Whether classic or updated, these styles all feature traditional stiffening in the headers that allows them to be shaped into neat, crisp pleats. Mount with any of our hardware collections; we'll pre-place drapery pins for traversing hardware, or use rings on any non-traversing hardware styles.
A longtime favorite for kitchens and breakfast nooks, this classic design lets you showcase on-trend fabrics while letting in natural light.
This popular and versatile look has your drapery ending just above the floor. It's the ideal length for panels that will be opened and closed frequently. Measure to your floor and then subtract one-half inch.
This slightly long length softens the look of your windows for a casual, more relaxed feel. It's best for stationary draperies and side panels. Measure to your floor, then add one to two inches.
Give windows a more formal look with this dramatic length. It's best for stationary draperies and side panels. Measure to your floor, then add four to ten inches.
With our custom drapery hardware, there's no challenge you can't meet and no look you can't achieve. Crafted with interior designer quality (often, we're the only place you can find these looks outside of hiring a designer), they allow you to meet the most unique installation needs. Use them for inside mounts, ceiling mounts, small spaces, corner windows, bay windows and more.
Tiebacks are an elegant way to hold your panels in place. Choose tassel tiebacks for a more traditional look, or a tie band for a simple, modern look. We offer coordinating hardware tiebacks in most of our collections.
No longer exclusive to interior designers, color blocking let's you customize the look of a room using a thoughtful mix of hues. Choose from several color block arrangements.
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