Out With The Old And In With The New! Let Rod Ladman’s Window Designs Install New Hunter Douglas Window Treatments In Your Sugar Hill NH Home, And You Will See A Striking Transformation Happen In Every Room!
Rod Ladman’s Window Designs is a Hunter Douglas authorized dealer based in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Owner Rod Ladman has been in the window treatments business for over 40 years, and has satisfied his demanding clients during that whole period. Because of his experience and expertise in interior decorating and window decor, he can often find the solution to mounting a treatment on an oddly configured window, where another company would have thrown in the towel. Rod deals with other window treatment companies besides Hunter Douglas, (such as Alta, Graber, J. Geiger, Horizons, Norman, and Comfortex) A quick conversation with him will show you the variety of products he deals with on a daily basis. His mantra is satisfy the customer at all costs. His company has a wonderful reputation, and he treats his clients like family
No matter if you’re looking for stock catalog items or want custom-made treatments for your Sugar Hill residence with your exact specifications, Rod Ladman’s Window Designs can do it all
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If you intend to use our in-house fabricator to create custom-made jabots, there are some things you should be aware of.Jabots can be designed in many styles, most often they are knife-pleated with pleats turned outward. Jabots on the sides of the window 9″ to 11″ wide, and taper upward on the inner edge, revealing the contrasting lining on the underside of the pleats, Side jabots are usually mirror images of each other, though they can be different lengths to create asymetrical effects. The jabot length should be about one-third of the drapery or window length, or should fall to the sill or floor. It’s shortest inner point should be lower than the center of the swag, Jabots between swags taper upward from a center long point, which is usually shorter than the jabots on the sides of the treatment. Jabots are made in a variety of shapes resembling neckties or flared fabric cylinders. Some can be fashioned from simple squares, rectangles, or wedges of fabrics that are lined to the edge. Other jabots, such as the pleated cylinder are created from a pattern.
Fabric used for the jabots in a treatment should be the same as the fabric should be the same as the fabric used for the swags, If you want to create the illusion that they are one continuous color
Jabots are mounted to the board or the pole either under or over the swag at the outer edges of the window treatment or between multiple swags in a treatment. When the treatment is mounted on a board or cornice, the jabot has returns that covers the ends of the cornice or mounting board.