FAQ

Pinch Pleated Drapes, You are going to measure across the front of the “existing drapery rod” from tip-to-tip. Do not measure around the ends of the drapery rod or the drapery rod brackets. This is called the return and we will add that for you. Just measure across the front of the drapery rod only from one tip-to-tip. We add the Overlap and Returns to the drapes for you. Overlap is where the drapes meet in the middle. Returns are the part of the drapes that wrap around the end of the drapery rod.

SECONDLY, Measure from the top center of the “existing drapery rod” down to where you want the drapes to end up hanging. The drapes are made to the finished height you select. If you have a standard traverse rod currently hanging, measure from the top of the drapery rod to where you are going to want the drape to hang too. For a custom rod, you are going to measure from 1 inch above the whole the drapery pin is going to be inserted. After you have your sizes, you can select a Pair or Panel. A Pair is 2 Pieces that will cover that area. A Panel is One Piece that will cover that area. For Pinch Pleated style, we add 2 to 2 and half times the width of fabric so the drapes hang correctly and flow nicely.

Grommet Top Drapes, you are going to measure the rod from tip-to-tip. Then, you will measure from the top of the rod to the height you would like them to hang. After you have your sizes, you can select a Pair or Panel. A Pair is 2 pieces that will cover that area. A Panel is one piece that will cover that area. For Grommet Top style, we add 1 and half to 2 times the width of fabric so the drapes hang correctly and flow nicely.

Pocket Top Drapes, you are going to measure the rod from tip-to-tip. Then, you will measure from the top of the rod to the height you would like them to hang. After you have your sizes, you can select a Pair or Panel. A Pair is 2 pieces that will cover that area. A Panel is one piece that will cover that area. For Pocket Top style, we add 1 and half to 2 times the width of fabric so the drapes hang correctly and flow nicely.

How to Measure for Pinch Pleated Drapes

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