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Our Drapery

These Artisan Draperies Make a Statement in Your Home

The finest window treatments can add the final, and most dramatic touch to a room that’s uniquely you. The distinctive fabrics in our collection of drapery speak confidently through colour, pattern, texture and weave. If you want to embrace formality, we can show you just where to start. If you want a warm, casual room, we can guide you there too.

Two sets of French casement windows add to the
lightness, brightness and airiness of this Oakville bedroom.

Handcrafted Drapery

Soft and welcoming, the exclusive Artisan collection includes handcrafted drapery and top treatments allowing you to express your personality in an almost endless combination of ways.
STYLE

Pair your favourite fabric with one of 12 distinctive heading styles

SOPHISTICATION

Add a layer of sophistication with fabric branding

COMBINATIONS

Combine two solid colours into single drapery panels.

The possibilities are endless.

Drapery Style Makes a Statement

You can choose from 12 different styles including punch pleat, four finger pleat, inverted pleat, roll pleat, classic tab, back tab, wrapped tab, rod pocked, cartridge pleat, plain top, box pleat and grommet top.

Let’s talk about your artisan drapery and find the perfect design options to give your room the elegant beauty it deserves. Get in touch with us to request a free quote.

Two sets of French casement windows add to the
lightness, brightness and airiness of this Oakville bedroom.

Two sets of French casement windows add to the
lightness, brightness and airiness of this Oakville bedroom.

Drapery Express Style

The length of your drapery is one of a handful of variables that contribute to your unique expression.

  • Floor length measures about ½ inch above the floor
  • Trouser measures 2 inches beyond the length to the floor to create a subtle break (like pants breaking at the shoe)
  • Puddle reaches 6-10 inches past the floor to create a calculated pool of fabric on the floor
  • Sill stops at the height of a window sill, typically used on an inside mount
  • Apron touches the bottom of the window trim and usually works on an outside mount

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