Window Treatments Used as Dividers in Restaurants & Other Boutique Commercial Spaces

 
 

Window treatments are not only for windows!

Often, they are used to divide a large commercial space (restaurant, reception hall, etc) into smaller sections. Seemingly simple projects, they actually are all but...

Here's one example from our recent work.

Our task:  to create a divider drapery panel, which this restaurant can use to section off a portion of their dining room floor.

Execution:  double sided, self-lined drapery panel; ripplefold construction; heavy-duty architrac track; 

What can go wrong:  

-60lbs!!!! of fabric is very difficult to handle, sew, and install

-this fabric was growing, stretching, expanding, and generally not laying easily

-ripplefold tape and snaps mean that there is absolutely no room for adjustment

Result:  beautiful divider drapery panel and a happy client.

BTW, the restaurant was designed by the brilliant team at Gacek Design Group -

www.gacekdesigngroup.com

Visit the restaurant at

www.MainAndVineBistro.com

 

BEFORE -

CONSTRUCTION PHASE

AFTER

- DRAPERY PANEL - OPEN AND TIED WITH A TIE-BACK

AFTER

- DRAPERY PANEL RELAXED AND CLOSED

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AFTER - VIEW FROM THE BACK SIDE - TIED-BACK

AFTER

- VIEW FROM THE BACK SIDE - STRAIGHT

AFTER

- VIEW FROM THE BACK SIDE - DRAPERY PANEL CLOSED

AFTER

- CLOSE-UP OF THE FOLDS AND SNAP-TAPE (BACK VIEW)

AFTER

- CLOSE-UP OF MASTER CARRIER (BACK VIEW)

AFTER

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