since pleats are permanently sewn to make, you don't need to consider more width for fullness. We normally make them in 180%-220% fullness. For example, if the rod or track length is 100 inches, you may order 2 panels each 50 inches wide for pleated header style.
Normally stacking width accounts for 20% of the ordered width. So we would like to remind you that if you want the window opening to show completely when the drapery is opened, please make sure to consider stacking width when you decide on rod length.
The order comes with hooks, and you need to purchase rod rings separately.
Pleats pin hooks quantity: 10 pleats for 50" width; 13 pleats for 72" width; 15 pleats for 84" width; 19 pleats for 100" width; 21 pleats for 110" width, 23 pleats for 120" width, 27 for 150" width. The width and space of the pleats may vary slightly depending on your track or pole length.
For pleated header styles, like pinch pleat, tailor pleat, inverted pleated box, goblet, and tape pleat, if the curtain finished length is over 108 inches, then the max finished curtain width without seam is 56 inches; if the curtain length is less than 108 inches, no seam for any curtain finished width. Otherwise, the width needs to be double-wide with a vertical seam.
For pleated header styles, like triple pleat and triple tailor pleat, if the curtain finished length is over 108 inches, then the max finished curtain width without seam is 50 inches; if the curtain length is less than 108 inches, no seam for any curtain finished width. Otherwise, the width needs to be double-wide with a vertical seam.
The maximum width of body memory shaped curtains is 160 inches.
TWOPAGES Memory Shape Training Curtain Technology enables the fabric to retain a crisp vertical line from ceiling to floor. After body memory shaped, your drapes will hang straight, they will have beautiful folds and they won’t flare at the bottom. Unlike regular curtain fabrics that have a tendency to lose their shape towards the bottom.
It is permanent.