Make a statement in any room with the addition of custom drapery. Choose drapes as your only window treatment, or combine drapery panels with another window blind or shade. Either way our 300 + fabrics and multiple drapery styles are sure to elevate your aesthetic. The draperies can be combined with our Roman shades as a coordinating accent or choose the exact same fabric to match your custom Roman shade.
Custom-crafted in the United States
300+ fashionable fabric options
9 custom styles
Luxurious 250% fullness
Custom lengths and custom widths
High-quality double turned side and bottom hems
Can be lined with black-out fabric for complete light control and privacy
Wall and ceiling mount options
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Frequently Asked Questions About Custom Drapery
What is Drapery?
Drapery refers to panels of fabric that cover your entire window, hanging from a ceiling or wall mount above the window down to the floor.
What is the Difference Between Curtains and Drapery?
Curtains is a more general term. It refers not just to drapery, but to other styles such as cafe curtains or window scarves that only offer partial window coverage.
What are the Dimensions of Drapery?
While these window treatments can be customized, panels and custom drapery are available in widths from 10” to 124” and heights from 10” to 235”. Measurements for wide-width sheers are 10” to 124” wide and 10” to 99” high.
What Kinds of Features Does Drapery Have?
Stoneside panels come in more than 300 fabrics and 9 header styles with header styles referring to the design at the top of the drapery. They also have 250% fullness for an elegant drape that also helps block light. For more light blocking capability, our panels can be lined with blackout fabric.
Why Should You Consider Custom Drapery for Your Home?
Drapery gives you another design element to work with in a room. You can pick a neutral shade to make a room appear more spacious, or a bold hue that enhances your color palette. Drapes are ideal for covering any large windows, whether they’re used alone or in conjunction with blinds or shades.