Window Coverings Association of America

wcaa logoThe Window Coverings Association of America is the only national non-profit trade association dedicated to the retail window coverings industry and its dealers, decorators, designers, and workrooms who are our members.

WCAA was founded in 1986 as a division of the National Decorating Products Association. In 1993, the association left and became the Window Coverings Association of America.

Today the WCAA has almost 1,000 members in North America and the Caribbean.

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Our mission is to make available educational opportunities, to encourage a code of ethics for fair practices, and to work for the betterment of the retail window coverings industry.
Our goals are to make available educational and motivational opportunities, to work for the betterment of the interior fashions industry and to encourage a code of ethics for fair business practices.*

 

 

 

 

DrapeStyle has been a member of WCAA for many years and the benefits of this organization are well worth the membership fee.

Benefits includes networking events, educational programs, member discounts, marketing tools, and leadership opportunities are just to name a few.  The WCAA presents 10 webinars each month.  I have personally have gained so much from these webinars that are full of information.  From how to run your business more efficiently to showing you the latest and greatest products for making quality draperies and roman shades.

And once your business becomes a member, all employees will have access to the benefits.  I encourage you to join this wonderful organization if you own your own business or are part of the trade.  More information can be found here: www.wcaa.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So not only does DrapeStyle create some of the most beautiful window treatments, but we continue to learn and expand our knowledge so that we can continue to bring you the best products and customer service.  We are happy to help you with your window treatment needs.  Simply contact us with any questions you may have.

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Why Do My Drapes Need Weights?!

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You probably didn’t even realize there was such as thing as drapery weights.  Not all companies put weights in the draperies.  But DrapeStyle does.  Why do you need weights?

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Simply put, your drapes will look better.  If you look at the drape on the left side, it looks crisper than the drape on the right.  Your drapes won’t flap and your pleats will stay put.  We realize that custom made drapes are an investment, and we want them to look as good as you do!  Drapery weights are just one of the many details DrapeStyle puts into their drapes.  Drapery weights are small in size and are placed in the bottom hem of the drapery panels.  They will be invisible from the front and back, you’ll never know they are there!

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What about outdoor drapes?  Yes, they also get weights.  DrapeStyle puts “shot tape” or “leaded weight tape” in the bottom hem of outdoor drapes.  Shot tape consists of a long very small diameter cotton tube, filled with a line of leaded balls to form a continuous cord.  This is placed inside the bottom hem from one side of the drapery panel to the other.

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Drapery weights, 1 1/2″ double side hems with blind stitching, 5″ double buckram headings, 5″ double bottom hems, 3 1/2″ returns and overlaps….these are just some of the details that DrapeStyle puts into their drapes.  Not all custom drapes are created equal, so be sure to do your homework and ask what is included in the price of your drapes.

At DrapeStyle, we have been in business for over a decade.  Our team of talented seamstresses have an average of 25 years of experience creating custom window treatments.  When you buy your draperies from DrapeStyle you are buying directly from the manufacturer.  Everything is made right here in the USA.

And our customer service can’t be beat!  DrapeStyle has been awarded Best in Customer Service by Houzz three years in a row.  When you call DrapeStyle, you will be speaking with a designer, not a sales person.  So whether you are in need of Drapes, Curtains, Roman Shades, Pillows or Drapery Hardware, we are here to help.

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Feel free to contact us if you need a little advice on measuring, fabric samples or designing your dream drapes.

Please join us in the DrapeStyle experience, you will be pleased.


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Deep Discounts to The Trade!

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Did you know that DrapeStyle offers discounts to our Trade Customers?

If you are a designer, architect or commercial group, we invite you to apply.  It’s fast and free.  Once approved, you’ll be eligible for deep discounts on the highest quality custom made Drapes, Roman Shades, Pillows and Drapery Hardware.

 

DrapeStyle’s Trade Program highlights include:

  • Generous trade discount on Drapes, Roman Shades, Pillows and Hardware.
  • When you call DrapeStyle you will not be speaking with a “Sales Person”, you will be speaking with a Design Professional who understands your business and respects your time.
  • DrapeStyle is your single wholesale source for luxurious fully lined and interlined Custom Drapery, Roman Shades, and Custom Drapery Hardware.
  • We can confirm your renderings or provide you with a rendering to share with your client prior to production.
  • Our designers can consult with you to determine correct specifications for your projects.
  • Each member of DrapeStyle’s talented production team has at least 25 years of experience in fabricating draperies for the trade.
  • Enjoy access to over 2000 fabrics including Schumacher, Kravet, Robert Allen, Sunbrella, Celerie Kemble, Trina Turk, Vern Yip, as well as DrapeStyle’s own branded silk and linen.
  • We accept COM orders for trim and banding with prompt return of excess material.
  • Full service workroom for residential, commercial and hospitality installations.
  • DrapeStyle Features Hanes ® linings and interlinings.
  • Exclusive incentives and trade promotions throughout the year.

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DrapeStyle also offers a Trade Package which includes over 500 samples of fabrics, linings, trims and ribbons.  Once your company is registered as a DrapeStyle Trade Customer, you can order DrapeStyle’s Trade Package for only $99.

When you order a Trade Package from DrapeStyle you will receive the following:

  • Over 500 samples of fabrics, linings, ribbons and trims.
  • Samples are approximately 5″x 5″ on heavy card stock, labeled with fabric name and fiber content.
  • A dedicated support representative.
  • Your $99 purchase price is refundable with your first order of $999 or more.

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After placing an order with DrapeStyle, your client will receive their custom made window treatments within 4-6 weeks (if the fabric is on back order, we will contact you with an estimated in stock date).  Expedited orders are excepted, additional charges may apply.  To make payment easy, DrapeStyle excepts American Express, Discover, Visa, Master Card, company checks, PayPal and PayPal Credit.  Ordering is easy, simply give us a call and one of our design representatives will be happy to assist you.  For more information, take some time and read through our To The Trade page.

