Grommet-top curtain panels have round, metal-rimmed openings all along their headers.
Rod pocket curtains, also called pole top or casement curtains, are a classic, and classy, way to hang drapery. A casing sewn onto the back of the curtain panel at the top allows the rod to slip through unseen.
A pinch pleated drape is hung usually using pin hooks (metal curtain hooks), that are pierced into the fabric at the top of the back of the curtain panel next to each pleat. The pins are then attached to a traverse rod or rings that hang from a decorative rod.
A Ripplefold drape is a single continuous panel with snaps sewed into the top hem which creates a wave pattern or “s” shaped curves.