One of the more useful aspects of the rod pocket and back tab heading style is that the users have multiple options for how to hang the curtains. You can hang them using the rod pocket to create a more casual look where the curtain is gathered on the rod. You can also hang them using the back tabs which will give a slightly more elevated and pleated look to the curtains.
Here we will outline the easy steps it takes to hang the curtains with the back tabs.
Our standard curtains come with seven back tabs on the back (lining) side of the curtain panel. You will want to thread each tab through your curtain rod. You will notice the curtain starting to give a pleated look near the top as you put more tabs on the curtain rod. Then, simply hang the curtain rod using the appropriate hardware. Screw the finial on, if your rod comes with one, and then style your curtain to achieve the desired look. You will want to style the curtains so that the pleats stand up nicely. Please check out this video to see a demonstration of our curtains being hung with the back tabs.