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Custom drapery will transform the look of any room! We have a team of seasoned designers on staff that that consult with you to create the perfect look! Our draperies are completely custom made to your design specifications and we have 1,000’s of fabrics and textures to chose from.
We often get asked the question “do drapes and blinds work together?”. The answer is mostly yes! Window draperies can be paired with many other window treatments such as blinds and shades to create the ultimate look! You can create a deep and intimate or stylish and modern setting by pairing drapery with other window treatments!
Drapery Valances, or “Top Treatments” are accents pieces that can be used alone, or as in most cases paired with drapery to add the “WOW Factor”! A valance is sort of like a very short drapery panel that only sits at the top of the window. Installed with either a curtain or drapery rod or stapled to a back board, a valance always has a soft appearance that can look casual or formal depending on the style.
A cornice is similar to a valance in the sense that they both top off your window treatment. Used to hide window treatment hardware or just to add a pop of color to the room, cornices are a great addition to your interior design. What makes a cornice different from a valance is how it is constructed. Cornices are hard top treatments, meaning the fabric is often created by upholstering a board with no loose fabric hanging at the bottom. Made in various shapes and sizes, you can vary them with different fabrics or shapes depending on the look you’re going for.
Full Open-Close Window Draperies allow you to draw the ends of the drapery together to cover the entire window opening. This can provide excellent natural light control. We have 1,000’s of fabrics and materials to chose from such as silks, linens, patterns, solids, textured, sheers and light filtering.
Full Open-Close Window Draperies are also an excellent choice for “blackout drapes” because they seal the window opening and prevent light from coming in from the top, sides and the bottom. Full Open-Close Window Draperies are the perfect choice for bedrooms, living rooms, game rooms, theatre / movie rooms and more!
The term drapery hardware refers to several items—typically including a drapery rod, wall brackets, curtain rings, finials or end caps, and decorative or standard traverse rails. These components allow your draperies to function well and provide a beautiful finishing touch to your room. Whether you are searching for a contemporary look or a more traditional style, there are many options to choose from.