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At DrapeStyle we are committed to helping our trade partners be as successful as possible.  We are more than a drapery workroom or supplier, we are your marketing partner. Our goal is to provide our designers and trade partners with the very best marketing resources available, while providing the highest quality custom drapery.  Made in the USA since 2002, you can be assured that you clients will receive the highest quality window treatments on the market today.

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Drapery 101

DrapeStyle has been awarded the Best of Houzz in Customer Service three years in a row.  That’s because we love to help out customers!  We want you to be completely satisfied with your window treatments.  And if we can help you along the way, we are happy to do so.  Feel free to contact us for a quote, fabric samples, or even if you just have a few questions.

Here are some terms that pertain to window treatments:

 

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Bay Window: A window that protrudes outward from the main wall.  Usually comprised of a group of divided windows.

Bias: The diagonal grain in fabric.  The bias grain runs at a 45 degree angle to the straight grain and tends to stretch if pulled.

Blackout Lining: A heavy opaque material placed on the backside of the fabric blocking nearly 100% of light from penetrating through the drape.  Often used in hotels, media rooms or any application wherein privacy and darkness are required.

Blind Stitch: A sewing stitch so made as to be invisible on the right side and often nearly invisible on the wrong side.  DrapeStyle blind stitches all hems.

Box Pleats: Inverted tailored pleats which create a classical boxy look. See “Pleat Guide”.

Bracket: Attaches to the wall or ceiling and used to support a drapery rod.

Buckram: A heavy stiff fabric which is used to support or stiffen the header of the drapery panel.  Also known as “Crinoline”.

Bump Interlining: A very heavy weight interlining made of cotton flannel.  Placed between the fabric and lining for added insulation and thickness of the drape.

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Cascade Roman Shade: A shade constructed with evenly spaced horizontal pockets reinforced with rods.

Cartridge Pleat: A round pleat measuring 2-1/2 inches in diameter supported by a stiff paper which can be removed for cleaning.

Cornice: A decorative wooden, fabric, or foam header placed above a window to conceal drapery hardware.

Cotton: A woven fabric made of cotton yarns produced from a blend of cotton and chemical fibers or obtained by weaving cotton and mixed threads.

Crinoline: A heavy stiff fabric which is used to support or stiffen the header of the drapery panel. Also known as “Buckram”.

Curtain: Usually unlined, a curtain is a panel of hemmed fabric hung from a rod at the top of a window.

 

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Drapability: How well fabric can fall or flow into folds.

Double Bracket: Attaches to the wall or ceiling and used to support two drapery rods.  Usually used to hang sheer drapes and decorative drapes on the same window.

Dupioni Silk: Sometimes known as dupion or douppioni, silk dupioni is a shimmering silk that is created by weaving silk threads of two different colors into a weave that seems to change colors as the silk is moved in different light. Constructed with threads made from rough silk fibers that are harvested from double cocoons or single cocoons that are spun side by side and interlocked.

 

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End-Bracket: The brackets on each end of a drapery pole, affixed to a wall used to support the drapery pole.

End Cap: Decorative end-piece on a drapery rod.

 

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Fan Folding: A method of folding pleated drapery into a long band to decrease or prevent wrinkles.

Finial: Decorative end-piece on a drapery rod.

Finish: Product applied to fabric as a protection against water marks and fading.

Flannel Interlining: A heavy weight interlining made of cotton flannel.  Placed between the fabric and the lining for added insulation and thickness of the drape.

Flat Pleat: Also known as a “Flat Panel” the top of the drapery panel is finished with buckram tape to keep the panel firm at the top. Drapery hooks are installed on the back of the panel which attach to the eyelets of the drapery rings.

French Door:  A door with rectangular panes of glass extending the full length. Usually hung with a pair of doors in one frame, with both doors opening outward.

French Pleat: A traditional drapery pleat which is “pinched” allowing the top part of the pleat to fan. Also known as Pinch Pleat.

Fringe: A decorative trim sewn onto the edges and hems of drapery panels.

Fullness: Refers to the width of the fabric in relation to the curtain rod or other mounting.  DrapeStyle’s draperies are made with 2 times fullness.  Sheer draperies are made with 2 ½ times fullness.

 

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Grommet: A drapery grommet is used to reinforce the holes which are cut through the fabric allowing a drapery rod to be passed through.

 

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Hand Woven Silk: An incredibly luxurious natural silk that is hand spun on century-old looms in India. The soft texture has natural imperfections and unique weave that make it the perfect fabric for custom drapery.

Heading: The top portion of the drape which usually consists of a pleat or stiffener material.  DrapeStyle uses a standard 5” buckram heading.

Hem:  The edge or border of a garment, drape, etc., especially at the bottom.  DrapeStyle uses a standard 5” double bottom hem and 1 ½” double side hems.

Holdback: A decorative piece of hardware that holds draperies to either side of the window.

Hooks: Drapery hooks are used to connect the drape to the drapery rings. They are attached to the top back of the drape and behind the pleats. DrapeStyle only uses heavy duty long lasting steel plated drape hooks.

 

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Inside Mount: A drapery rod or shade which attaches to the inside of a window frame.

Inverted Pleat: A neat and tailored style of pleat, similar to a box pleat.

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Jamb: The interior side of a window frame.

 

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Kravet: Established in 1918, Kravet is an industry leader in to-the-trade home furnishings. This fifth-generation family business distributes high end fabrics, furniture, wall coverings, trimmings, carpets and accessories.

 

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Linen: A textile made from the fibers of the flax plant.  Linen is laborious to manufacture, but the fiber is very absorbent and garments made of linen are valued for their exceptional coolness and freshness in hot weather.

