Custom Window Treatments

Various styles and designs of window treatments and hardware, overseen, measured and installed by Installations Etc. for Interior designers in the San Diego area.
Draperies
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Lined and bump interlined stationary inverted box pleated side panels designed to hide the bulky blackout draperies breaking slightly at the floor. Ceiling mounted stainless steel hardware with motorized traversing and curved black out draperies beneath. The motorized draperies are integrated into the home control system. Photo by: Installations Etc Larry Watts
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Stationary silk side panels with a contrasting silk border at the top and down the sides hung from decorative wrought Iron medallions. The treatment is lined and interlined with bump. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“Hardware” — lorettaambrosio
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Floor to ceiling, pinch pleated traversing draperies with contrasting banding at the bottom. The draperies are installed on Kirsch Architrac hardware. Photo by: Larry Watts
“Chairs” — aet19119
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Inverted box pleated stationary side panels with hand traversed blackout draperies beneath. Mounted on European style double stainless steel hardware. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“Good for corner windows. The large print gives the neutral decor some POP!” — Wayne Powers
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Stationary side panels mounted on wrought iron hardware with woven woods beneath for privacy and light control. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“two toned” — kevenv
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Slant top stationary draperies of embroidered silk taffeta lined and interlined with bump and hung from decorative wood medallions to frame arched top windows puddled at floor. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“Office window” — acrumpton
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Stationary Veranda Panels of silk taffeta, lined and interlined with bump, mounted at bottom of crown molding and puddled at carpeting. Contrasting banding at heading and each side hem with large tassels sewn into heading. Attached to wall by concealed rings sewn into heading. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
Draperies
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Euro pleated sheer draperies with sewn in ties attached to contoured iron rod installed to accent the arched top of the doors. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“bedroom?” — kayladh
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Stationary arched top draperies installed on curved iron pole from Orion Ornamental Iron to match contour of window. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“arched draperies on iron rod” — Spring Crest Drapery & Design
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Inverted subtle striped linen box pleated valance installed over motorized sheers and overdraperies using BTX hardware and breaking slightly at carpet. Small roman shade to cover side window. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“Inverted subtle striped linen box pleated valance installed over motorized sheers and overdraperies” — BTX Window Automation
Draperies
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Euro pleated draperies made to follow curvature of custom made iron pole to match window.
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Pleated silk draperies installed under soft valance. All panels operate simultaneously on one traverse rod curved to fit contour of bay. Slightly puddled at floor. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“New valance” — cgawlikowski
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Pleated draperies hung from bamboo pole with wrought iron finials over woven woods for light control and privacy.
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Stationary Veranda Panel draperies with contrasting fabric sewn into side hems hung from spiral brass hardware and rings. Photo by: Larry Watts
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Stationary curved top pleated draperies of silk taffeta, curved to fit contour of recessed area, lined and interlined, with belly swag overlay. Attached to, decorative iron medallions and puddled at floor. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“side panels on arch doors, with medallions” — Spring Crest Drapery & Design
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Inverted box pleated, lined and interlined draperies over swag valance. Puddled at floor.
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Inverted box pleated valances over stationary side panels and traversing sheer draperies mounted beneath.
“Draperies” — Ann Re
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Contemporary styled inverted box pleated stationary side panels with traversing hand drawn blackout liners beneath. European styled stainless steel hardware.
“reverse pleat” — kevenv
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Linen slant top draperies with floral border at hem hung from decorative iron medallions and held back with matching medallions to frame view. Installation was into concrete at a difficult height. Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Photo by: Larry Watts
“Drapes” — Brenda Gomez
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Pleated chenille side panels attached to wall with concealed rings and no visible hardware. Shaped to fit curvature of window.
“slider arch” — The Window Valet of Indianapolis
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Stationary side panels with large contrasting cuff at heading installed on decorative wrought iron poles and matching rings. Woven wood shades mounted inside the window casings to provide privacy and light control when needed.
