Curtains, Drapes, and Shades

Posted on September 22, 2011 | Comments Off on Curtains, Drapes, and Shades

Curtains, Drapes, and Shades

Window treatments come with the option to have them lined in regular or blackout lining. Blackout lining keeps the light and heat out of the room.


Silk Drapey Panels with Iron Hardware

We offer a variety of Window Treatments such as:

Fabric at the window softens edges, emphasizes or de-emphasizes architectural qualities and shortcomings and provides a needed barrier between the outside elements and the inner harmony of the home. There are many different style draperies that we offer, pinch pleat, triple pleat, rod pocket, back tabs, sewn on or clip on rings. Labor for draperies is priced per width.

Custom Roman Shades

Custom Roman Shades

Roman Shades
Are an economical alternative to draperies, providing the beauty of the fabric with less volume yardage. Plus in an area where full length draperies are not practical shades are ultimately suited. Styles that we can create are flat-fold Romans, soft-fold Romans, balloon shades, London shades. Roman shades can be decorated with decorative trims along the edges. Roman shades are priced per square foot.Custom Roman Shades







Sheers are used to cover the window but still let light in, or to prevent people from from outside looking in. Sheers allow you to see out, even if no one can see into your home. That said, sheers are often paired with other more opaque draperies on the sides, to add a more finished and elegant look.

Custom Valance with applied trim

Custom Valance with Trim





Valances and Cornice Boxes
Valences can be many shapes: poufed, scalloped, pointed, arched, and rectangular and can also be pleated or gathered. Cornices are usually mounted outside of the window frame to decorate above a treatment while covering existing hardware. Cornices can be straight, scalloped, or sculpted. Valences and cornices can both be decorated with decorative trims, beaded trims or cording