As an authorized Hunter Douglas Showcase dealer, EGWC is proud to offer you the innovative design, advanced features, and unrivaled quality that make Hunter Douglas the brand of choice for dressing windows with style and flair. We also carry products from other premier manufacturers, including Graber, Kirsch, Levolor, and many more.

Outstanding products are only the beginning. As experienced problem-solvers, we will ask you just the right questions to realize your creative vision - And to determine your need for sun control, light control, insulation, privacy, lift systems, pet and child safety, and any other concerns.


Unique designs and color-coordinated fabrics add impact to your home decor. Our fabric lines encompass a broad spectrum of styles, from contemporary to traditional.

We are proud to offer:

Draperies, valances, sheers, laces, roman shades, balloon shades, upholstered cornices, soft cornices, lambrequins, swags, cascades, Adowrap vertical blind slipcovers, tiebacks, cafe curtains, panels, trimming in unique combinations, and motorized drapery tracks.


Drapery Trends of the Year

When it comes to trendy window treatments, drapes may have a lot of competition on the market but they’re still a front runner thanks to all of the benefits they have to offer. For example, you can expect your drapes to provide you with better temperature control indoors, to prevent dust from entering your home through open windows, and even to allow for custom light control throughout the day. Drapes are also versatile and lend themselves to a host of design options. Modernize loves the following drapery trends of the year:
 
Layering
One of the easiest and most popular drapery trends of the year is layering a set of drapes with another type of window treatment. This not only creates depth and context, but it reinforces some of the benefits drapes have to offer including extra privacy. Layering window treatments provides a clean look and offers the opportunity to introduce contrasting colors into a room. All types of blinds and Roman shades make an awesome accompaniment to drapes for layering purposes.
 
Wide Spectrums
Wide curtains are a perfect fit for wall length windows and sliding door entrances. When opened, they offer a visual to the outdoors and let the sun in while maintaining a sense of privacy by keeping a large portion of the edges of windows and glass doors covered – wide and long drapes also help to make windows appear larger than they really are. Wide drapes are well known for the luxurious materials they’re commonly made of, such as velvet and silk.

Clean, Smooth Headers
For a tailored, soft look consider implementing inverted box pleat headers into a setup that includes grommet drapes. You’ll find that this look lends itself beautifully to a clean and contemporary room, not ideal for a family-style space but perfectly suited for home offices, guest bedrooms, and dining areas. Using light neutral colors for the headers with darker drapes will provide drama without making your contemporary design feel too stuffy.
 
Sheer Highlights
While sheer drapes have been around for years, they have yet to lose their luster and continue to be a popular option for those looking to incorporate anything from a contemporary look to a simplistic style within their homes. Today’s options steer away from fussy frills and lacy embellishments, and instead feature interwoven designs and iridescent highlights. Many popular options are even embossed with patterns within their headings for some extra flair.

You can mix and match these trends to create a unique look for each room adding color, depth, and a storytelling aspect to your home’s overall décor.

Source: Modernize