Lining: Fabric used as a backing for drapery. DrapeStyle’s standard lining provides body and fullness, light control, and privacy.

London Roman Shade: Gathered at the sides for a casual elegance & softness. When lowered the balloon shape is visible at the bottom of the shade.

 

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Martyn Lawrence Bullard: Bullard is an international designer who is widely known for his eclectic and always stylish interiors, mixing period and ethnic pieces into modern environment.

Mulberry Silk: The highest quality silk available for purchase.  Mulberry silk has its history in China, where local farmers grow mulberry leaves for silkworms to feed on. The resulting cocoons are spun into raw Mulberry silk fibers.  Because the silkworms of the Bombyx mori moth are fed only mulberry leaves, the resulting silk is some of the finest available in the world.

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Outside Mount: A drapery rod or shade which attaches to the outside of the window frame.

Overlap: Refers to the size of the area that the right panel of the drapery will overlap the left panel when the draperies are completely closed. The purpose of the overlap is to ensure that the drapery panels meet properly, and that there is no separation between the two sides when the draperies are drawn. DrapeStyle uses a standard 3 ½” overlap.

 

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Panel: A single unit of drapery comprising of one or more widths or cuts.

Parisian Pleat: A pleat style that is tacked at the top of the flute allowing the fabric under the flute to fan out.

Pattern Matching: Stripes and patterns are lined up with the repeat to produce professional looking drapes.  DrapeStyle makes every effort to pattern match draperies and Roman Shades.

Pillow/Throw Pillow: A bag or case made of cloth that is filled with feathers, down, or other soft material.  A small pillow on a chair, couch, etc., primarily for decoration.

Pleated Roman Shade: A neat and tailored style of shade that lays flat when lowered.

Polyester: A strong and durable synthetic fabric. Polyester dries quickly and can be washable or dry clean only. Polyester is often used as a blend with other fabrics to lend wrinkle resistance. It is not the easiest fabric to remove stains from, and doesn’t breathe as well as other fabrics may.

Projection: The distance from the front of the drapery rod or bracket to the wall on which it is mounted.

Puddle: When drapery panels are allowed to drape and puddle onto the floor to create a soft, full look.

 

 

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Relaxed Roman Shade: Features a relaxed bottom of the shade and sophisticated softness while keeping the tailored look of the traditional flat roman style.

Repeat: How often the pattern is duplicated within the fabric. One repeat is one full pattern.

Return: A way to cleanly finish the top of a window treatment by enclosing the hardware and the top of the drapery.  A return is measured from the front of the rod to the wall.  DrapeStyle uses a standard 3 ½” return.

Ring: Used to hang a drape from the drapery hook onto a drapery rod.

Robert Allen:  For more than 75 years, Robert Allen has been serving the residential and hospitality design community by offering premium fabrics, luxurious furnishings and ground-breaking design services that are relevant and timeless.

Rod Pocket: A stitched pocket at the top of the drape is gathered or shirred onto a curtain rod.

Roman Shades: A Roman Shade is flat when lowered and covers the window glass completely.  It is raised horizontally through a series of cords.

 

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Sateen: A tightly woven cotton fabric resulting in a smooth and shiny finish.

Schumacher: F. Schumacher & Co. is a privately held company based in New York City and Newark, Delaware, that designs high quality products for the interior design industry in the United States.

Sheers: A sheer drape is the type that allows the most light through the fabric, which also means it offers the least privacy.  May be made from natural or synthetic fibers.

Shot Tape: A small diameter cotton tube that is filled with a single line of approximately 1/8 inch lead balls to form a continuous cord.  This cord is placed in the bottom hem to add weight to the curtain.  DrapeStyle uses Shot Tape for Outdoor Draperies.

Silk: A fine lustrous fiber produced by certain insect larvae to form cocoons, especially the strong, elastic, fibrous secretion of silkworms used to make thread and fabric.

Splicer: Used to connect two drapery rods together.

Sunbrella: From awnings to marine to casual furniture, Sunbrella fabrics have led the industry with extensive styles and colors while providing sun and mildew protection.

Swag: One or more pieces of fabric draped over a rod, typically used at the top of a window treatment.  Also known as a festoon.

 

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Taffeta: Taffeta is a crisp, smooth woven fabric made from silk fibers.  The word is Persian in origin, and means “twisted woven.”  It is considered to be a “high end” fabric, suitable for use in ball gowns, wedding dresses, curtains and wall coverings.

Tassel: A pendent ornament consisting commonly of a bunch of threads, small cords, or other strands hanging from a roundish knob or head, used on clothing, in jewelry, on curtains, etc.

Tie-Back: A loop of cloth, cord, etc., which is placed around a curtain or drape to hold it open to one side.

Traverse Rod: A horizontal drapery rod in which drapes slide to open or close when pulled by cords.

 

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Velvet: A type of woven tufted fabric in which the cut threads are evenly distributed, with a short dense pile, giving it a distinctive feel.  Velvet can be made from either synthetic or natural fibers.

 

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Weights: Drapery weights are placed just inside the hem to help the curtains stay in position and improve the fabric drape.  DrapeStyle adds drapery weights to all drapes.

Width: Refers to the width of fabric when it comes of the bolt. One width is one piece of fabric, may be any length, which can be sewn to another piece of fabric.


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Tiffany Blue Trending Now…

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Just the words, “Tiffany Blue” conjure up thoughts of a little, blue, box, with a white satin bow.  Then your mind starts to dream up the beautiful things that little box can hold.

The color known as Tiffany Blue was selected by founder Charles Lewis Tiffany for the cover of Blue Book, Tiffany’s annual collection of exquisitely handcrafted jewels, first published in 1845.  Also referred to as robin’s-egg blue or forget-me-not blue, this distinctive color may have been chosen because of the popularity of the turquoise gemstone in 19th-century jewelry.  Turquoise was also a favorite of Victorian brides who gave their attendants a dove-shaped brooch of turquoise as a wedding day memento.

