Custom Silk Curtains & Window Drapes


Luxurious, glamorous, opulent—and now, affordable!

From pure dupioni silk to silk blends and faux silks, our made-to-measure silk drapery collection offers a color and texture for every budget and palette.

When you take a look at silk curtains, it’s clear why they have a reputation for representing the height of luxury. Silk drapery looks superb, falls like a dream, and spells sheer opulence. No wonder silk gets us sighing with lusty appreciation every time.


Silk curtains are among the finest additions you can make to your interiors, and they deserve to be used with forethought and deliberation. If you want to make the most of such glamorous drapery, here are some spiffy tips that will help you in that goal.

Perfect for Formal Spaces. Just as linen rules casual spaces, silk reigns supreme in formal decors and spaces at home or in businesses. From dimly lit, cozy dining rooms to elegant reception rooms, silk is the perfect backdrop for traditional/classic interiors. The main question is what sort of design and color to use for such purposes. In a formal yet personal, intimate setting such as a dining room, the sensual tones of Russian Violet and other deep purples in silk are a match made in heaven. On the other hand, business-oriented spaces benefit from the elegant, somber feeling of muted hues such as ash.

Pinched & Puddled. A beautiful fusion of radiance and elegance, pinch pleat tops are the ideal design for silk curtains. If your aesthetic is modern, we recommend one of the euro pinch pleats. Measure curtains that are flush with the ground for a more reserved look, or lean into the dramatic flair of silk by going for a puddled look. Add between 6 to 16 inches to the length of your curtain, which will allow it to pool at the bottom and evoke the image of flowing, regal fabrics. Read our blog post on styling tips for puddling your luscious silk drapery.

Wear with Worthy Hardware. Silk deserves hardware that lives up to its grace and drama. We love ornate tie-backs and on-trend metallic poles to go with this resplendent fabric. For more subdued interiors, consider traditional wooden poles to match your furniture’s tone.

Don’t Forget to Line. All our drapes come fully lined by default, but if you’re shopping elsewhere, we highly recommend lining your silk drapery. Silk can fade in strong sunlight, and lining goes a long way in protecting drapes from being weathered by the sun, extending their life. If you’re looking for room darkening, line your silk curtains with our blackout lining. This will help you keep out unwelcome light and noise, while elongating the life of your custom drapes.

Spiffy Tip: Avoid silk window treatments in humid spaces like kitchens and bathrooms. Silk does not like water and may retain permanent water spots.

There’s nothing as fabulous as silk drapes and curtains, but it’s important to get the right color and design for your interior. Explore our collection and find the perfect made-to-measure silk drapes today!