Who better to be in charge than you?
Once you've chosen the fabric that best suits your taste,
we'll fashion it in a style that suits you perfectly. That's because
pick your favorite pleat or rod pocket style, drapery length and enhancements.
Then we'll pull all your choices together to make your vision a
|Top Styling (Pleats)
- Our popular Parisian pleat is our most casual and widely
used style and can be used in any setting.
- Our Laurel pleat, lightly pinched midway, is another casual pleat option.
- For a look of classic sophistication, try the French
- Our Monaco pleat gives a tailored, stylish look to the room.
- Our dressiest style, the Goblet pleat, works well in
more formal settings such as the bedroom and dining room.
- Our cartridge pleat creates subtle fullness with soft waves for a less traditional modern touch
- Grommet draperies add a clean, contemporary look to any room.
|Bottom Styling (Length)
- For a more traditional approach, select floor-length
- For a look that's very desirable today, consider the
popular trouser break which allows 2-3" to break
on the floor.
- For a ball-gown presentation, the most formal look, puddle
your draperies with an additional 6-8" in length
so the draperies spill onto the floor. Puddling adds opulence
and style to your draperies and is recommended for decorative
- For a tailored look, you may want to consider returning
your draperies to the wall. "Returns" are
the far outside edges of the drapery panel that wrap around
from the drapery to the wall at a 90° angle. Our standard
return is 3½".
- Returns are an option for pleated draperies only.
- Enhancements such
as trims and tiebacks are optional for every one of our
drapery panels. Drapery trims provide wonderful opportunities
to tie elements of a room such as draperies, throw pillows
and existing décor together. Trims also
help to emphasize the shape and form of the panel and create
interesting textural surfaces.