Tiffany Blue was later adopted for use on Tiffany shopping bags, as well as in advertising and other promotional materials.  True to the founder’s vision, the Tiffany Blue Box became an icon of luxury and exclusivity.

 

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Pantone (the company responsible for developing the standardized color reproduction system) developed, and closely guards, the formula for the Tiffany Blue color.  No one else can legally use THE Tiffany Blue color.

The Tiffany Blue has been a popular trend, and you can purchase just about anything in this shade, including window treatments. DrapeStyle has several blue fabrics that would work well with this classic theme.  We would be happy to send you fabric samples of any of our beautiful blues, and your first $10 in samples are free.  Everything DrapeStyle makes is custom made, so you are free to design your very own drapes, Roman Shades or pillows in any of our over 500 fabrics.

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And in case you were wondering…….

TIFFANY & CO., TIFFANY, the color TIFFANY BLUE and the TIFFANY BLUE BOX are trademarks of Tiffany and Company.


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Shabby Chic Interiors

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Shabby chic interiors evoke a warm, comfy, casual feeling.  It is an extremely popular trend in home decorating, weddings, crafting and more.  Some of the characteristics of Shabby Chic are layering on the texture such as wicker, linencotton, and burlap.  Don’t be afraid to mix furnishings in different finishes, colors and styles, or from different eras.  Introduce painted, stained and distressed woods, as well as metals and iron.  Vintage fixtures, hardware and accessories married with white or pastel-painted cabinets are the essence of today’s shabby chic style.

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Another characteristic of Shabby Chic is well worn furniture with beautiful patinas.  For a truly unique piece, create your own patina by removing some of the paint on furniture with steel wool.  Use a piece of furniture differently than that it was originally made for.  What a great way to reuse, re purpose and up-cycle!

This neutral toned nursery in beige and white centers around leaf-detail rug, with all-white furnigure including shelving and dresser, with corner slipcover armchair under oval wall mirror.

Need more ideas for Shabby Chic?  Add lots of fun, feminine touches like ruffles, ribbon, florals.  DrapeStyle has dozens of fabrics that could be used for the Shabby Chic trend!  Check out the Shabby Chic page for more ideas.  Any of our fabrics can be used to make Custom Drapes, Roman Shades and Pillows.

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All of our fabrics can be viewed online and ordering samples is quick and easy.  We’ll even give you your first $10 in samples free. Simply use coupon code “SAMPLES” at checkout.  We’ll have your fabric samples to you within a few days and when you’re ready to order, we’re here to answer any questions you may have.  DrapeStyle has been in business since 2002, and we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service.  And you do too!  Thanks to great customers like you, our feedback and reviews are excellent.  We have been awarded the Best of Houzz in customer service three years in a row.  So if you need a little help with measuring, fabric advice, or even if you would like to place your order over the phone, we’re here to help.

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Beautifully Made Custom Tiebacks

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Last week I was working with a designer who was working with a couple that was remodeling their home.  They absolutely loved one of the Schumacher fabrics featured on our website.  They loved THE most expensive Schumacher fabric DrapeStyle offers, but having drapes made from this fabric was a little out of their price range.

 

I suggested that they consider having their drapes made in a linen fabric in a solid color.  DrapeStyle’s Belgium Estate Linen fabrics are beautifully textured and come in a range of colors.  They could then have tiebacks and pillows made in the Schumacher fabric they loved.  By doing this, they would save money and would still get a punch of color throughout the room, in the beautiful Schumacher Hot House Flowers fabric they loved so much.

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The designer’s client loved the idea, and they were able to purchase beautiful custom drapes, tiebacks and pillows, save a bit of money, and still create the look they were hoping for.

 

Still considering tiebacks?  Don’t forget the outdoors!  When your outdoor drapes aren’t in use, tie them back for a finished look.  You can add matching tiebacks to your order or try a complementary fabric for an added punch of color.  Your tiebacks will be made with the same sun and mildew resistant fabric as your drapes.  Please see our outdoor page for more details.

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For $39.99 each, you can purchase tiebacks in any of DrapeStyle’s custom fabrics.  For a designer touch, select a complementary fabric for your tiebacks, the possibilities are endless.  Don’t be afraid to mix and match the fabrics for the pillows either!  Contact one of our designer’s for suggestions or ideas, fabric samples, or a quote.  We love helping our customers create their dream drapes.  In fact, DrapeStyle has been awarded Best of Houzz in Customer Service for three years in a row.  Great customer service paired with the most talented seamstresses, and no detail gets overlooked.  We are here to help you every step of the way.  Please join us in the DrapeStyle experience, you will be pleased.

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Make A Splash! Custom Made Shower Curtains by DrapeStyle

Add a splash of color to your bathroom by adding a custom shower curtain.  We have fabrics for every style!

Do you have a particular color or design of fabric you love?  Have you had a difficult time finding the size of shower curtain you need? Would you like your shower curtain to match the window treatments in your bathroom?  You should consider having your shower curtain custom made.

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Adding a custom shower curtain can add height, drama and privacy to your shower or tub.  DrapeStyle has been making custom window treatments for over a decade.  And yes, we can make your shower curtain too!    Select any of our fabrics, and for a designer touch, try adding additional details.  DrapeStyle has so many trims, ribbons and tassels, the combinations are endless.

 

 

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For a truly custom look, tie in your window treatments with your shower curtain.  DrapeStyle can custom make Roman Shades for any window. Roman Shades are an inexpensive way to add color and privacy to your bathroom. We have hundreds of coordinating fabrics to choose from.  We make our custom Roman Shades in our own studio right alongside our custom drapes.  Our Roman Shades are available in any of our 400 Designer Fabrics. Roman Shades are available in widths up to 96″ and lengths up to 102″ in a variety of styles.

