LK Design specializes in window treatments, design and service. Sometimes it's difficult to figure out what product matches your needs. Drapery panels? Roman shades? Or a combination product? Roller shades or honeycombs? Wooden shutters or fabric window treatments? Do you have challenging architecture and need help with visualizing all the possible solutions? We can help. Our process is very simple and it's outlined below. We hope you get in touch with us so we can help you dress up your windows!

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1. Initial appointment

We meet to assess your space and the architecture of your home, and bounce ideas about what window treatments will work best for your windows. In addition, we talk about colors, patterns, and function - and your budget.

Basic intro into window treatments:

Soft window treatments are made of textiles, such as drapery panels, many types of shades, valances and cornices. They can be purely decorative, or have privacy and heat/cold control functions. Shades and drapery panels are manually operated or they can be motorized. We select fabrics will that enhance and bring out other design elements in your space. Above all, we make it look beautiful!

Custom drapery panels frame the window in this living room. The pattern was created with solid fabrics, and the colors were picked from the décor elements in this room and the adjacent areas.

Hard window treatments are blinds, shutters, honeycomb shades, roller shades, honeycombs shades, etc.  They provide privacy and heat/cold control functions and can be manually operated or motorized.

Honeycomb shades.
Honeycomb shades with room darkening fabric control the amount of light coming into this modern rustic bedroom. The "top down bottom up" feature adds convenience and your preferred positioning of the shade.

Once our goals are set, we take measurements and photographs, and sign the Letter of Agreement. Next, the design process begins!

2. Design

We carry numerous fabrics and hardware lines to suit a variety of color palettes, styles and budgets. It is always fun to be “on a hunt” for the right textile and finish. Consequently, we eliminate your frustration of "too many choices" and "can't decide" situations.

Fabrics and Hardware.
One of the local to-the-trade showrooms we use to find that one or two perfect fabrics for your windows or upholstery.

3. Presentation 

For the design presentation, we bring you samples of fabrics and finishes, and 2D drawings of what your window treatments will look like. We make sure it's a perfect fit. It's always a fun meeting!

Presentation, drapry panels. hardware.
Design sketch and final selections for a dining room drapery project.

4. Sourcing and manufacturing

Once we nail it down, the production process starts, and we manage this phase of the project. We strive to design and deliver the highest quality window treatments. Therefore, we work with professional workrooms, textiles (such as Kravet, Fabricut, Carole Fabrics to name a few) and hardware suppliers to guarantee your satisfaction.

5. Delivery and installation

The delivery and installation day is always exciting! Again, you only need to be at home to let our crew in.

Our installers make sure that no wrinkle is left behind! Custom valances in a large scale pattern.

All done! Certainly, window treatments are a beautiful finishing element that brings the whole room together, adds softness and richness to the space.

For example, we wanted to draw the eyes to the lower level of this two story room. Therefore, we installed drapery panels right above the bottom row of the windows. The fabric has a light background and paisley pattern in multiple colors. It perfectly coordinates with the other decor elements throughout the space.

Window Treatements, panels.
Beautiful, colorful family room. We picked a fabric with a light background and a combination of matching colors.

On these silk drapery panels we used the owner's decorative banding. It had a sentimental value to the client so it was great to be able to incorporate this element in the room.

Custom silk draperies.
Silk panels are lined with heavy interlining and are embellished with a banding.

Custom panles, banding.
Custom-made overseas, this banding adds a very personal touch to the silk drapery panels.


Let's talk  about your window treatments!