“The curtains” — patangela
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Sheer pleated side panels fabricated to match slope of iron hardware. Tied back high to frame view.
“arch sheer” — The Window Valet of Indianapolis
Custom Draperies
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This photo shows inverted box pleated side panels and pinch pleated and traversing blackout under-draperies all installed into recessed opening behind the large crown molding. The draperies are allowed to break slightly at the floor. The under-draperies are installed on curved and motorized custom hardware integrated into the home control system. They can be controlled from a b...More
Draperies
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Widely spaced pleated heading installed on decorative medallions with slouchy top.
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Sheer tie top curtain installed on decorative wrought iron hardware from Ironwork by Orion. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“wow” — Shalu Namsha
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Stationary side panels gathered on 2" decorative iron pole and hand drawn sheers mounted beneath on smaller iron poles,
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Stationary draperies with slant tops mounted on medallions and tied back with puddle at the floor.
“Drapes” — rotherjoann
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Stationary drapery side panels with decorative striped border cut on the bias, sewn into side hems, installed on large decorative iron poles with rings, and tied back with large tassel ties. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“The curtain” — patangela
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Stationary drapery side panels tied back and puddled. Installed on 2" wood poles and rings.
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Slant top stationary veranda panels with contrasting cuff and banding sewn into side hems, tied back and installed on custom wrought iron hardware. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“sides panels on iron rods” — Spring Crest Drapery & Design
Custom Draperies
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Stationary pleated panels with slouched heading installed on stainless steel medallions to soften and frame the view with a slight break at the floor. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
Custom Draperies
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Hand drawn silk draperies with top tacked pleats, accent banding and tassel trim on side hems, Installed on small iron poles with matching iron rings.
“elegant draperies for bay, on iron rods” — Spring Crest Drapery & Design
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Stationary side panels with slouched tops and large cuff hung from decorative medallions over woven wood shades. Matching box pleated and shaped valance on side window.
“Side panels” — elodiemccoy
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Stationary side panels with decorative accent fabric applied to side hems. The draperies are mounted on 3" wood poles with additional crests in the center of the poles and mitered to fit the angle of the bay.
“color combo” — sam13899
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Basket weave accented heading on stationary panels gathered onto decorative wrought iron poles and puddled at the floor.
“rods short” — leelou25
Custom Draperies
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Decorative sheer tie-back with slouched heading installed on Iron medallion.
“drapes” — aliaqureshi
Custom Draperies
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Top tacked linen print draperies with tassel fringe installed over woven woods. Draperies are installed on 1 1/2" Antique Bronze iron poles with matching rings.
“tacked top” — Christian Lewis Interiors
Custom Draperies
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Simple one width sheer panels hung from stainless steel contemporary medallions. Great way to frame the view and soften the wall area between the windows. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
Top Treatments
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Medallion mounted swags and side panels accented at the center with large tassel ties, fabricated to fit contour of arched window. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“love these if I had place” — dgeorgel
Custom Draperies
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Flat sheer fabric banded with faux suede and stretched taut between two decorative stainless steel tension wire hangers. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
Custom Draperies
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Tie top pleated fabric attached to deco medallions with ties and mounted over a woven wood shade. Tied back with a tassel tie to frame the window.
