What drapery style should you choose? a) Grommet style panels feature a low maintenance design that is easy to open and close. Uniform pleats make this style a great choice for modern décor and geometric fabrics. b) Rod Pocket draperies are easy to style and are best when used as non-moving, decorative panels. Pockets create natural fullness and are best for all décor styles and fabric patterns. c) Pinch Pleat style panels are easy to open and attach with rings: Pleats give fabric more volume. Pinch Pleat panels are best for formal spaces and traditional patterns.
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Drapery Panels can be flat or they can have fullness. Fullness is the width of the fabric you use to cover your window. Store bought draperies typically have 100% fullness. 100% fabric is the exact width of the window. 200% fullness is 2 times the window width. 300% fullness is 3 times the window width and is best for sheers or lightweight fabrics.
How to Layer Draperies: a) Install double drapery brackets. b) Feed sheers onto adjustable rod. c) Place sheer rod onto brackets. d) Add 2nd rod for decorative panels. e) Attach hooks to drapery rings. f) Hang the 2nd decorative panel. g) Style draperies for a designer look.
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