Curtains / Draperies

Curtains and Draperies Page

We custom make a full line of draperies to meet your individual needs. We carry all the prints you need and the style you want. A great variety of texture and patterns are available. Draperies add beauty and elegance throughout your room or entire home.


Our selection of fabrics is everlasting and timeless. As window covering specialist we will come to your home or office and combine your existing good taste with fabric treatments that will complement each other.


Curtain and Drape Orders can only be placed over the phone or in person, due to the complexities that are involved with measurements, sizes, etc. You can place an order by calling 1-866-320-3223 toll-free. We're available 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Central Time, Monday to Friday and 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Central Time, Saturday.

 

Quick Links

  1. Header Options
  2. Hem Options
  3. Sheers
  4. Sheers - Stationery Panels
  5. Draperies
  6. Tiebacks
  7. Shades
  8. Rod Pocket Drapery Treatments
  9. Other Drapery Types


Header Options

Hem Options

Hem Options

back to top

 

Sheers

Sheers group 1

Sheers group 2

Sheers group 3

back to top

Sheers - Stationery Panels

Sheers - Stationery Panels

back to top

 

Draperies

Draperies

Draperies

Draperies

back to top

Tiebacks

Tiebacks

back to top

Shades

Shades

back to top

Rod Pocket Drapery Treatment

Rod Pocket Drapery Treatment from George N. Jackson

back to top

Other Drapery Types

French Pleat

 

This is the most common pleat used across North America. It is very practical in that it stacks up very well for traversng (moving) draperies. This is also the best pleat to use for pattern matched draperies, or for those situations where the draperies are pleated by pattern. Visually it provides the most even spacing even when adjusted so that seams are hidden. This pleat also provides the best appearance at overlaps and end returns. In situations where a drapery is covered by a valance so that the top is hidden, a FRENCH PLEAT should always be used. This pleat is also called a THREE FINGER PLEAT.

 

 

Flemish Pleat

 

This pleat is the traditional pleat for custom made draperies across Manitoba and parts of Saskatchewan. It provides a very rich appearance, but sacrifices some functionality to do so. It is beste used only on stationary drapes or valances as it does not traverse easily. The tacked-back nature of this pleat tends to make sligh discrepancies in the sides, overlaps, and end returns. This pleat is called a FLEMISH PLEAT.

 

 

Box Pleat

 

Box Pleats are most commonly used on valances or on stationary draperies. This pleat offers a flatter appearance than either French or Flemish Pleats, as the heading of the drapery is sewn down. The final look is similar to the inverted pleat other than the Box Pleat has the pleat show on the face of the drape. This pleat is commonly used in commercial applications and often has velcro attached to the back of the drapery.

**Please note that there is an exra charge to attach the velcro.

 

 

Inverted Pleat

 

The Inverted Pleat is similar to the Box Pleat except that the excess fabric on the Inverted Pleat is folded to the back of the drapery rather to the front. This type of pleat should only be used on stationary drapes or valances, as it does not traverse well. It provides a very flat finished look and is commonly used in commercial applications. The Inverted Pleat is often made with velcro attached to the back.

**Please note that there is an exra charge to attach the velcro.

 

 

back to top