There aren't many enhancements you can make to a room that are as beautiful as the right set of curtains. We design custom drapes and curtains for all styles. Here are photos of some of our favorite jobs throughout Monmouth County, Ocean County, and along the Jersey Shore. Also remember to check out our Fabric Options gallery to start designing your own drape today!

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  • Sheer Drapery panels flanking 2" vane Silhouettes and a custom cornice by Lee's Woodworking in Belmar.

  • Sheer Drapery panels flanking 2" vane Silhouettes and a custom cornice by Lee's Woodworking in Belmar.

  • Custom sheer drapery with a crystal finial.

  • Custom drapery with detail of the hearty finial.

  • The fabric from the curtains, Roman shades and pillows helps tie this bedroom together with a colorfully elegant yet playful pattern. Also, notice the woven wood shades beneath the fabric Roman shades, providing an extra layer of privacy and light-control.

  • Here are before, during, and after shots of these custom sheers. The one-finger pleat and custom finished poke allow them to ride seamlessly from wall to wall.

  • Custom drapery with light-filtering linen fabric and one-finger pleat finishes this living room beautifully.

  • A before & after shot of some luxurious single panel drapes, along with a close-up of the unique finial which was chosen from our ginormous selection of rods and finials!

  • Detail of the previous drapery and finial.

  • Coffered ceilings, French doors, and circular rooms are not a problem for us, as you can see from these before & after photos with sheer curtains.

  • Padded fabric cornice with decorative edge, 18" height long point 14" short Mounting outside and just 5" from ceiling made windows appear larger as well as ceiling higher.

  • These sheer pinch pleat drapes provide just the right balance of privacy and light diffusion while still enabling a sense of the great outdoors just beyond your family room!

  • We started with just a top-down, bottom-up Duette, and that was fine. But, adding goblet pleat drapery panels with antique wood hardware really brought the room together.

  • Sheer Panels on French Doors with Center Tie Back

  • Custom Drape & Hardware