We specialize in creating stunning drapery treatments with a selection of exquisite fabrics. We offer an extensive selection of drapery hardware to complement your style.
Accent On Windows is the source for all your interior design needs.
Rods & Finials
Valances / Cornices
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.
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
Shower Curtains / Cubical curtains
Above products can be made for residential and commercial use. Fire Retardant and stain repellant treatments available for most fabrics.