Custom Window Treatments
D. P. Interiors specialize in providing custom window treatment options that the customer desires for the interior space needing improvement. Whether it will be hard window treatments where material utilized will be wood or vinyl such as shades, blinds, and shutters or soft window treatments such as sheers, curtains, drapes, swags, valances or a combination of these treatment options known as “layered window treatment” we can cater to your every need.
Below are a few definitions of types of window treatment options available under custom window treatments:
- Drapery : Also referred to as curtains, can be used to create an elegant, casual or a sophisticated look. May draw across the rod or remain stationary on either or both sides of the window. Curtains come in a variety of shapes, materials, sizes, colors and patterns. Curtains vary according to clean-ability, ultraviolet light deterioration, oil and dust retention, noise absorption, fire resistance, and life span. Curtains may be moved by hand, with cords, or by utilizing motors with the press of a button.
- Sheer Curtains : A sheer curtain is one that is made from translucent (sheer) fabric. The sheerness of a fabric is expressed in 3 main characteristics (extremely rare, very thin, barely visible). The materials which can be made translucent include gossamer, silk, rayon or nylon. Sheer fabric comes in a wide variety of colors, but for curtains white and shades of white, such as cream, winter white, eggshell, and ivory are popular. They are sometimes referred to as privacy curtains; during the day they allow you to see from the inside out whilst preventing people outside from seeing directly into the space.
- Cornice : A cornice is any horizontal decorative molding that crowns a furniture element – the cornice over a door or window, or the cornice around the top edge of a pedestal or along the top of interior wall.
- Window Valance : A window valance is a form of window treatment that covers the uppermost part of the window and can hung alone or paired with window blinds or curtains. Valances are a popular decorative choice in concealing drapery hardware.