Draperies

Roman Shade window treatments installed over the kitchen sink window.

Drapery

Window Drapery and soft fashions complete the look of your home. They can heighten a room, create an intimate and cozy space, control light, and add pattern.

Finishing your windows to perfection, adding character, elegance, and charm which blends beautifully with your decor.

Layered over plantation shutters, blinds, roller and roman shades or standing alone, the design options for window treatments are endless with a wide range of top quality fabrics, drapery, shade and cornice styles.

All finished to perfection with a variety of custom options such as trims, linings, operations systems, and motorization, complemented with an extensive variety of hardware.

Drapery Panels

Drapery (sometimes called drapes) are often lined, sometimes with heavy fabric to block out all outside light, making them perfect for bedroom use. Drapes are long enough to reach from the top of the window to the floor, sometimes even puddling a bit beneath the window. Heavy to luxury materials like velvet or silk, can be used for your drapery.

While drapery panels come in a range of styles and colors, they can be solid or heavily patterned. Top of drapery panels can be pleated for a more formal appearance. Like curtains, drapes hang from a rod on rings, hooks, grommets or a fabric sleeve at the top or on the back of the panel.

In the bedroom or nursery, the most popular draperies are the blackout style, which keep the room dark enough for deep sleep. These are an especially good choice for anyone who needs to sleep during the day.

Drapery Fabric

Whatever your favorite style, we can help you transform your home with our huge selection of drapery fabrics. Most drapery fabrics are woven in order to prevent stretching and distortion. When choosing a drapery fabric, be aware of the material’s stiffness and opacity. Whatever your favorite style, whether contemporary or traditional, we have just the right fabric for you.

Drapery Installation

It’s important to take correct measurements for your drapery and decide where and how the drapery should hang. This includes how high above the window the curtains will be, as well as how long they will reach the floor. Most draperies can be hung directly on the drapery rod, but there are subtle differences to every type of drapery and how they should be installed.

There are many benefits of a professional drapery installation. Professional installation provides a no-hassle, guaranteed fit for window treatments including drapery and drapery rods. And you can rest easy knowing your drapery will look and function perfectly.

Our experienced drapery installers are fully trained and will ensure a perfect fit for your new window coverings. They are prompt, courteous and helpful, and you’ll feel comfortable inviting them into your home.

Blinds and Designs' Fabric Window Coverings hanging from a Drapery rod.

FEATURES:

  • Draperies
  • Fabric Shades
  • Valances and Cornices
  • Drapery Hardware
  • Fabric and Trims
  • Motorization