Shop our stores for custom drapes, curtains, and window treatments

Our custom draperies and curtains are designed to showcase your windows in luxurious fabrics, stunning designs, and painstakingly created embellishments such as decorative trims and fringe, all of which are intended to reflect your own sense of style.

Curtains and drapery panels complement other window treatments such as valances or top treatments wonderfully, or they can work well on their own. They can bring a wide range of colors and textures to any room's decor. There are many unique fabric options available for you to choose from, no matter if you are shopping for drapery panels that are on the heavy and bold side, like a velvet drapery, or curtains that are more on the breezy and delicate side, such as a sheer fabric.

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Roman Shade in Breakfast Nook
Formal Room Window Treatment
Drapery Sheer Panel Drapery
Draperies Puddling on the floor

Combine Roman Shades with a linen sheer fabric for a breezy atmosphere that can be turned into a dark room for an afternoon nap by pulling down the shade.

The diversity of our custom window treatments is as wide as the imagination. For instance, if you need a green screen for Zoom video calls, make curtain panels out of green linen! Hide the green screen curtain with a drapery panel made from sumptuous velvet fabric. This would be the perfect combination for your home office when you don’t want to see a green screen all the time but need one for Zoom calls.

Green Screen Curtain

Summer is hot in Texas, so to cool things off outside on the patio, cabana, or around the pool, shop us for outdoor drapery panels. We carry in-stock solution-dyed acrylic outdoor fabrics from around the world as well as brand names such as Sunbrella! Also, remember to get your outside cushions reupholstered!

Sunbrella Logo
Outdoor Curtains for the Patio

What are the benefits of window treatments? 

Curtains and draperies are more than pretty window treatments. They can:

  • Lower electricity bills as one-third of the heat lost in a house comes through the windows. In the summer, about 76% of the sunlight that falls on windows becomes heat. This is according to energy.gov. In winter, open those curtain panels and heat your house during the day, and close them at night to keep the house warm.

  • Blackout curtains can block up to 99% of the light coming through a window. Use blackout drapery panels in media rooms, bedrooms, and nurseries. For people who work nights, this is a game-changer as they are able to sleep in total darkness in the middle of a sunny day!

  • Soundproof curtain panels that are noise-reducing can be a Godsend for people who live in metropolitan or urban areas. These would be heavier curtain panels, such as velvet with interlining to dampen the noise. They will not stop all of the noise, but depending on the circumstances, the reduction can be profound. Plus, you can get an extra level of privacy by combining noise-dampening velvet drapes with blackout curtain lining.

Drapery and Curtain Panel Lengths and Widths

When shopping for drapery or curtain fabric, there are some nuances to think about such as curtain lengths. The length of the finished drape can be commonly made in 3 different ways:

  • The finished curtain panel length is 1 inch off the floor.

  • The finished curtain panel length just touches the floor.

  • The finished curtain panel length is 3-6 inches pooled on the floor.

The fullness of drapery panel width can be an important consideration when shopping for drapery fabric. So, How wide should drapery Panels be? There is a rule of thumb among interior designers that the finished width needs to be 2 times the width of the window, and sheer fabric needs to be 3 times the width of the window. The multiples of width are:

  • 2 times the width is standard fullness.

  • Deluxe fullness is defined as 2.5 times the width.

  • While three times the width is considered ultra fullness,

  • The drapery panels or curtain panels should be hung 4 to 6 inches above the top of the window frame.

  • The curtain rod should be hung so that its width extends 4 to 6 inches past the window's sides. Make sure you leave enough space for the decorative finial!

Custom Curtains and Drapery Styles

Rod Pocket Curtain Panels

Our Rod Pocket Curtains are a classic and charming way to cover a window. They are perfect for making a room feel warm and comfortable.

Featuring

  • A 3 12 "pocket is sewn for the drapery hardware to slide in.

  • The fabric widths the customer chooses determine how the fabric gathers on the drapery rod.

  • This kind of curtain panel isn't intended to be opened and closed every day. Instead, it's more for decoration.

The Goblet Drapery Panel

With its carefully made pleats, our Goblet Drapery Panel series is a classic example of elegance and refinement.

Features

  • Intricate goblet-shaped pleating, like pinch pleat curtains, has a more ornate aspect to it.

  • Goblet pleats, when folded and tucked, give the appearance of a goblet.

  • Tracks or poles can be used for hanging.

Curtain Panels with Grommets

Our Grommet Curtain Panels, which have grommets that have been hand-pressed, are a great choice for a stylish and modern-looking home.

Features

  • The fabric rises one inch over the drapery rod.

  • When you put the grommet rings on the rod, they make a rippled fold. This means that your drapes will always have the same pleats, and you won't have to train them.

  • 5 finishes are offered for grommets.

Pinch Pleat Drapery Panels

Our Pinch Pleat Drapery Panels are a classic that can enhance every window in your house. Intricately sewn pleats at the top of pinch pleat curtains make them an eye-catching addition to any room. 

Features

  • Pleats pinched 4" from the top are sewed in permanently, giving the drapery panel a polished look with smooth folds that flow from the top to the bottom.

  • Pinch pleat curtains may be hung using either a pole or a track.

  • functional and easy to operate.

Measuring and Installing Curtains and Drapery Panels

As our curtains, drapes, and window treatments are customized and made to your specifications, it is the policy of Childress Fabrics & Furniture that they are to be measured and installed by our professional drapery installers. 

  • We charge a trip fee to measure your windows as a part of our custom drapery and curtain process. 

  • Once we know the sizes and styles of your window treatments, we can give you a price for installing them.

In each store, we have drapery design experts on hand to answer any questions you may have about how we measure and hang your drapes. You can reach them by calling, Addison at 972-267-9100 and in Dallas at 214-565-0900.

Shop for window treatments that are made in the USA

Made in Texas, our custom window treatments include various options and a huge variety of drapery fabrics we keep in stock. We have an extensive selection of drapery hardware to choose from to give your draperies and curtains more personality and an OG feel!

Stop by our Dallas location or Addison store to shop for all your custom window treatment needs!