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(1)  Heading Styles

From traditional pinch pleats to modern grommets, you can either  complement or contrast your existing décor for maximum impact.

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Rod Pocket

Tab Top


Box Pleat

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Pencil Pleat

Cartridge Pleat

Triple Pinch Pleat

Double Pinch Pleat 


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Goblet Pleat

Top Pinch Pleat

 (2)  Drapery Lengths
The length of your drapery can be used as a style statement. Choose the length that supports your lifestyle and complements your décor.

(Bottom of window sill)

(Below molding)

(Floor less)

(Floor plus)

(3)  Lining Options

     Your drapes hang more beautifully with the body and substance liners provide. This important option also protects fabric from outside elements and helps insulate your windows for maximum comfort. A liner is added to the back of all drapery and shade fabrics, with the exception of sheers.


Lining Interlining

   (4)  Hem Finishes 
hems, mitered corners, sewn-in liners and bottom weights assure that nothing will detract from the beauty of your drapery.   


Mitered Corners Weight in Corners

  (5)  Type of Banding

     A 3-inch-wide accent in a contrasting color or fabric can be added to the inside edge, outside edge or both inside  and outside edges of your draperies. Available in all fabrics except sheers, laces and casement fabrics.

Outside Edge

inside Edge
Both Side Edges
Color Blocking

(6)  Color Blocking

     Combine two colors of the same fabric in one drape for a unique custom look. The secondary color will be used for  the bottom third of the draperies. Available in all solid fabrics except sheers, laces and casement fabrics.


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