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Custom Crafted, Professionally Measured and Installed

Window treatments are our specialty! Custom window treatments frame the view and make your room complete. All of our designs are beautifully crafted in house with exceptional quality and detail. If you can imagine it, we can create it. Our custom workroom team will work with you personally to ensure that your designs are built to your specifications. Simply put, our talented craftspeople will make your design dreams come to life.

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Draperies

We offer over 15 drapery pleat styles including standard pinch pleat, European pinch pleat, goblet pinch pleat, grommet, ring top, rod pocket, tab top, tie top, and more... If you can imagine it, we can bring it to life! Call or stop in for a free consultation—you'll be glad you did!

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Swags, Cascades, and Jabots

Swags, cascades, and jabots come in all different arrangements, and have for years occupied the center stage of curtain making. Traditionally associated with heavily draped, large-scale windows, they have recently transitioned into a multitude of less formal variations. We will help harmonize the most beautifully colored fabrics with the perfect tassel to create the swag in its correct proportion, application, and form.

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Cornice Boards

Upholstered cornices are a great addition to any window. You can use cornices as a standalone window treatment or use them in combination with panels, soft shades, or window blinds. Cornices will give your window a highly custom look. The cornice will add luxurious details to any room. This scalloped shape has a very traditional European style and is a perfect selection for a more elegant feel.

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Valances

Balloon valances, Ascot valances, Italian valances, oh my! We do it all. Window valances are a popular decorative choice in concealing drapery hardware.

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Roman Shades

These versatile shades hang straight and fall into folds as they are raised. The flat Roman shade fits many different décors from contemporary to traditional to formal. To add interest to the blind, use contrast bands—perhaps a scalloped edge or a single permanent pleat at the bottom. We can create anything you can imagine.

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