The Plain Facts About Custom Window Treatments
A project by Window Works was featured in this article in Design NJ, New Jersey’s Home and Design Magazine.
Custom also means you can select the styling for your panels. “You’re probably going to get only pinch pleats or rod pockets” in ready-mades, Nigara says. Croce and Mills say that although traditional pinch or French pleats remain popular, many customers like the softer, updated look of tack-top drapes. Mills says “inverted box pleats are often used in contemporary/modern and transitional rooms for a cleaner, tailored look. Panels with grommets are not as popular as they once were, but are [still] used in contemporary/modern applications.” For “that urban-modern feeling,” Nigara likes ripple-fold draperies. She adds that box pleats, a wider flattened pleat, are gaining popularity.
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