What height of window is best for Drapery in Santa Paula

What height of window is Ideal for Drapery
Drapery Cleaning in Santa Paula — I had a call recently from a gentleman who needed help with some drapes he bought at a big box store. He wanted to know whether could be sewn together to create them into a more panel for his two windows.
This is not the means, although I’m all about extending your decorating dollars. It is most likely safe to say these two story windows would be probably a focal point within the room, therefore store bought would stick out like a sore thumb.
Store bought curtains can never be expected to do what custom draperies can. They are mass produced and only come in standard lengths 63″, 84″, 95″, 96″ and 108″. Both story window is most likely going to be over 200″in the least; a mean of about 216″. I am sure that I don’t have to state the obvious that if you sew two drapes together, you will notice a seam running across it at the center of the curtain panel, and that is a dead giveaway that they were not designed for the window.
Store bought drapes are also not usually satisfactorily lined and interlined. The pleating at the header (if one exists) is usually sloppy and not tailored with buckram. They’re also usually not broad enough and they do not have drapery weights. These are some of the important bits that come together to make custom tailored panels up. Store bought curtains don’t take into consideration the wall and flooring are never flat and there has to be some tweaking onsite at installation
That is what you pay for if you hire a professional to design and create your custom drapery. We believe these variables after assessing your windows along with the surrounding walls, ceiling and flooring
In some cases we do drapery panels that are color-block, but those also require a layout plan to make sure the seams drop in just the right place on the walls, or the proportions operate well overall
Consider what is needed to install two narrative drapery panels. Its really is a much larger undertaking than many homeowners realize and they wonder the cost.
Some brave installer must get on a ladder (or scaffolding) to put in your new custom made draperies. He has to have a car big enough to transport a ladder. He has to have insurance. It will take a lot more time than it requires tools is properly secured to the walls plus lower windows

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