Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Workroom Wednesday – H&R Drapery

I am starting a new series that will showcase a different drapery workroom each week.  These talented artisans can take an idea or a photo and a bolt of fabric and turn it into an amazing creation that adds so much to your home.


Pat Hart owns H&R Drapery in Naples, Florida. 

H&R Drapery is a high-end, full service drapery workroom. They design, fabricate and install valances, cornices, draperies, pillows, and bedding. They also upholster walls, dining room chairs, cushions and benches and  make upholstered headboards. They offer fabrics, trims, hardware and motorization.

H & R Drapery has been fabricating window treatments for Southwest Florida’s most prestigious designers for over 18 years. They understand the importance of developing relationships and maintaining high quality standards. As your partner, they want you to be successful. They work with their clients to determine specifications and determine concepts. And they are readily available to answer your questions and assist you with your work orders.
Not a designer? Not to worry. They have an in house designer who is available to help you with all of your window treatment needs.


1791 Trade Center Way, Suite D, Naples, Florida 34109.
239 566-2929 FAX 239 566-1129

Visit their website at
hr drapery

See their blog at hr-drapery blogspot

Here are some of my favorite examples of their beautiful work.







Member of WCAA



Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

Custom work is definitely worth the extra costs. These are some beautiful examples.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I love window treatments, Tammy, so this series will be right up my alley! Lovely work!

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I have a feeling that this series is going to make me hate what I have!


Miss Mustard Seed said...

It sounds like a great series. I'm always looking for inspiration for window treatments.

Miss Eve said...

I love drapery and these ones are gorgeous! I can't wait to see more details!

Hope you having a great week dear Tammy, cheers: Evi

pk @ Room Remix said...

This is a great idea for a series. I love seeing different ideas for window treatments. They've treated some pretty large windows here and done a great job!

Maria Killam said...

I certainly couldn't live with my workroom, beautiful window treatments they make!

Polly@MakeMineBeautiful said...

I think this is a good idea. I too am trying to get the word out about the value of custom soft furnishings in the home.

I have a Wednesday in the Workroom Series starting Feb 10, but mine is to actually show how to make things. Pop over sometime.

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