Our drapery and hardware lesson continues with even more terms and definitions. Part six educates us about terms such as Stack-back, and Ruching.
Tab-Top Curtains: Curtains with fabric bands attached to the top into which a decorative curtain rod is inserted.
Tension Rod: A curtain rod which stays in place inside the window frame through spring tension. Graber Spring Tension Rods offer the popular oval spring tension rod. Available in 4 adjustable sizes: 16-24″, 22-36″, 36-60″ and 48-84”, they come only in white. The oval tension rod is great for small mounting surfaces and no drill or screws are required.
Tie-Tab Curtains: Similar to tab-top curtains, but with ribbons or fabric bands tied over the rod, instead of sewn in place.
Tiebacks : Fabric bands, cords, or other material that shape the curtain or drape holding them back from the window.
Traverse Rod: Adjustable drapery rods that open and close the window treatment by pulling a cord.
Trim: Decorative cording, braids, or fringes applied to the edges or hems of draperies, to match or contrast the panel fabric.
Triple Fullness: A fabric panel that is three times the width of the window. Often sheers and lightweight curtains are made in triple fullness.
Umbra Drapery Hardware: Umbra is the leader in casual, contemporary, affordable designer drapery hardware for your home. Umbra designs and manufactures curtain clip rings and decorative drapery finials and rods. From the ever popular ball swing arm curtain rods (crane curtain rods) to their vast array of drapery curtain rings, double curtain rods and brackets, Umbra has something for everyone.
Valance : A window treatment that covers the top of the window and the drapery hardware. A valance is made of matching or contrasting fabric, often with a casing at the top, and gathered onto a curtain rod. .