Among homeowners across the country, drapery has become a household favorite for window treatments thanks to their simple functionality and the gorgeous textural element they can offer a home’s interior design. And side panels are a perfect complement, allowing you to tie your home’s window treatments together on every window—even those that are too small for a full set of drapes. Speaking of completing the look, along with both draperies and side panels, Hirshfield’s also offers custom window treatment hardware to provide the cherry on top of your home’s gorgeous new window treatment addition.
At Hirshfield’s, we offer endless customization options for your home’s draperies. Our custom draperies can be puddled, pleated, tied, or any combination of the three. We offer a huge selection of colors and pleat styles, allowing you to personalize your drapery look to your exact specifications.
Draperies are often installed on large windows to be a highlight of a room’s interior design—but what about smaller windows on which you’d like to install matching window treatments, but not another set of drapery? Enter: side panels. Our side panels can be crafted to match your custom drapery to a T, offering your home a pulled-together and comprehensive look.
Your drapery’s hardware makes just as much of an aesthetic impact as the drapery itself. Consider the difference between a dark metal rod with elegant endcaps and a light wood rod with understated endcaps—both would offer your home a distinctly different look. That’s why we at Hirshfield’s offer a vast selection of window treatment hardware. When you turn to us, you’ll have the opportunity to customize your new window treatments 100%, resulting in total satisfaction.
Have questions about our draperies, side panels, or window treatment hardware, or simply want to learn more about our superb window treatment offerings? Contact us today!
Window treatments are central to a room’s character and draperies add to its charm. Custom Draperies and Side Panels can be made to be pleated, puddled, tied, or even all three at once.
Custom window treatments are not complete without custom hardware. Choose from a variety of finishes, material, and styles to make your custom treatments stand out.