 

 

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Many customers like the look of a double drape.  These can be decorative or functional, it’s up to you, because everything here at DrapeStyle is custom made.  DrapeStyle makes curtains, drapes, shades and pillows to order in our Arizona Studio.

 

And just like your drapes, you want to hang your shower curtain “High and Wide”.  This will give the illusion that the walls are taller and the room is larger than it actually are.  In need of coordinating hardware?  Drapestyle offers several different types of drapery hardware, from classic to contemporary, in a wide array of finishes, you’re sure to find something that fits your style.

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So whether you are looking for a custom shower curtain, or a creative way to hide an unsightly shower, DrapeStyle has a solution.  Order samples of any of our fabrics and see the quality for yourself.  Pair that with a talented team of seamstresses, that have an average of 25 years experience, and you’re guaranteed the highest quality products, made here in the USA.  When you buy your drapes from DrapeStyle, you are buying directly from the factory, nothing here is “ready made”.  Please contact one of our designers for more information or if you need a little help designing your shower curtains, drapes or Roman Shades.

 

 

 


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DrapeStyle offers FREE shipping!

 

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Yes! you heard us correctly!

DrapeStyle is now pleased to offer FREE SHIPPING!

The highest quality fabrics, meticulous craftsmanship, made in the USA…and now there’s another reason to love DrapeStyle:

FREE Shipping within the 48 contiguous states!

Free standard UPS ground shipping is now included on all drapery, Roman Shades, outlet purchases and pillow orders at no extra cost. (Some items that are too large or too heavy for ground shipping may incur an additional oversize freight charge).*

So whether you order one drape, or a whole household of pillows, your shipping is FREE!

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If you have been thinking about updating your home with custom drapes, curtains, or roman shades, NOW is the time to act!  DrapeStyle has hundreds of fabrics to choose from, 7 pleat styles to choose from, several lining options, and now FREE SHIPPING!  Extra long drapes?  No problem.  Designer fabrics?  No problem.  Drapes and curtains on sale?  No problem!  Save up to 20% now at www.DrapeStyle.com.

Should you have any questions regarding free shipping or any of DrapeStyle’s products, please feel free to contact our designers at: 800.760.8257 or at: question@drapestyle.com. We are happy to help you with your project.  Maybe that’s why DrapeStyle has received the Best of Houzz Customer Service Award three years in a row.  We love our customers and it shows!  For well over a decade, DrapeStyle has manufactured the finest custom drapery available for designers and homeowners.  And as always, your drapes, curtains and roman shades will be made here in the USA.

*The fine print: Standard UPS ground delivery within the 48 contiguous U.S. states applies to Custom Drapes, Roman Shades, Outlet Purchases and pillows only.  Oversized items, drapery hardware, and expedited shipping may incur additional charges. Please see www.drapestyle.com for more details.

Armor - Mocha  Caramel  Ponderosa - Natural  Chocolate Cloud  Walnut

 

 


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IKAT (pronounced ee-kot) continues to be one of the hottest trends in home and fashion today.  Ikat comes to us from places like Indonesia, India, and central Asia.

Ikat is defined as “a method of weaving that uses a resist dyeing process similar to tie-dye on either the warp or weft fibers. The dye is applied prior to the threads being woven to create the final fabric pattern or design.

What does this really mean?  You can easily add a bit of this fun, global style to your home without breaking the bank!

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Some easy ways to incorporate Ikat into your home are:  Ikat Room

Pillows

Throw pillows are an inexpensive way to add a pop of color and the latest Ikat trend.  Available in a variety of prints, DrapeStyle has several options for custom made pillows.  Don’t be afraid to mix and match patterns within the same hue.

 

 

 

 

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Wall Art

Another inexpensive way to add style and color to a room.  Ikat wall art is available almost anywhere.  You could even make your own art by purchasing a bold Ikat fabric and “frame it” over canvas stretcher bars you can purchase at any craft store.

 

 

 

 

Home Decor

A tray, vase, rug, footstool or pouff; items like these throughout the room can really add a punch of color and carry through the Ikat theme.

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Drapes or Roman Shades

This is where DrapeStyle can be a tremendous help.  We have several Ikat patterns available for custom drapes in any style you choose.  Ikat patterns also look great made up in a Roman Shade and pillows.  At DrapeStyle, little details like matching up patterns, weighted bottoms, blind stitching, and 3 1/2″ returns, have made DrapeStyle one of the largest suppliers to home owners and designers throughout the US and Canada.
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So whether your decor is traditional, rustic or eclectic, Ikat patterns can be incorporated into your room’s decor.  DrapeStyle has many Ikat fabrics to choose from.  We carry designers such as Robert Allen, Kravet, Schumacher and Trina Turk, and we would be happy to send you samples of any of our fabrics.  Once you have received your samples, feel free to contact one of our designers that can help you design your dream drapes.  At DrapeStyle, we have been making custom window treatments for over a decade.  We love our customers and it shows!  DrapeStyle has been awarded Best of Houzz in customer service for three years in a row.  Pair that with our talented team of seamstresses, who have on average, 25 years of experience, and you have a winning team!  As always, your drapes will be hand made right here in the USA.  Please join us in the DrapeStyle experience-you will be pleased.

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Hover, Break or Puddle? What Length Should My Drapes Be?

Hover.  Break.  Puddle.  You probably know these words but did you know they also pertain to drapes and curtains?

 

Determining the length of your drapes takes a little thought.  First, ask yourself a few questions:

What is the style of the room you are having drapes made for?  Is it formal or casual?

Does this room get a lot of traffic?  You do have kids and pets constantly running through the room?  Will there be traffic going in and out of the door the drapes will be hanging from?

