Ever find yourself monthly picking up a Southern Living or Better Homes and Gardens magazine to look through? Or searching the web feverishly looking at pages of immaculately decorated houses wondering what it would be like to live there?
Ask most decorators and they will tell you to always have your window valance (the shirred/gathered style) to be 2 ½ times fullness. This means if your rod is 40” wide, you would want a 100” wide valance (ie: 40 x 2.5 = 100).
While we agree with this most of the time, there are some gathered window valances that look better when they are not so full. For one, balloon style valances when using too much fabric will not look as they should, they will look crowded and droopy.
We also feel that thicker linen type fabrics do not necessarily need to be at industry standards to achieve a custom full appearance. What is most important to some people is not as important to others.
While fullness is often associated with custom draperies and valances, some customers prefer to see more of the actual fabric print, which if the fabric is quite full they will lose.
We list on our website what fullness we suggest for all our gathered styled valances. When in doubt, feel free to send us a quick email or phone call to help you determine the best size to order.
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.
A swag pelmet is a decorative accent piece that we fabricate in the same fabrics as your jabots. Pelmets come in many different styles and sizes, however, we fabricate ours in a pleated fashion to coordinate with our pleated jabots.
Most people who use pelmets with swag and jabots are after a more formal appearance for their room. Pelmets are used typically wherever two swags meet and don’t overlap and can be used on top of or underneath the swags.
Duvet covers are a popular choice in custom bedding. They can easily be fabricated as a reversible cover that you can use on either side in your bedroom.
Make sure you have a dust ruffle that will coordinate with the fabric on both sides of the duvet cover.
Top that with window valances and curtains fabricated in one or both fabrics on the duvet or in the same fabric as your dust ruffle and you can easily give your room a subtle alternating look each day!