Custom Window Treatments Blog

Swags, Jabots, and Shades Oh My!

Swags, Jabots, and Shades Oh My!

This summer we had the opportunity to work on a house in the preservation district, owned by a commercial client.  The project involved beautiful traditional fabrics, including silk interlined with “bump” cloth to give it a more luxurious hand.  Our seamstresses made...

The Little Stage That Could

The Little Stage That Could

Recently we were contracted by the East Aurora School District to provide a complete stage makeover – tracks, supports and stage curtains. Unlike other stage projects where we simply hang new curtains on existing tracks, this project required that we identify the...

Congratulations on your Retirement Diane

Congratulations on your Retirement Diane

Drapery Industries, Inc. would like to congratulate Diane Russell on her Retirement. We enjoyed working with Diane during her 30 years with Drapery Industries and considered her not only a valuable asset to our company but an enjoyable presence in the office, as well....

Thank You for a Wonderful Year

Thank You for a Wonderful Year

The end of the year is time for reflection for us on all that has gone on in 2018. Through our work we have had the good fortune to meet many new faces, and to do projects with folks we have developed wonderful long-term relationships with over the years. Window...

Drapery Industries helps North Rose-Wolcott Central School

Drapery Industries helps North Rose-Wolcott Central School

Ask any general contractor and they’ll tell you, building can be rewarding work, but not without its challenges. Each new build or renovation is unique, there are dozens of trades to coordinate with, countless details to manage, budgets to keep and timelines to meet....

Happy Holidays from your friends at Drapery Industries.

Happy Holidays from your friends at Drapery Industries.

As we prepare for this joyous time we wanted to tell you about a few of our favorite things to do for the holidays like decorating our Christmas tree (Bob has over 100 ornaments he puts on his), baking Christmas cookies (Lauren has already started working on hers),...