DIY Custom Drapes

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How to Make DIY Custom Drapes | Fabric Depot & Supply

All you need in one store to make your very own drapes.

Adding custom drapes to any room in your home is a great way to lower energy costs, provide shade, cool down your home, add privacy, and add a beautiful detail to a room. Custom drapes are even better because you get to choose the fabric, the curtain rod, and how you want the drape to lay over the window.

When it comes to choosing a fabric for drapes, it all depends on how much light you want coming into the room and how you want the fabric to lay.

  • If you want to keep the heat out and keep the room cooler, you may want to try a heavier fabric such as cotton. Cotton is a versatile fabric that comes in all colors and patterns you can imagine.
  • If the room is more on the darker side and needs some light, then try choosing a lightweight fabric like sheer. Sheer allows light to pour through the tiny holes in the fabric and gives the drapes a delicate feel to the room.
  • If you have a pet or two that sheds, you may want to reconsider choosing between cotton or sheer. When you have a dog, cat, or any other animal that sheds, choosing polyester for your draperies is probably your best bet. Polyester holds up well in sunlight and sheds off all unwanted pet hair.

At Fabric Depot & Supply, we have thousands upon thousands of fabrics to choose from for custom drapes. No matter the color, pattern, or fabric type you want, we are bound to have it. We even have all the drapery hardware such as drapery rods, hooks, rings, tiebacks, holdback, finials, and trim. We even can install the product for you and help you pick coordinating colors.

Everything you need is in one store to make your very own drapes. So come on in to our store today and we would be more than happy to get you started on making your very own drapes.