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These custom pleated draperies are an incredible value! You won't find fully-lined custom pleated drapes of this quality for a lower price anywhere else.
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Our drapery panels are available in two widths: Single and Double.
To decide which panel width will work for your window, you should measure the width of your window (outside trim measurement).
A pair of single-width drapes has a combined pleated width of approximately 50 inches. Each panel is approximately 25 inches wide. The panels are center draw and include overlap and returns.
A pair of our single-width panels will cover a window that is up to 42 inches wide (outside trim measurement) including overlap and returns.
A pair of double-width drapes has a combined pleated width of approximately 110 inches. Each panel is approximately 55 inches wide. The panels are center draw and include overlap and returns.
A pair of our double-width panels will cover a window that is up to 85 inches wide (outside trim measurement) including overlap and returns.
That means that they close fully for privacy or to block light and should still look full even when closed. For great-looking, functional drapes, we recommend selecting single-width panels only if your window width is no more than about 40 inches wide (outside trim measurement), and we recommend selecting double width draperies only if your window is no more than 80 inches wide (outside trim measurement).
Side Panels are drapes that aren’t intended to fully close and are mainly for decorative purposes. Our single-width drapery panel and double-width drapery panels look beautiful as decorative side panels on wider windows! Side Panels are an inexpensive alternative to functional draperies, and remember it's up to you to decide how much of your window you want to cover.
It's best to decide where to install your rod first.
Even if you haven’t installed your drapery hardware yet, you’ll need to consider your drapery rod placement before you select the width and length of your drapes. Rods are usually mounted at least 4 to 6 inches above the top and extend at least 4 to 5 inches beyond either side of the window frame. Most drapes look best if installed at least 6 inches above the window frame and and extending the rod about 10 inches on either side of the trim to create the illusion of wider and taller windows. If you decide to use this recommendation, you’ll need to select the appropriate panel width based on your rod width, not your window width.
It is better to hang your drapery panels high and wide. Hanging your drapes too low and too narrow may crowd the window and make it appear smaller.