We understand.  You’re a designer and you’ve got a lot to put together.  Your new project has a lot of details, you only have so much time and budget is always a concern.  You  know as well as anyone how much window treatments can assist your overall aesthetic – but they can also be time consuming, tough and, if you’re not careful, they can eat up your budget.  That’s when we come in.  When you use Drape98– particularly our product  – you don’t have to guess, you rarely have too long to wait and it’s reasonably priced.  We manage it for you.  We do what we can to make it easy and quick.  But… will our “in the box” treatments work with your design?  It has to look good – it can’t look off the shelf!  Yes, we think our drapery, fabric and hardware will match up to any other treatment available and not only that, we think it can also enhance your design!

Posted are photos of  installations we’ve completed for some VERY talented designers who incorporated Drape98 product into their room designs.

The Nursery

Our linen, our hardware, custom design

Dale E. Trice principle and owner of Design in Santa Rosa, FL,  dressed up a nursery using our window products.  We fabricated in Drape98 stock “White” linen and banded using our in stock “Inca” linen.  The hardware is ours too.  Panels are mounted on our custom, stock bronze rod, rings and capped with our simple, ball finial.   Best of all – everything was delivered and installed within 2-3 weeks –  So our delivery made “THE delivery”!

How about this completely custom redesigned home in Nashville, TN?

Carefully chosen interiors - our drapes - our hardware

Carefully chosen interiors- Our Drapes- Our Hardware

Kay Douglass, designer and owner of the Atlanta’s renowned South of Market,  called us to help with this  home project because the client wanted a “look” without the price tag and, with lots of details to manage long distance, Kay asked us to take over the window.  We handled it all- providing measurements, treatments and installation for the entire house within a 3 week time frame!!!

Our "Stocked" cotton fabric/ Our hardware

In addition to creating treatments  throughout the house, Kay’s design in the living room utilized customer appointed, white linen with Drape98 fabrication and hardware and the den is enhanced by our stock cotton “Tweed” fabric.  Everything is strung on our custom Ebony hardware.

Easy and affordable!

And as a final example, check out this outdoor porch in Atlanta.  Designer Monica Eith came to us because we are experts on grommets and custom outdoor treatments. (We do so many in our Florida location.)

Her client wanted the porch transformed into another, usable room.  We went right to work.  You can’t really tell from the photo, but this porch is  a large and tricky space, with varying ceiling heights and floor levels.   Monica wanted a “continual” rod look, so we designed a hardware system using our stock bronze hardware (outdoor treated) and fabricated bronze gommet panels in our offered “Mist Wren” Sunbrella fabric.  The panels help cool in the summer and hold in heat during the winter.  As a result, this porch is transformed into a truly magnificent space that has become one of the most used and loved rooms in the house!  Client thrilled, designer relieved – done!

Room outdoors!

This screened porch becomes another room - with our outdoor, grommet product!

Yes!  Our designed product can work within today’s room designs.   We have terrific styles that are easy to incorporate into whatever your decor.  Our “IN THE BOX” products can work with custom design.  What do you think?


Grommet panels cover - add warmth to a cozy dining area

We were thrilled to be a part of the West Egg Cafe’ renovation.  This popular eatery and gathering spot on the Atlanta’s west side is a terrific place to get a smooth cup of joe and good, southern eats.  Ben and Jen Johnson, proprietors, collaborated with Square Feet Studio to renovate the new West Egg space  The design team kept it clean and cozy- using lots of subway tiles, school-house fixtures and furnishings with warm finishes.  Drape98 was commissioned to provide grommet panels to help soften this crisp, commercial space.

Our first charge was a large bank of windows on the west side of the cafe’ that provided wonderful natural light, but, in the afternoon, let in some blinding rays.  The owners and design team wanted flexibility – let light in during the a.m. but offer some shade from the afternoon sun.  Drapes are always a great looking, affordable, functional option. By adding wall to wall, bronze grommet panels that easily open and close (we minimized brackets needed by installing a 1 1/4″ diameter rod), the drapes dimmed the afternoon rays when shut and soften each dividing pane while open.  The result is a wall of drapery that looks stunning both stacked and fully drawn.

In addition to open dining area, Ben and Jen added a communal dining table near the entrance that could be used for group dining or meetings.  The talented designers at Square Feet Studio, suggested we suspend grommet panels on either side of the communal area- providing and space definition.  To stay consistent, we again used 1 1/4″ round, Drape98 Stock Iron Hardware, with partial ceiling and wall mount brackets ( part of the ceiling was a dropped soffet) and bronze grommeted panels made from durable, Khaki fabric.

A communal dining area is defined with large panels- providing functionality and warmth to this terrific space! (And it's hard to even see the brackets!)

Upon entry, the new West Egg Cafe’ space is warm and inviting and we like to think that our drapery adds to the overall esthetic.  In fact, we’ve had several calls from West Egg diners who want this look in their homes!

In the area?  Make sure to check out West Egg Cafe for a relaxed, urban diner experience all while consuming some darn good food.  Check out their menu, location and hours at http://www.westeggcafe.com.