Custom Designed Drapes & Curtains establish a beautiful setting in your home and add a layer of luxury to any interior. Our drapery specialists will help you choose from an extensive selection of fabrics and help you select the appropriate liners, and pleats to fit your style and coordinate them perfectly with your home interior.
The Pinch Pleat is the most traditional style for a traversing drape.
The Two Finger Crown Pleat style has the folds of each pleat attached at the top.
Similar to the traditional pinch pleat, the Two Finger Pinch Pleat has two folds for each pleat instead of three.
The Inverted Pleat is a stylish new twist on the traditional drapery.
More full and round than any other pleat, the Goblet Pleat Style gives a robust body to the drapery panel.
This is a modern version of the Goblet Pleat Style. The round folds of the pleats will give your drapery a full appearance.
Tight and neat, the Crown Pleat gives a nice minimalist look to the drapery.
The Box Pleat Style is a more modern interpretation of a pleated drapery.
The Ripple Fold is an ultra-contemporary pleated traversing drapery panel.
Clean and simple, the Rod Pocket Style is suited for stationary panels that are not intended to traverse.
The Traditional Tab Top Style is a popular choice for either stationary panels or occasional hand traversing.
Grommet Style draperies are soft folding panels in which a decorative pole passes through grommets at the top of the panel.
Customer's Own Material
Exclusive to interior designers, our C.O.M. (customers own material) program allows designers to source their own fabric for their clients.
Two Tone Drapes
Choose two similarly weighted fabrics from our fabric collections and specify where you want the seam.
We offer premium liners that offer the perfect amount of light filtering or room darkening properties.
Velvet, Linen & Sheers
Coeur Window Covering’s fabric selection is truly endless. We are sure to have the fabric to make your space reflect your taste.
Quick Tip: Adding drapery panels dresses up empty wall space & reduces echo in larger rooms. Panels also eliminate light bleed along the outside edges of blinds and shades. This is especially helpful in bedrooms with sensitive sleepers.