What kind of flooring is in this room?  Carpet?  Tile?  Wood?  What length will look best with your type of flooring?

 

Finishing Touch

Not only are drapes like “Jewelry”, creating the finishing touch to your room, but they can provide privacy, help with heating and cooling cost, and make your room and windows appear larger.  So it is important that we make your custom drapes the correct size.

These are examples of drapes that are too short:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This is the same sized window; doesn’t the window on the left look so much bigger?
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Hang ’em HIGH and WIDE!

This is a trick that designers use to make the space appear larger than it is.  Your room will look taller if your drapes hang 2″ from the ceiling.  Measure 2″ below the ceiling or moulding, to the floor for your finished length.  If your space doesn’t allow you to hang your drapes this high, you can hang the drapery rod 4″ above the window moulding.  Measure from this point to the floor and this will be your finish length.

     

 

Next, let’s define a few terms:

Hover or Floor Length-Drapes that meet the floor:

This is the most popular option for customers to select.  Floor length drapes lend a more casual look, and are a more practical option if the drapes will be opened and closed often.  If you are using a drapery rod with rings, measure from the bottom of the drapery rings to the floor to get your finished length.

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Trouser Break-Drapes break like a pair of trousers-one inch of fabric on the floor:

Trouser break drapes offer a tailored, but more casual look with that designer touch.  Take the measurement from the bottom of the drapery rings to the floor and add one inch.  All fabrics look great with this look.

 

 

Minimal Puddle-Drapes “puddle” or gather slightly on the floor:

Beautifully tailored looking drapes with a minimal puddle.  This look adds softness to a room for a more cozy feel.  Take the measurement from the bottom of the drapery rings to the floor and add 1-3″ to create this look.
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Moderate Puddle-Drapes with a more substantial amount of fabric gathered on the floor:

Take the measurement from the bottom of the drapery rings to the floor and add 3-6″ for a moderate puddle.  This style is more appropriate for rooms with less traffic, where you won’t be cleaning the floors often.  This lends towards a more formal look, and drapes that puddle can really help with heating and cooling loss!

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Opulent Puddle-A large amount of fabric gathered on the floor:

A more formal, luxurious feel.  Measure from the bottom of the drapery rings to the floor, and add 6-8″ for an opulent puddle.  This style is usually used in formal settings, perfect for drapes that won’t be opened and closed often.  For a romantic look, silk fabrics look beautiful when puddled on the floor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special circumstances

If you are designing outdoor drapes, you may want your drapes a couple of inches off the ground.  Keep in mind that on your patio, water may puddle, dirt and leaves may collect, so by shortening your drapes two inches you will prevent the bottom of the drapes from getting dirty:

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DrapeStyle has been making custom draperies for over a decade.  We have thousands of satisfied customers because we truly care about helping you design your dream drapes.  There are guide lines that can provide you with the information you will need when ordering your drapes.  Still need a little help?  We’re here to help you every step of the way and we can determine the best width and length for your drapes.

DrapeStyle has been awarded the Best of Houzz for customer service, three years in a row.  We LOVE helping our customers create their dream drapes!  Pair that with the most talented, experienced, studio staff who will take great care in custom making your drapes, and we think you’ll be pleased with the results.  For current promotional offers, please see our website: www.DrapeStyle.com.

 

 

 

 

 


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What is a Width?

What is a “Width”?  This is probably the question I am asked most often from customers.

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You ordered fabric samples.  You taped the fabric samples to your wall next to the window.  You lived with those samples taped to your wall for two weeks, and finally decided on a color.  Now you’re ready to order your drapes.

Quantity, check.  Fabric, check.  Pleat, check.  Length, check.  Width…..width?  Do I need 1 width?  2 and a half widths?  What IS a width?

You are online, ordering drapes and you hit a snag.  What is a “width”?  This is the question I am asked most often.  A width refers to the width of the fabric used to make a drape or curtain.  Usually, when you roll the fabric off a bolt, it is about 54″ wide.  1 width starts out at 54″ wide.  The sewing begins by gathering and tacking the pleat.  Then we create 1 1/2″ side hems with blind stitching.  Then we sew 3 1/2″ overlaps-you want the drapes to overlap in the center, so light does not shine through.

 

 

These pictures are examples of drapes that do not have overlaps, they are not wide enough to completely close:

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DrapeStyle also creates 3 1/2″ returns-a return is a piece of fabric at the end of the drape that returns back to the wall so that light does not shine through the sides.  So what started as a 54″ wide piece of fabric, is now a 26″ wide drape with French Pleats.

Here are some examples of returns:

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So based on all of these details, NOW how many widths do I need?

 

DrapeStyle has this easy formula we use to determine width:

Length of drapery rod (in inches) + 16″ = X

X divided by the # of drapes = how many inches wide each drape should be.

 

Ask yourself how wide is your window?  Or better yet, how wide is the drapery rod you are going to hang your drapes on?  If your window is 48″ wide, you will probably want to extend the drapery rod at least 4″ on both sides of the window.  So your finish width is 56″.

Take the finished width, 56″, and add 16″ to account for hems and overlaps.  56″ plus 16″ equals 72″.

Take this number, 72″, and divide it by the number of drapes you would like.  Usually the number of drapes is 2.  So 72″ divided by 2 equals 36″. You want each drape to be at least 36″ wide.  This will ensure that the drapes will have adequate coverage and it will be 2 times fullness.  Fullness refers to the additional fabric needed to make the pleats full and rich looking.  At DrapeStyle, we think that 2 times fullness looks great.  You want your drapes to look, full, luxurious, and rich looking.  Not wimpy, and you certainly want to be sure that the drapes are made wide enough to close.  After all, you paid for the drapes to block out light and add a little privacy, right?

