Elegant Tied Back Draperies
This gorgeous look is appropriate for any traditional room. We can make this treatment out of silk, poly-taffeta, and some cotton fabrics. The leading edge is dressed up with contrasting banding and harmonizing trims. Captivating tassel tiebacks show off the beautiful fullness of the panels.
In order to maintain the drapery fullness at the tieback, at least 2/3 of the panel must touch the floor. If the panel just touches the floor in the middle, it will lift off the ground a few inches on the leading edge. If it puddles 4", the entire bottom edge will touch. If the length is somewhere in between, we can cut the bottom at an angle that allows for a very small break across the entire hem.