A pelmet can be formal or contemporary but either way it can add a luxury look to your curtains. The finished pelmet can be straight or shaped.
Tie Backs can be in many different styles and can use the same fabric as your curtains or not. Can be useful for small windows so as to let in more light.
A very under used style. A leading edge is a strip of contrast fabric added to the edge of the curtain. When drawn, the leading edges from each curtain meet in the middle. A border can be added to the outside edge of the curtain. With the right fabric they can add a striking effect to any style of curtains.
--Patchwork curtains: a fun, totally unique curtain, made from remnants or other fabric pieces of your choice to suit your room. Choose 1 or 2 main colours and you'll find it amazing how different fabrics can go together. These can liven up an otherwise neutral room, and look great made into a door curtain. Any heading can be used for this style.
Having cushions spread over your sofas or bed that match the fabric in the curtains never fails to impress and add a completeness to any room.
Bed throws, pillow cases are just two examples of bedding that can be coordinated or contrast with your curtains.
Table runners can also be coordinated to your other soft furnishings, including curtains.