Different styles of curtains can be created by changing the header and it can be more impactful than you think. The standard look tends to be a pencil pleat, with the more traditional classic which offers a three inch pleat, or opt for the deep pencil pleat, and these are both versatile options for both track and pole. If you’re looking for something with a little more formality take a look at double pinch pleat curtains, with their uniformed folds, with the triple pinch pleat giving the fullest look. Eyelet curtains provide a more contemporary look, and are ideal for wide windows, thanks to their sleek appearance and as they require a pole fitting you can bring individual styling into play with colour, finish and finial shape. A more unusual option is wave, a contemporary style which creates soft, wave-like folds for an informal and relaxed feel. Fitted on specialist poles or tracks, wave curtains fold up neatly when the curtains are fully open. Wave header curtains are really growing in popularity, and look at their best when fitted at ceiling level.