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New Year = Fresh Start! Update your home with custom drapery with Q. Design's Shop At Home service! We bring our showroom to your door for selecting your fabrics and high quality hardware for your perfect window treatments in Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Toronto, Etobicoke, Vaughan and Woodbridge. We have a wide range of fabric and hardware along with blinds and shades to suit any budget or space. We pride ourselves on helping you fit your style and colour scheme or if you need more help we can support you in selecting paint colours and other items as they coordinate with our perfect drapery. We can also make custom bedding, valances and we offer upholstery and reupholstery if you need it! Our pricing is exactly the same as other workrooms in the area like National Drapery. If you have a quote from National Drapery we will match it and our quality is second to none! Our previous clients have given us great reviews on Homestars and Houzz and are always impressed that we exceed their expections. Our drapery and curtains are the best available in the greater Toronto area. We hope you shop with us today! We look forward to providing you with the best custom drapery and curtains, high quality blinds and shades, even motorized! As well as great toss cushions, upholstery and reupholstery, custom valances and custom bedding! Call us at 905-607-1040 to schedule your free shop at home appointment today or email us if you prefer!
We surprise ourselves here sometimes. Making beautiful custom drapery and roman shades, toss pillows and valances is what we do best. We do it perfectly every day. This morning was no exception except that when Marilyn came into my office and I remarked how lovely my close friends new home (at the drywalling stage) is going to be she said "I saw the photo of the great room coffered ceiling on Katie's instagram and the first thing I noticed was a lack of space for the drapery hardware they selected" - in other words "we have a problem"!
Katie Campbell Interiors is doing the design work there and I immediately called her to let her know we foresaw an issue with the amount of space to mount the hardware she had carefully selected long ago when the house was still in the plans stage. You see, drapery is the last thing that happens in a custom build (or any home really) and so there have been so many other stages in the process that can hinder the drapery part. So while other drapery workrooms might not be on instagram, or they are on there but lack the experience to know that this photo wasn't just a lovely shot of a work in progress but it was a sign we needed to make sure the next step (adding trim) was done in such a way that it will allow the drapery that has been spec'd to go in!
What do you see when you look at this photo?
As experts in custom drapery, the first thing that we see is a small amount of space between the window and the bulkhead. Once the trim goes in that means the drapery will have to mount on a channel track under the bulkhead flush. Totally doable but if they add a crown or other detail we could end up in a situation that would mean redesigning the drapery for this space - not ideal. These high ceilings and large spaces need vertical fabric to create warmth and texture. The hard surfaces of flooring and tile need the fabric to absorb the echo. Our job is to work with the builder via the interior designer to ensure the drapery can still happen the way the design requires.
This was a lucky save on a cold December morning. It's part of the service we offer and it's why we are a bit pricier than other places. We have a lot of experience. We take our time and get it right. We watch out for our designer clients to make sure their design can become a reality. We have a passion for perfect drapery. We love what we do and we are doing it even when we are scrolling our Instagram!