On the morning of any given install day, my installer calls me at 8am to give me the time to be on the job. This morning Charlie called to say the install time would be 8:45 am. I wrapped the drapery and valance in plastic and loaded up my car. Within an hour, both treatments were up. My customer is very happy.
The mirrored closet door makes the drapery look twice as wide as the 8 ft. track. I also love how her pillows match the drapery fabric perfectly. She had the pillows and bedspread before we picked this fabric.
The dining room valance goes well with her new rug. She is waiting for her new dining table and chairs to arrive before Thanksgiving.
It is good to have a deadline. It was also nice to sew this style of drapery called roll pleats or Ripplefold by Kirsch. This is a one-way draw cord pull to the right side of the ceiling mounted track. Sewing on snap tape is much faster than putting in pleats. I like the clean, soft waves of fabric.