Curtain Hanging

When hanging your curtains, there is a variety of different curtain hanging options, depending on the type of curtain heading and whether you are using a curtain pole or curtain track.

The following hanging options are recommended by Ada & Ina for our curtain headings:

Triple Pleat Curtains

  • Metal hooks included and sewn in the curtains
  • Can be used with both Curtain pole and Curtain Track
Hanging Triple Pleat Curtains

Double Pleat Curtains

  • Metal hooks included and sewn in the curtains
  • Can be used with both Curtain pole and Curtain Track
Hanging Double Pleat Curtains

Pencil Pleat Curtains

  • Can be used with both Curtain pole and Curtain Track
Hanging Pencil Pleat Curtains

Wave Curtains

  • Can be used with both Curtain pole and Curtain Track
Hanging Wave Curtains

Gathered Curtains

  • Can be used with both Curtain pole and Curtain Track
Hanging Gathered Curtains

Tab Top Curtains

  • Only suitable for Curtain Poles
Hanging Tap Top Curtains

Eyelet Curtains

  • Only suitable for Curtain Poles
Hanging Eyelet Curtains

Rod Pocket Curtains

  • Only suitable for Curtain Poles
  • However, can be used also with curtain track by using curtain clips (see Flat Panel Curtains hanging)
Hanging Rod Pocket Curtains

Flat Panel Curtains

  • Only suitable for Curtain Poles
Hanging Flat Panel Curtains

 

Examples of Hanging options for a Curtain Pole

Ring with standard curtain hook for a curtain pole. Ring with curtain hook for a curtain pole.

Examples of Hanging options for a Curtain Track

Glider with standard plastic curtain hook for a curtain track. Glider with plastic curtain hook for a curtain track.

Related links:

Ada & Ina's Curtain Headings >>

Ada & Ina's Curtain Linings>>

Ada & Ina's Curtain Width (Fullness) >>

All about Linen curtains by Ada & Ina >>