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Window Coverings

Designer window coverings can take your interior design up a notch by providing a special finishing touch that truly makes a room feel complete. Choosing fabrics that are both functional and fashionable can be a challenge. And knowing which design elements to incorporate — box pleat, tape trim, ripple fold etc. — can make all the difference in the finished project. But with the right guidance and design, the resulting transformation will make your room unforgettable.

Even something as simple as a yoga studio or exercise space can benefit from using different fabric patterns and textures, like on these ripple fold drapes, to give the room a deeper sense of personality.
The whimsical gold fabric of the drapes complements both the rich blues in the room and highlights the warm wood accents.
custom valances
With floor-to-ceiling windows, the line between outside and in blurs. A colorful box pleat valance offers a hint of playfulness, without adding any bulk, for a streamlined look. Tossing in pillows, with the same print as the custom valance, polishes off the space.
custom curtains
Thoughtfully chosen hues of blue in the custom floor-to-ceiling draperies help liven this dining room. Added patterned décor pieces in the same color scheme round out the look.
The box pleat valances in this dining room add to the subtle sophistication of the space and mirror the neutral color palette of the wood and upholstery on the chairs. Light-filtering blinds create a calming effect.
The buttery yellow fabric of the inverted pleat drapes complement the stunning blue walls in this gathering space and draw the eye upward, enhancing the architecture of the angled ceiling.
custom curtains
A new hue twist on the standard blue and orange primary colors adds some flair in this child's room. A fabric cornice board above the window adds depth when paired with short, blue panel drapes.
custom curtains
Swirls and colors are used for the valences and the drapery at the sliding door. The purple and blue tones match perfectly with the rest of the decor.
custom valances
Neutral earth tones in these custom box pleat valances and drapes are also found throughout the room in the bedding, carpet, walls and furniture. The neutral color palette creates an emphasis on texture.
This box pleat valance was chosen to play off the earthy colors right outside the window.
The blue and cream hues of the tailored pleat draperies harmonize with the wall art and overall palette of the bedroom.
Boulder County Custom Window Coverings
Custom drapes adorn the patio door and coordinating valances dress up the windows. Gold detailing in the fabric adds warmth.
White Hawk Sitting Rm Horizontal
A view like this is worth showing off! Using a “less is more” concept for window coverings helps highlight the sweeping views of the mountains. A neutral color scheme keeps the eyes on the home’s outdoor surroundings.
The striking blue silk triple pleat curtain, used here as an accent with browns and creams, frames the dining room window. The curtain trim pattern complements the slightly Moroccan feel of the chair back. The blue drapery are layered over a textured sheer to soften the light and add privacy without blocking the light.