Grommet panels add a bold, contemporary flair to any room (or outdoor space, as seen in the hot tub enclosure drapes shown on this page). Available in a variety of finishes, the grommets can match the finish on the custom rod you choose. Grommets can be added to your drapery heading to fit most size rods, from 1-inch in diameter to 2.5-inches in diameter. Typically the inside diameter of your grommet should be one-half inch larger than the diameter of your rod.
Grommet panels can be fabricated as rich and sophisticated as you like, with a simple or complex design. You can bring us your own design, or choose from one of our designs.
We are able to add any type of lining to your grommet draperies, including stain-resistant lining, insulated lining (with a fleece interlining), blackout lining, or even an acoustical lining.
Because grommet draperies aren’t as common as drapery panels or pinch pleat drapes, people often have a hard time visualizing what they will look like when they’re hung. We can provide a free custom sketch for you that you can share with your clients. All you have to do is take a photo of the window(s) where the grommet draperies will be installed, and choose a fabric and design. We will then use a state-of-the-art software program to create a realistic rendering. If you can’t get a picture of the window, no problem. Give us accurate dimensions, and we can create the rendering using a “sketch” of the window.
For information about our custom grommet draperies, or to get a price quote on your next project, call (303) 532-1864, or e-mail email@example.com.
Note: Our custom drapery workroom is in Castle Rock, Colorado, and we’ve been in business since 1986. We offer free pickup and delivery. We don’t work directly with the public, only with interior designers, decorators, and other design industry professionals.