Since moving into our new home, I’ve continuously shared my love for my favorite affordable Amazon pinch pleated drapes by Two Pages. We have them in just about every room of our home. That’s how much I love them!
Just a warning, if you’re looking for inexpensive $30 curtains, these aren’t it. These are right up your alley if you’re looking for custom, high-quality drapes without the custom price tag. When purchasing your Amazon pinch pleated drapes, there are several options to select to customize your drapes.
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Another feature that I love about these pinch pleated drapes, is that the company provides plastic drapery hooks that you insert into the back of the pleats. Often times when you purchase pinch pleated drapes, you’re stuck looking for metal hooks to complete the look, but not these drapes. The company makes it so easy for you to hang them.
Update! Two Pages now has their own website with even more customization options. Featuring 17 different header styles, 4 different types of lining, and you can even customize the size down to the inch.
Customize Your Drapes
With over 36 different fabric options, there’s a color for everyone. I wanted cream-colored drapes for our home and was trying to decide between Ivory and Beige White. After reading the product reviews and looking at the samples, I decided to go with Ivory because it has warm undertones. The Beige White has more of a cool gray undertone. I highly recommend purchasing their sample book to see the colors and fabrics in person.
Another option is adding a blackout liner to the drapes. Just a warning, the blackout liner can add some weight, making the drapes heavier. When it’s time to hang your drapes, you’ll want to mount your curtain rod into studs to hold the weight.
After you select your fabric, it’s time to choose the size of your drapes. We have 10′ ceilings on our main floor, so I decided to use 102″ long drapes. The width is dependent on the size of your windows and personal needs. I like a fuller look when the drapes are open, and opted for 100″ wide drapes in our front bedroom. Our living room features 72″ wide drapes flanking the fireplace and 84″ wide drapes on either side of the patio door.
Choosing a Curtain Rod
There is a wide variety of curtain rods available, so how do you know which one to pick? I opted for wrap-around curtain rods because I like the sleek, minimal look. I’ll let you in on a little secret. When I saw the Arch Digest tour of Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s LA home, I immediately drooled over all their pinch pleated drapes and wrap-around rods. Ha! So you can say Adam Levine was my inspiration for our drapes.
I paired our black curtain rods with these quiet rings. They feature a plastic/rubbery insert that slides along the curtain rod and diminishes metal clanking noises. I accidentally bought triple the number of rings, way more than I initially needed, but since we’ve added these drapes in just about every room, I’ve used almost them all of them.
I’ll link a few of my favorite curtain rods in brass and black finishes, some we’ve used in our previous home. Please comment below if you have any questions about these affordable Amazon pinch pleated drapes. As always, I’m happy to help!
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