Drapery panels finish a room. Functional panels provide privacy and insulation for your windows, helping with heating and cooling costs and prevent harmful UV rays from damaging furnishings and floors. Stationary panels help to soften a room and add color by framing the window.
Linen panels with stationary roman shades for a 5 section bow window
close up of the linen panels and roman shades. Panels pleated in traditional 3 finger pleats. Pattern motif flows from the panels to the stationary roman shades.
Ripplefold panels hung from a recessed ceiling. This is one side of the window, with panels partially open.
Wide view of the Ripplefold panels on a 26' wide wall of windows.
close up of banding and pleats
Stationary panels with Euro pleats and contrast banding on the lead edges
Attached valance on panels have contrast fabric in the tucks and bullion trim on the bottom
Stationary panels with bump interlining, Euro pleats, and tassel fringe on the lead edges. Functional sheer roman shades are directly beneath stationary roman shades
Single width panels in a silk Buffalo check drawn to the side with pouf top headers
Tab style panels with gathered gray silk, gray leather for the tab/band with rhinestone buttons embellishing the bottom of the band.