CUSTOM Curtains and drapes for your windows
Bringing Your Curtain & Drapery Designs to Life
Drapery and curtains offer a classic, timeless look to any room. Warmer and softer than traditional blinds and shutters, drapery offers nearly unlimited customization with endless colors, styles, patterns, and textures. At Gotcha Covered, we’re proud to offer custom draperies and curtains for any home.
Regardless of your budget, we can help you find the perfect look for your home or office. We’re happy to provide you with a comprehensive range of fabric options or install drapes in a fabric of your choosing. We work closely with you and our workroom to ensure that, no matter the look you’re going for, we not only meet but completely exceed your expectations.
How much do custom drapery panels cost?
The cost of custom drapes and curtains varies widely depending on the fabric and size of the window. If you’re looking to add custom tie backs, valances or other soft window treatment hardware, it will be an additional cost. At Gotcha Covered, we offer custom drapery in silks, faux silks, brocades, micro suedes, and cotton.
What is the difference between curtains and drapes?
Curtains and drapes are very similar because they are both hanging fabric fixtures, usually sold in pairs to hang on either side of a window. The big difference between custom window curtains and drapes is that the latter are typically heavier and lined with additional fabric, typically to block out more light. Additionally, drape aesthetics are more formal while curtains tend to be more simple.
Should curtains touch the floor?
For most rooms and windows, yes – your curtains should reach the ground! There are special situations in which floor-length curtains may not make sense or hinder functionality, such as kitchen and bathroom windows or small windows above furniture and counters. In all situations, you should avoid curtains that end between the windowsill and floor.
Which is better: Drapes or Curtains?
Deciding between drapes or curtains depends largely on the individual needs and aesthetics of your space. If you're looking for a more formal appearance and the added function of blocking out more light, drapes with their heavier and lined fabric would be the superior choice. On the other hand, if you prefer a simpler and often lighter approach to window dressing, curtains may be the better option. Ultimately, both drapes and curtains offer unique advantages, and the best choice will align with your specific requirements, tastes, and the overall design of your room.