 

Here’s a chart to help you:

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Or, when you are entering your information online, next to the width you select, it will tell you how wide the drape will be:

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Bottom line, DON’T SWEAT IT!

We are here to help you figure out all of the details so that we can create your dream drapes!  Contact us and tell us your window measurements and we’ll do the rest.  DrapeStyle has been awarded the Best of Houzz Customer Satisfaction award, three years in a row.  We LOVE to help our customers create the perfect window treatments for their home.  We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase.  DrapeStyle has been making custom drapes, roman shades and pillows for over a decade, by women with an average of 25 years experience.  We think you’ll be pleased with the results.
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Made in the USA


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Veteran’s Day is this week and it reminds me how grateful I am to the men and women who have served this great country.  How proud I am to live in this great country.  How fortunate I am to live in this great country.  When my husband and I bought our first home 15 years ago, do you know what the first thing I bought was?  No, not drapes.  An American flag!  I couldn’t wait to fly an American flag outside my own home, I am so proud to be an American!

Which leads me into thinking about “Made in the USA”.  What exactly does that mean?  Does that really matter?

 

DrapeStyle has been making custom drapes, roman shades and pillows in the USA from the very start.  Why is this important?  We not only design here, we manufacturer here.  This means that DrapeStyle is able to control the quality of the products it produces.  The custom drapes and roman shades we produce right here in Arizona are of the highest quality in both fabric and workmanship.  I receive about two or three calls a week, from customers wanting to know where our drapes are made.  I’m proud to say that DrapeStyle’s products are made in the USA.

 

A few examples of DrapeStyle’s American suppliers:

  • In 1889, the F. Schumacher Fabric Company was started in New York.  DrapeStyle carries many of Schumacher’s stunning fabrics.  To this day, F. Schumacher is still a family owned company and continues to be a leader in the fabric industry.
  • The Robert Allen fabric company was started over 75 years ago in Massachusetts and continues to reside there today.
  • We have many suppliers from small fabric companies in Southern California.
  • Our linings and interlinings are made by Hanes, right here in the USA.
  • DrapeStyle uses Sunbrella fabrics for our outdoor drapes and pillows.  Sunbrella features sun and water resistant fabrics in a rich array of colors, and it is manufactured in North Carolina.
  • Our hardware is hand forged in Los Angeles by artisans who pride themselves in creating products by hand.

So as you can see, we support many local American companies by using them as suppliers for our finished products.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Need more great reasons to buy “Made in the USA” products?

  • When you buy American made products, the proceeds remain in the U.S. economy.  The money you spend then pays the workers that directly or indirectly created the product you just purchased!
  • American manufacturers abide by strict regulations to protect the environment.  These regulations do not exist in most of the top countries manufacturing and importing their goods into the USA causing massive pollution and environmental abuse.
  • Importing countries have little or non-existent regulations or standards for working conditions.  By keeping our dollars in the USA, we are not supporting these horrible working conditions (long hours, exploitation of children, extremely low wages, etc.).
  • Quicker turn around times.  Everything is here so that means it gets made more quickly, and gets shipped to you more quickly!

 

Nothing at DrapeStyle is “ready-made”.  Custom draperies take a little more time, cost a little more money, but we think it’s worth it.  And most importantly, all of our drapes, curtains, roman shades and pillows are made from the highest quality materials, right here in the USA, by a team of professionals that have an average of 25 years experience.  We hope you have as deep as a commitment to American-made products as we do.

 
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Birmingham Alabama

Let’s Exchange Curtain Ideas Birmingham Alabama!

If you are looking for custom drapery in Birmingham Alabama you should be contacting DrapeStyle.  DrapeStyle has been assisting customers worldwide, throughout the US and Canada, in creating custom drapes for over ten years. Our staff of experienced interior designers and drapery experts are waiting to assist you in creating the best solutions to treat your windows.
Do you have tall two story windows and need extra long drapes? Do you have a wall to wall sliding door and need extra wide drapes? No matter what kind of tricky window you may have, we have you covered! Our custom drapery consultants are here to help and walk you through the process. Confused about pleat styles? Unsure of color choice? Concerned about taking measurements? Let us take out the guess work from your project. Simply give us a call.
Don’t let your zipcode dictate where you shop. Whether you live in Birmingham Alabama or Scarsdale New York, you can own beautiful custom drapes hand stitched in our Orange County California drapery workroom. Let’s talk curtains and exchange ideas today!


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DrapeStyle Atlanta

If you are thinking custom drapes in Atlanta you should be thinking DrapeStyle.  DrapeStyle has been manufacturing premium custom silk drapes, linen drapes and Roman Shades and shipping them to Atlanta for the past decade.  We are happy to provide you with free samples of some of the most exclusive fabrics from Mills like Schumacher, Robert Allen, Kravet and Beacon Hill.  Plus we have exclusive DrapeStyle Silks and Linens that will compliment any decor.

If you have tall windows and need extra long drapes or extra wide drapes, we have you covered.  We manufacture each of our drapes and Roman Shades to order in our California Workroom.  Call one of our Designers and let us show you how easy it is to Exchange your Curtains for amazing DrapeStyle quality for a price that will wonder why you waited so long.


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My Sister Bought Her Drapes at Restoration Hardware

The internet and eCommerce have literally transformed the way we buy everything today. Who would have considered buy appliances, clothing, even food through a website just ten short years ago. Today we have such amazing resources at our finger-tips. Sites like Houzz and Pinterest give us the ability to drool over images of things we want, need and most of the time can’t afford.

The Custom Drapery Industry, no exception. For good or for bad, the days of heading downtown to the local drapery store are over. Most of the main street storefronts have either migrated to the web or are about too.

As a Consumer we now have more information, more options and better resources than ever before. We’ve been in the Custom Drapery Business for a very long time and we thought we would give you as much information as we possibly can. Even if you end up buying your draperies elsewhere, we hope you appreciate the information.

