Quiz on Curtain Terminology

Do You Know Curtains?

Craving new curtains? A quick trip to the store will prove that there's a lot of terminology that comes along with covering up your windows. Take the quiz to see how much you know about curtains.

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This is the decorative ornament attached to each end of a curtain rod.
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Apical
Finial
Cudgel
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This style curtain includes a hollow sleeve in the top of the curtain through which a rod fits through.
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Rod pocket
Railroad
Cornice
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This style of curtain is made up of flat panels that feature a number of narrow strips of fabric attached to the top of the panel, to allow them to be hung from drapery poles.
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Café
Railroad
Tab-top
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This style of curtain is attached to clips with rings, which hang from the rod.
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Ring-top
Clamp
Cluster
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This is when there is a window treatment of fabric draped over the top of a window.
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Cornice
Valance
Swag
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This is a horizontal decorative fabric treatment used at the top of a window with, or without, a curtain.
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Return
Valance
Jabot
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This is a short style of curtain, which typically only covers the bottom half of the window.
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Café
Squat
Brusque
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This is used in order to allow the curtain panels to cover the space between a drapery pole and the wall.
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Jabot
Pinch
Return
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The term refers to when extra length of a curtain panel spills onto the floor.
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Drop
Puddle
Plunge
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This style of curtain is a flat panel with grommets attached along the top, which allow it to be hung on a drapery pole.
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Grommet
Ring
Halo
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