Custom Drapery Quote

Our drapery panels are each made to order whether you go custom or choose one of our options listed in our online shop. Because of that, the sky is the limit on your project with our draperies able to meet any of your needs. If you have a project that falls outside of our standard lengths, widths or pleat styles, just fill out the form located at the bottom of this page and we'll be right back to you with an easy quote. Or if you need a little guidance, check out the below info on how to choose your details:

Photo courtesy of Daley Home Design showing Color Block Panel in Bone and Steel Grey.

First off, you'll need to figure out your sizing.

The most important part to get you an accurate quote is to know the length and width you'd need. If you're unsure on the length, you can estimate by considering your ceiling height. For width, if you know the width of your window, that should be sufficient for a basic quote as well. Just be sure to note that the measurement is your window width, not the width you need per panel.

If you'd like to read a little more about measuring your space, you can do that here.

Choosing your pleat style:

We have four standard pleat styles including Knife Pleat, Pinch Pleat, Euro Pleat and Clip Ring Pleat. Each is a bit different from the other in both look and functionality. Below is a quick view of each style including the type of drapery ring it is used with.

Knife Pleat --This type of pleat lends a more modern, casual and clean lined style to panels. It hangs on drapery rings using drapery pins that we apply to the back of the panel for easy installation. When pulled over your space, it will indeed pull flat unless you order your panels with additional width to them so that they retail fullness when closed.

Euro/Pinch Pleat --This pleat is a more dressed and formal pleat (with the euro pleat being able to go either formal or more casual). It also hangs on drapery rings using drapery pins that we apply to back of the panels. When pulled over your space, the pleats will retain in the panel, creating fullness in the panels even when closed. Because of this, you will order your panels the actual width they need to be to cover your space without needing to add extra width as it's already built into the panels.

Clip Ring Pleat --This pleat is the most casual pleat option using drapery rings that have clips attached to them. The panel hangs on the rings utilizing the clips. We recommend going no longer than 96" for the sake of weight an functionality of the clip rings.

Option #1: Choose from our standard panel styles in our online shop.

We offer standard styles located in our online shop seen below. You can choose from any of our linen colors for any of these options. Any pleat style is also available. We also offer custom options with our select patterns that you can browsehere. 

Option #2: Use your own fabric or trim (or both!)

We also have the option of using your own fabric or trim. The same pleat styles are offered as with Option #1. Or, if you have a specific pleat in mind that isn't listed, let us know. We likely can accommodate that as well. In order to get a quote back to you with yardage needs, let us know the vertical repeat of your fabric (usually listed wherever you'll be ordering your fabric from). The process upon placing your panel order is very easy and consists of you shipping your fabric directly to us from the fabric store, us making them for you per your specifications and shipping them directly to your front porch. Really easy!

We offer standard lengths and width options at this link but can also make them to any specific sizes you need as well.

Lastly, you'll need to consider your lining option.

We offer two standard linings: Cotton and Blackout. Both are premium quality linings that offer two different functions (light filtering vs. NO light shining through). Which you choose is completely up to your needs but we do prefer blackout always unless you specifically want light to show through your panels. 

We also offer interlining as an additional option to add to your panels as a second lining. It's a flannel like material that adds an insulating factor as well as plusher feel to your panels. It starts at $38 per panel for a single width.

Here's a quick video to show you the natural of each lining:

... and now you're all set

If you have any additional questions before submitting the below form for a quote, please don't hesitate to ask! Just click the chat button located at the bottom right. If we're not readily available, please leave your name and email address and we'll get back to you via email as soon as possible.