Trusted Tips and Resources

Trusted Tips & Resources

Our Trusted Regina Drapery expert gives us a tip on how to hang drapery on all window styles.

Trusted Regina Window Coverings and Blinds Experts  


How to hang drapery on all window styles.

There's no shame in admitting that some interior décor ideas are not as clear as others. Turns out, we could all use some ideas on how to hang drapery, so here is some advice from your window styling expert.


Where we begin: Consider the length and width of the fabric. We want to hang your drapes about 1/4-1/2” off the floor so they don't collect dust and dirt. This draws the eye up, making the room feel larger. For heavier fabrics, like linen, we add another 1/4- to 1/2-inch of spacing, as they will stretch over time.

When it comes to width, you want your drapery to look full - not like a flat sheet - when closed, so we suggest the width of the fabric should be one and a half to two times wider than the window you are covering.

Got all that?


On to drapery hardware! 

A properly installed drapery pair can make or break a room, so take heed: Our installers ensure that the rod is completely straight and level. If your rod is long, we use three brackets to secure it. If we are not screwing into a wall stud, we use a good wall anchor. Then, we hang the top of your drapery fabric against the bottom edge of your rod. Ta-da!

While proper installation is relatively straightforward for square windows, certain special cases can be tricky, that is why we offer professional installation for all your drapery purchases.




Our Trusted Regina window coverings and blinds expert shares a design tip

Our Trusted Regina window coverings and blinds expert shares a design tip.


Trusted Regina Window Coverings and Blinds Experts  


These amazing drapery tops are sure to wow!


Classic Pleat 

Our custom drapery has sewn seven beautifully constructed pinch style pleats onto the face of the panel so it looks just like a custom-made pleat panel when hung on a rod. The pleats are perfectly spaced and fixed so that the beauty of the folds remain even when the panels are drawn or closed.


Grommet Panel

The modern clean look of grommets work beautifully with any décor. The grommets are evenly spaced across the heading of the drapery and when woven on to a rod, structured columns are created across the face of the drapery.


Inverted Pleat

We’ve taken the best features from the faAB Pleat and incorporated it into the Inverted Pleat. This exclusive heading is a modern twist on a classic drapery heading.