“Curtain” — lourdesdealmagro
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Stationary silk draperies tied to decorative medallions and allowed to slouch between ties, tied back to frame the window openings and puddled at the floor. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“Window treatments” — dforten
Custom Draperies
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Stationary Veranda Panels of silk taffeta with contrasting bias cut striped banding sewn into cuff at heading and side hems. Large tassel ties are used as accents and the treatment is generously puddled at the floor. The panels are tied high with large decorative tassel ties attached to decorative medallions. This treatment is attached to the wall with concealed hooks and rings...More
“I love the bias cut banding. Here the designer took the time to specify that the diagonal stripes m” — Masterworks Window Fashions & Design
Custom Window Treatments
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Elegant embroidered silk side panels installed on custom curved iron pole with matching rings to mimic the curvature of the ceiling. Side panels puddled on the floor. Large curved top austrian shade mounted beneath the stationary side panels. photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
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Ruched top silk draperies gathered onto a large iron pole mounted below the crown molding to frame the large arched top doors and window. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“Bedrm” — alexandraldavis
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Stationary silk panels with a slanted heading to follow arch and attached cuff trimmed with a brush fringe allowed to slouch between the medallions used to install the treatment. Draperies tied back with large tassel tie backs and just touching the carpet. The small window at the side is hung from a large decorative wood pole with rings and tied back to the side.
“drapes1” — cox1942
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Photo of stationary side panels in Living Room mounted on decorative iron medallions and slanted to top of adjacent large window and then tied back. Stationary pleated side panels in Dining Room installed on large decorative wood pole and rings, then tied back to reveal the view. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“livingroom” — Sandy Whittle
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This photo shows a rather unusual looking style of pinch pleating, The pleats are wrapped with a shoe lace type matching fabric tie around pleat.
“WT's” — kathleeningram
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This photo shows a stationary side panel with top tacked pleats and attached cuff with brush fringe installed over butt and pass outside mounted woven wood shades. The draperies are installed on real bamboo poles with wrought iron rings, brackets and finials. Hardware is from Orion Ornamental Iron.
“Master window panels” — KPD Interiors
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Pinch pleated side panels with cuff trimmed in wooden beads installed on iron rod with rings and wooden finials. The panels are installed over inside mounted woven wood shades. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“Drapes and window shade” — rubysaulog
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Stationary embroidered silk taffeta draperies hung on large decorative wooden pole with matching rings, placed to accent and frame the large arched windows. The draperies have large tassel ties added to each side at the headings and are puddled at the floor.
“Debbie L” — deccoacc
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Stationary panels hung on decorative iron medallions over the shutters to frame and accent the windows and graphics painted on the walls. Great patriotic look for a child's bedroom.
“Top treatments” — sam13899
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Statlionary linen print side panels installed on wrought iron decorative hardware over woven wood shades mounted inside the windows for privacy and sun control. Iron hardware from Orion Ornamental Iron. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“A unique look is achieved on these stationary side panels, by banding each panel, and insetting the” — Masterworks Window Fashions & Design
Custom Draperies
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Embroidered silk taffeta side panels installed on twisted wrought iron pole with rings to frame shutters. Draperies puddled at the floor. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
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Arched top silk drapery side panel with large tassel tie-back, and matching custom arched wrought iron grill work installed to accent and follow the curved shape of the center window. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“wide side panels with curved iron rod” — Spring Crest Drapery & Design
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Stationary pinch pleated draperies installed on custom wrought iron hardware with rings meeting at the angled corner. The linen print fabric adds a touch of color to the room and frames the arched windows. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“Second option” — sigstad
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Silk basketweave stationary side panels gathered on custom made wrought iron hardware and gently puddled at the floor. The panels are lined and interlined with bump to give the silk more body.
“Basket weave” — bhoover12
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Stationary drapery with gathered heading shaped to contour of window, overlapped at center and tied back with large tassel tiebacks. Photo by Installations Etc. Larry Watts
“swagged drapery over tub” — Spring Crest Drapery & Design
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Stationary silk panels tied back with decorative tassels. Draperies on the door are installed on wood pole with rings and the inset draperies are installed under a custom lambrequin designed to match the contour of the wooden valance. Photo by: Installations Etc. Larry Watts
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Arched top pinch pleated panels hung from custom made wrought iron swing arm rods curved to match the arched shape of the doors. The drapery panels can be swung away from the doors when wanting to pass thru the opening. Photo by Larry Watts
“Arched panels” — Bren Designs, LLC
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