Custom Drapery in Parkland
Boca Del Mar’s Trust Source for Curtains & Drapes
Curtains and drapes are enduringly popular window coverings, adding warmth, drama, or whimsy to any room. Custom drapery from Gotcha Covered of Parkland and Boca Del Mar takes it to the next level, giving you picture-perfect window design along with practical benefits like privacy and light control. Our design consultants can help you create custom drapery that sets the tone for your home or business, whether that’s light and breezy, rich and opulent, or something in between. Drapery can be completely stylish and functional on its own or layered over blinds or shades to add depth and texture or enhance functionality.
Our design experts have worked with numerous customers in Parkland, Boca Del Mar, and the surrounding communities, getting to know their style and preferences and guiding them through the process of customizing the ideal curtains or drapes to suit their space. We have access to an extensive assortment of fabrics and textiles in countless patterns and colors, which allows us to design for virtually any budget or space to create something uniquely yours.
What Is Custom Drapery?
In design terms, drapery refers to soft window coverings and the hardware used to hang or style it. Curtain and drapes both fall under the category of drapery and, though many people use the terms interchangeably, they are technically different.
- Drapes are typically longer in length, often reaching the floor, and they are usually made from heavier or more formal textiles.
- Curtains tend to be shorter in length and are generally fashioned from thinner, lighter fabrics. They are usually left unlined.
When our design consultants customize drapery, we can help you create a complete look. This may include layered panels in coordinating or contrasting colors or patterns, decorative finials, hooks, tiebacks, matching rings, or valances.
Beyond aesthetics, we’ll take into account the way you use the space and any challenges you’d like to address. For instance, bedrooms or home theaters often benefit from lined drapes or blackout curtains to prevent glare or unwanted light. If you have a room with particularly drafty windows, insulating drapery can help regulate temperatures and save on energy costs.