Pricing Details

The cost of our products depends on window size, the type of window treatment and fabric/material you choose, type of control option you select, as well as any optional enhancements you want.

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Helpful Information About Carole Drapery and Side Panels

First, measure the width of the area you would like to cover, keeping in mind that you will want to extend your measurement out from the window edges.

To measure the height, measure from the top of where you will mount the hardware on the wall; for ceiling-mount drapery, measure from the ceiling. Measure to the floor (or slightly above or below, depending on whether you want the drapes to puddle on the floor or if you need a bit of clearance).

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A helpful hint: Ask your local expert to measure all your windows, so the measurements are on hand for future projects.

To ensure your window treatments fit perfectly and function properly, we recommend leaving installing to a Hunter Douglas expert.

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If you’d prefer to install your shades yourself, check out our installation instructions.

Vertical Application

  • Width: 20 in. - 210 in.
  • Height: 24 in. - 235 in.

Please note: Width and height allowances depend on fabric type and control option selected.

You can find information about replacing a part on our parts and repair options page.

Carole Fabrics offers a 3 year Limited Warranty on Carole Drapery and Side Panels.

Cleaning Recommendations:

  • Regular light dusting maintains a like-new appearance of your Carole Drapery and Side Panels.
  • Do not use magnetic cleaners such as a dusting mitt on light-dimming fabrics. This will damage the light-dimming backing.
  • Vacuum gently using the brush attachment on any vacuum cleaner.
  • Use a can of compressed air or a hairdryer on the non-heat setting to dust off drapery.

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