Fuller was hired by my drapery designer to devise a solution to covering windows where the traditional solutions would not work: for a floor-to-ceiling window and two glass doors, both arched at the top, and both facing a public park. There was no room for pleated drapery, and the cord at the top of roman blinds would have been unsightly given the arches. Mike at Fuller Draperies went out of his week to find hardware that: 1) would allow me to raise roman blinds manually from floor level, thus avoiding a cord across the top; 2) would make it easy to remove the blinds for laundry/cleaning; 3) would have cords sturdy enough to withstand frequent lowering and raising by hand; and 4) could also be installed on the doors. The drapes are beautifully made, the hardware is elegant, and, best of all, Mike was engaged and excited by the challenges of the project (where others had told me 'it couldn't be done').
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