Next to the Mid Pleat, we have the Top Tacked Two Prong drapery pleat. Two prong pleats have FULLNESS than a three prong pleat, requiring less fabric, and are considered a more modern take on the traditional pleated drapery style.
The last pleat next to the two prong style is called the Inverted Duchess Pleat, which isn't used quite as often as the previous four pleats mentioned, but is a really beautiful look! Don't hesitate to try a new pleat style you've never used before!
Moving along to the second pleat sample in our set...
The Inverted Pleat style is very sleek and modern. See how these last two pleats look similar along the front.
The difference between these two inverted pleats is found on the back! Find those illustrated in our video at the very top of this blog post. But most importantly, the Inverted Box Pleat is best for stationary panels, while the Inverted Pinch Pleat can be used for traversing panels that will open and close.