A bedroom should be a peaceful sanctuary. Our custom bedding can provide the comforting home feeling, everyone should enjoy in their bedroom. When people are unhappy, with the design of their bedroom, it can result in restlessness. Our custom bedding creates a happy place to rest your head each and every night.
The keyword in custom bedding is custom. Every single person is unique and as a result, have different fashion tastes. Our custom bedding can be optimized to match the style of all our customers.
Every component of our custom bedding can be created with more than 350 of our fabrics. Our huge selection can provide a custom bedding designer look, without having to hire a pricey professional. In the rare event a customer doesn’t fall head over heels in love with one of our designer fabrics, we can use the personal fabric of a customer for their custom bedding.
There are several different components to our custom bedding. The fabrics you choose for each element of custom bedding will create a designer fashion look.
The five components to our amazing custom bedding are custom comforters, duvet covers, coverlets, bedspreads, dust ruffles as well as several sham styles and unlimited number of custom designed pillows. All components can be created with our selection of more than 350 fabrics, or customer supplied fabrics.
Like all of our products, our custom bedding comes with phenomenal customer service. We want to make your custom bedding purchase effortless.
We are proud of every happy testimonial we receive regarding our custom products. All of our potential customers are encouraged to order swatches prior to placing an order.
Please visit our contact us page or simply pick up the phone to call us if you have any questions.
Once you have chosen the perfect fabric for your bed why not include some matching throw pillows, shams, and window treatments? We can also customize shower curtains for bathrooms connected to your bedroom. Make your room complete with custom bedding.
Whether you are bedspread kind of person or a comforter or possibly duvet kind of person we have you covered when it comes to custom made bedding. And since we know that not all mattresses and box springs are the same size in height, we know that everyone needs a different size for their custom bedding. Continue reading…
Decorative trims and tassels are a popular addition to many of today’s window treatments and accessories. We offer several different types of trims, fringes and tassels that can be incorporated onto many of the pillows, table decor and window treatments we fabricate.
When a product description states that it has self cording or contrast cording (also known as a welt) it simply means that we have taken a standard ¼” cotton cord and have covered the cord in a fabric and have sewn the fabric onto the cord.
When ordering rod pocket curtains you will need to decide on the size you want for the header and rod pocket. The rod pocket size should be made so that when you put your rod into the pocket the panel is fairly snug fitting.
You definitely do not want to use a standard 1” rod with a 3” rod pocket, the curtain will not stay shirred properly and will look flat.
A 1 ½” rod pocket should be used on a standard 1” curtain rod or with a decorative rod 13/16” diameter or smaller.
A 3” rod pocket should be used on a standard 2 ½” continental or dauphine rod or on a decorative rod 1 3/8” – 1 ½ ” diameter.
We suggest using a 3” rod pocket when you have full length drapes and have no intention of using a valance over your curtain panels and use a 1 ½” rod pocket when you intend on using a top treatment over your drapes.
The header size is usually determined if you are intending is using a top treatment or not. If using a top treatment we suggest ordering panels with out a header. If the panels are to stand alone panels then the header size can range from no header (for a more contemporary look) to either a 1” or 2” header based on personal preference.
The header is the ruffling part of the panel that sits above the rod.
Measuring for your board mounted valance is quite easy. First you need to determine if you are planning on hanging panels underneath the treatment.
If no panels are to be hung then you need to measure from point A to point B. Point A is where you want the valance to start and point B is where you want the valance to stop. That’s it – you’re done.
When no panels are to be hung under the valance, it is best to have the valance look form fitted, about an 1” wider than the actual window or window molding (if you have molding).
If you do plan on having panels under your valance, you will need to decide if you want the drapes to hang in front of your window or stacked off the window.
If you choose to stack the drapes off the window and you have the wall space to do it, then you will need to order the board mounted valance wider to accommodate the drape width.
This will give of course make your window appear wider than it really is, which many people like to do. A standard 50” wide rod pocket panel when dressed in at about 2-2 ½ times fullness will take up 20-24” of wall space for each panel.
Keep in mind you will want to start the panel at the windows edge (not the molding edge). So if your molding is 3” in width and panel will take up let’s say 22” less 3” (molding) = 19” additional width on each side in order to stack the panel off your window.
When hanging drapes under a board mounted treatment you should order a 5 ½” projection so that you have enough clearance to mount the valance over the drapes. If no drapes are to be hung, then a standard 3 ½” projection will suffice.