- Rods & Finials
- Drapery Styles
- Valances / Cornices
- Fabric Shades
- Fabric Co-ordinates
- Trim / Tassels / Fringe
Draperies / Rods
- We design draperies and valances to enhance, complement and accent your interior settings.
- Draperies are full length, lined, pleated or un-pleated panels that traverse open and closed on a drapery track or rod.
- Drapery hardware is the next important element in creating your drapery design.
- At Accent On Windows we have the ability to meet the simplest to the most discriminating drapery needs.
- Accent On Windows offers a comprehensive line of drapery hardware made in the USA and from European manufacturers.
- The rods satisfy a broad range of needs and individual design preferences.
- Rods are metal, wood or resin to meet all drapery and style needs.
- We offer Kirsh, Graber, Gould, House Parts. Paris-Texas, Finial Company, and JAB.
- Motorized rods from Somfy and Silent Gliss.
- Pinch Pleat
- Goblet pleat
- Continental Pleat
- Rod Run
- Ring Top
- Tab Top
- Euro Pleat
- Bohemian Pleat
- Champagne Pleat
- Cuffed Top
- All drapery styles listed can be customized with trim or banding.
- It is important to understand fiber content when selecting your drapery style and fabric.
- At Accent On Windows we take all these qualities into consideration when helping you select your style and fabric for window treatments.
- A valance is a soft fabric treatment. It can be used alone or in conjunction with full length panels or shades.
- Valances frame windows, adds or reinforces detail or shape, covers unsightly hardware, manipulates the height and width of a window, and unifies the appearance of different types of under treatments used in the same room.
- Valance styles include- Board mounted, Rod mounted, Swags, Jabots, and cornices.
- Creating beautiful window treatments is all about knowing how to make the right choices.
- Fabric shades, known as Roman Shades, are versatile window coverings that can be used themselves or in combination with any number of over valance treatments.
- There are many styles of Roman Shades; however some of the most popular are casual, flat, hobbled, balloon, and Austrian.
- If specifying shades in a space where children are present, consider safety concerns related to shade cords. Always specify continuous cords, cordless or motorization.
- Other uses for fabrics to harmonize with your drapes and valances.
- Bedding‐comforters, shams, dust ruffles, headboards, bedspreads and pillows
- Slipcovers‐chairs, couches, indoor/outdoor
- Accent Pillows‐Bolsters
- Shower Curtains / Cubical curtains
- Above products can be made for residential and commercial use. Fire Retardant and stain repellant treatments available for most fabrics.