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How to measure for curtains? Click here. 

All orders are custom made: We guarantee the best prices on custom curtains by sourcing fabrics directly from manufacturers. Each quantity indicates one panel.

Turn-around time: Usually between 10 to 15 Business Days (2-3 Weeks) until the curtains are ready to ship. For current lead time please check here. For free shipping, we use UPS Ground or USPS Priority to ship, which takes 2-7 days depending on location.

Headings

  • Ripple fold style, please go to custom ripple fold
  • Rod pocket - Tape style can also be hung flat, clipped or hooked to rings and carriers to create pleats. Multiply your coverage width by 1.5-2.5 to create the fullness you desire. The tape pocket opening is approx. 2.625". It will fit a rod 1.25" in diameter when slipped over the rod. Please see our heading style guide for more info.
  • All pleated styles have fullness built-in. No need to add fabrics to the coverage width. Please see our measuring guide for more info.
  • Grommet comes in silver and antique bronze. Multiply your coverage width by 1.5-2.5 (2 times the fullness is recommended) to create the fullness you desire. Grommet inner diameter is 1.5", will fit a rod with a diameter of 1.4" or less.

Lining: The finished lining length is roughly 1.25" shorter than the finished length of the drapery panel as it is the industry standard. By default, linings are sewn on the top, left and right side of the panel. If you have specific needs, please let us know!

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Questions: Customer service available every day from 9 am to 6 pm Pacific Standard Time.
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Fabric Collections

All our fabrics comply with OEKO-tex standard 100. They do not contain any harmful substances and are in harmony with the environment. Belgian linen fabrics, sourced from the finest linen mill in Belgium, carry the Belgian Linen label and Masters of Linen label. For more info on our fabric collections, read our blog post.

Material Light blocking

Lot width
(inches)

Character
 Flow 
 $
Polyester Diffuse light 110 NFPA-701 certified fire retardant, open weaved, soft, breezy
 Antwerp
 $$
100% Belgian linen Diffuse light 118 Linen weave, soft, beach
 Breeze 
 $
Polyester Diffuse light 110 Voile, soft, smooth finish
 Mist 
 $
Polyester Diffuse light 110 Tightly weaved, minimal, coastal
 Lille 
 $$
100% Belgian linen 25% 110 Natural weave, easy care, smooth finish, beach
 Grace 
 $$
Linen blend 30%-35% 110 Linen weaved, textured, elegant, rustic
 Canvas 
 $$
Cotton blend 40% 110 Cross weaved, modern, sleek
 Lush 
 $$
Polyester 40%-90% depending on the color 110 Ultra-soft, satin finish, Parisian, luxury, classic
 Soothe 
 $$
Nylon blend 30%-40% 55 Short pile, chenille texture, soft, cozy 
 Luster 
 $$
Polyester 40% 55 Luminous silky finish, Parisian, eclectic
 Spa 
 $$$
100% Belgian linen 30% 114 Ultra-soft laundered linen, Textured linen weave
 Noble
 $$$
Cotton blend 40%-70% 55 Ultra-soft velvet, traditional, rich color, elegant
 Block 
 $
Polyester 90% blackout 118 Smooth finish, sleek, versatile
 Mood 
 $$
Polyester 90% blackout 110 Basket weaved, textured finish
 Solid
 $$
Polyester 100% blackout 110 Tightly weaved, matte, minimal, functional
 Valencia
 $$
Linen blend 40% 110 Floral embroidered, eclectic, Moroccan, tropical
 Stark
 $$
Polyester 100% 110 Cross weaving, functional, heavy duty, waterproof
 Paradise
 $$
Polyester 60% 110 Feather pattern, jacquard, elegant, nature, traditional
 Herringbone
 $$
Polyester 40% 110 Herringbone pattern, geometric, elegant, playful


 Flanders
 $$$

100% Belgian linen
30% 55
Stonewashed, stain proof, smooth soft finish, full privacy
 Hummingbird
 $$
Viscose blend 40% 55 Jacquard weave, geometric


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How to measure for curtains?

To ensure that curtain panels look ample when closed, they should have a combined width that is 2 to 2.5 times the width of the window/rod. That means if you are ordering Grommet style or Rod-pocket style, the total drapery width should be at 2 to 2.5 times window/rod widths.

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