Drapery Hardware & Fullness Resource
Mounted to the ceiling or dustcap of a cornice. This hardware is used the most of any type, minimizing light bleed and offering the tallest of treatments.
Mounted wall brackets above window but below ceiling. Blocking and treatment weight are relevant factors. The bottom of the bracket creates a ‘ceiling’ that the track attaches to.
The baton attaches directly to the master carrier and allows for manual push/pull of the panel to open and close; however, it can be placed on the back for aesthetics.
Aluminum track hardware with a top channel that encloses cords used to make the drapery traverse across the window. This is not ADA compliant.
Aluminum track hardware with a pulley system housed within a top channel that controls the traversing of drapery via remote or switch. Requires electrical power or battery.
Traditional metal hardware provides a sturdy long-lasting solution for any treatment. Can be used in conjunction with snap pendant carriers or metal pin hooks. Available in white or anodized colors.
Specialized hardware, available in a multitude of colors and types that can be used to add an extra design factor to any treatment. this option is able to be wall or ceiling mounted, manual, cord drawn, or motorized.
Fullness, simply put, is the ratio of fabric used to cover an opening.
Fullness is placing a large amount of fabric into a small area. That ratio is fullness. The extra fabric is absorbed by the pleats; it’s why a drape doesn’t look like a shower curtain when closed.