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Completed 3 identical scalloped cornice boards with geometric patterned fabric….so glad that’s done!
Congratulations, Lauri! I want to try a scalloped cornice!
Kim Johnson, I'm new. I've made many romans shades but this will be my first cordless shade. very nervous!
Hi Kim! Go for it! Don't be nervous!
Have an upcoming automated drapery project. It will be ripplefold on 2 tracks. Lined sheers on back track and blackout lined fabric for front track. Want to use the Aria H-Rail. Am very nervous about how to specify the distance between the front and rear tracks and which ripplefold "density" to use for front and rear panels to ensure smooth operation.
Thanks so much for your explanation!
Wow! I actually understood that explanation. Ripplefold draperies have been a mystery.
How long is it?
yes, I see your pointer
What type of warranty does the motorized system come with?
Are the ripplefold sheers automated? Or just the shade?
Sorry, I meant motorized.
I LOVE this room!
have you had issues with stack back bouncing back? Or not quite closing in the center? How much ease would you add to prevent the center not closing?
Does Rowley provide suggested Retail pricing for the motorization product part of our projects
What would you call this type of pleat?
Very helpful. Pricing is always a project for me
I hadn’t seen French rods have a support bracket. Is that because this is a long rod?
I love the 2 finger top tack, do you know what fullness the drapes are, i.e., 2.0 x or 2.5 x fullness? TY
Question above about French rods
I am making a left draw baton drapery panel with cartridge pleats. 90 x 100 long. I am using the Aria 1 1/8 " H-rail. Because of the cost of the shipping, Rowely syggest splitting the rod to save on shipping. My customer is heaidant. Any suggestions?
I hadn’t seen French rods have a support bracket (in your photo) ws that because this was a long rod?
sorry 100 wide
That is going to be a lot of weight on one side when the draperies are open.
There is one in your photo on the end, but usually French rods don’t have that
That is a good idea, more brackets.
What is the custom rod brand?
Thank you, as always!
Thanks! What a beautiful, informative presentation!