Chapter I: My Sister Bought her Drapes from Restoration Hardware. Yes. It is true, and now the whole world will know. My Wife and I own a Custom Drapery Company and my little sister bought her drapes from Restoration Hardware. Now, a little background. We are from New Jersey. Working Class New Jersey where most of my Family still lives. My Sister and her husband bought a new home in a brand new upscale community in southwest New Jersey. They love it. Big beautiful new homes averaging over 4000 square feet each. These are the McMansions that became popular in the late 90’s and early 2000’s.  Really huge tall windows with great views and vaulted ceilings.  Stainless steel kitchens with two dishwashers.

So Lori buys this new home and all of her new friends in the neighborhood are hiring Interior Designers / Decorators to help them all deck the places out. Lori calls me and asks what I think and I tell her to go ahead and hire this Decorator that she was referred too. You know, got to keep up with the Jones’. Well, a few months later and I get the call. “Ron”, her Decorator has suggested that she buy new drapes at Restoration Hardware. He does it all of the time she tells me. Now, they wont be wide enough but Ron has a resource where they are going to buy two pair of drapes and then sew them together. Oh boy.

Flash forward 2 years. Now, my Parents buy a house about two miles away from my Sister, also in a new development. This one though, no McMansions. These homes are, well, single level. No stairs. Wide hallways and a lot of hand-rails. You got me, right? But these houses are nice, I mean, really nice. And, Like Lori, all of these Ladies are hiring Decorators too!

So now I get the call from my Mother and I brace myself. If she tells me that she is buying Restoration Hardware Drapes I am going to have a brain freeze. Turns out that her Decorator suggested that you buy her drapes from a place called DrapeStyle! An “Online Company” she says. My Mom could not have been more tickled.

Now the best part. My Mom has DrapeStyle and she is 78. My Sister has Restoration Hardware and she is 44. My Sister goes to my Mom’s house and sees her drapes. Now the calls are really coming…

“How could you have let me buy that c…p, from Restoration Hardware!”, “Moms drapes are so much better!”

Sometimes “kids” just have to learn for themselves.

Here is the real deal. The Thai Silk Drapes from Restoration Hardware were really not all “that bad”, but they weren’t DrapeStyle. They were lined but not interlined, the fabrics were thin. The hems were short and cheap. They just weren’t “custom”.  And the reality is that they didn’t cost much less than DrapeStyle and by the time she paid the tailor to sew the two panels together, they really were about the same price as DrapeStyle 100% Custom.  Lori spent a lot of time and a lot of money on those drapes and now we are making her new ones.  She gets the “Family Discount” but she would have been much happier if she would have just ordered from DrapeStyle to begin with.


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Custom Drapes Online

Ever wonder where some of the best Interior Designers and Decorators in the US and Canada go to buy their quality custom drapes online?  For over a decade they have been coming to DrapeStyle.  At DrapeStyle we have been helping Homeowners all over the US and Canada as well as some of the best Interior Designers and Decorators find the best values on custom made drapes online.  We feature over 400 luxurious Designer Fabrics from leading Mills like Schumacher, Kravet, Lee Jofa, Beacon Hill, Robert Allen and our own line of premium imported silk and linen fabrics.  We hand-craft each custom drapery panel to order in our own Orange County Studio and ship them worldwide.  So, if you need something other than standard sized ready-made drapery that come in 106 inch or 108 inch lengths than just call one of our Designers and let us make you the custom draperies and Roman Shades that have been featured in magazines for over a decade.

Lisa Sinatra


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Custom Drapery by DrapeStyle is no longer available at Costco

Many people ask us if our custom silk and linen drapes are still available via Costco and/or Costco.com, they are not.  We enjoyed a great relationship with Costco but our drapery styles and process has evolved to being a much more “custom” product that did not lend itself to high-volume, low-touch retail.  As more and more online retailers are selling “ready-made” or “out-of-the-box” custom silk drapes and linen drapes we at DrapeStyle decided to focus on higher-end custom that you just can’t find from any larger Retailer like Restoration Hardware or Ethan Allen, etc.  So if you are still looking for DrapeStyle custom drapery at Costco you won’t find us there but you can still find us at DrapeStyle.com.


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Seattle, Sammamish, Bellevue

I remember spending a week up in Seattle during the month of May.  Went up for a wedding which was on Whidbey Island which was really one of the most beautiful places that I have ever been to in the US.  I know that we were pretty close to Canada and when I think Canada, I think Cold.  And, yes, middle of May and it was freezing up there.  When I speak to Clients that we have up in the Pacific Northwest I always suggest that when they are considering their new Window Treatments to take that Seattle weather into consideration.  We always recommend our thermal blackout linings because in addition to being cold, Seattle is also wet.  Our Blackout Linings are made of a synthetic material that will not absorb moisture like many typical drapery linings.  Whenever a lining absorbs moisture it has the potential to create mold and mildew.  I hope that our well-insulated custom drapes are working to keep many a home warm and cozy during those long cold Seattle Winters.


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Chicago

More and more often when Homeowners and Interior Designers are looking for custom silk drapes, custom linen drapes or Roman Shades they are thinking about DrapeStyle.  After-all, DrapeStyle has been selling custom drapes in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs for over a decade.  We’ve spent a great deal of time in Hinsdale, Riverside, Oak Park and Naperville measuring and installing amazing custom drapery for some of Chicago’s best Interior Designers.  Whether the homes are restoration, new construction or re-model, our Team of Designers can help you find the perfectly fitted custom drapery for any sized window including those extra long windows.

We also always recommend a well insulated and lined custom drapery for our Mid-Western Clients.  Our thick linings and interlinings can help eliminate drafts and better insulate windows and doors in the frigid cold Chicago winters!


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