1. What Information Should I Have Before Coming in for a Quote?
The specific type of window treatment you want, the length and width of the window (the area you want covered), what type of fabric and if there is a pattern repeat.
If you are not comfortable with measuring and installation, we have several subcontractors we can refer you to.
2. What is a Valance?
A valance is a decorative top treatment for dressing a window. It can add height, color, and elegance to the room. The style of window treatment will depend on the clients taste and needs. This can include tailored window treatments with clean classic lines.
There are many different types of Valance, below are a few of the more common types we design.
Boxed Pleated or Tailored Valances: a more contemporary look consisting of a flat valance with inverted flat pleats that range 10 inches to 25 inches apart depending on the client’s tastes and fabric choice.
Swag and Jabot Valances: consist of two parts, the swag and the jabot. The swag is the centerpiece that swags down in the center. The jabots are the cascading tails on either side of the swag. The jabot’s cascade varies depending on the client’s preference.
3. What is a Roman Shade?
A Roman shade is a shade made of fabric that folds up as it is pulled up with a draw string.
4. What is a Cornice?
A window cornice consists of a framework of wood padded and covered with the clients fabric choice. The cornice can be straight or cut to form a pattern. It can stand alone or be used as a top treatment to go over draperies or blinds.
What should I do my measurements in, metric or standard?
How Long Does it Take to Complete My Order Once We Have Agreed on the Job?
A typical job runs three to five weeks.
Does it Matter from which Direction the Window Light is Coming In?
Do You Charge Extra for Creating a Design?
No, but we do charge extra for ugly.
Can I Bring You the Materials for the Project Instead of Purchasing it from You?