How To Choose Options

Gathered Width:
Unlike most stores use the width of a panel measured when it is laid flat, so the value looks bigger; we use Gathered Width. This value is the final installed width while the panels are in full fullness (folding like ripples). The Gathered Width equals the actual width that you want your window treatment to cover, in most cases that is the width of your window frame. When the same value of Gathered Width panel laid flat, it could become twice as wide as other stores would label it. Click here to learn more about the gathered width and how to correctly measure Width and Height.

Split Into How Many Panels:
If you like center open or two-way draw curtain, you should make it into a 2 panels set. If you prefer one-way draw, make the entire width with just one panel. No matter how many panels you make, the total combine width of all panels equals to the Width you specified in the step above.
The Height represents the tall-wise that you want your window treatment to cover. With Grommet style, the measurement is from the top edge of the panel all the way down to the bottom of the panel (aka "Panel Height"). However, with Pinch Pleat style, the measurement is from the top of the curtain rod (or track) all the way down to the bottom of the panel (aka "Rod Height"). This measurement will NOT necessarily be the exact height of the panel itself, because this style uses hooks to hang under the rod or track, therefore, the top of the panel is lower than the rod or track. (Luckily, you don't have to worry about these details. We will do the correct subtraction according to the design you chose). Click here to learn more about how to correctly measure the Height.

Panel Style:
Select the finished style you like for the heading of your panels. Pinch Pleat - pleating along the heading to create rich, full gentle folds. This style use hooks to hang from curtain rod with rings or tracks. The style is the most popular and works well in both contemporary and traditional settings. Grommet - panel top has round openings to allow curtain rod to get through. This style has a clean and simple look that works well in casual and contemporary interiors, but may be slightly cumbersome to pull open/close due to higher friction of the rings with the rod.
Sheer (optional):
Choose whether you would like to add matching sheer to your order. Sheer makes your window treatment more luxurious. (cost extra). Click here to see other sheer options.
Comments (optional):
Let us know if you have any special instructions for your order.
Enter how many sets you want to purchase, not how many panels. Each set comes with two panels (or the number of panels you specified in the previous steps). If you have several windows and you are using identical panel set (same design, fabric and size), you may select multiple quantities. Otherwise, make a separate order for each window.
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