The Curtain Exchange

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Custom Curtains in New Orleans


At The Curtain Exchange, we offer many styles of curtains and hardware, including our in-stock selection of 100 designer curtains and our wide selection of fabrics for custom curtains. We offer our custom curtains service with quick turnaround time so that our customers can get precisely the size and style that they need to complete the look of a room, without a long waiting period. Custom curtains are an excellent option for non-standard windows that require longer, shorter, or wider curtains.

We have a modern Studio line of over 100 fabrics to choose from to create custom curtains, and you can also choose the lining and interlining fabric to achieve the privacy level and climate control that best suits your needs. For example, a thermal blackout lining will block sunlight, allowing for complete privacy and keeping your home cooler in the summer. In the winter, a thermal or flannel lining will help retain heat, keeping your home warmer. For a lighter look during the spring, you may choose to line your curtains with a thinner interlining, although some lining is always preferred to give curtains a more finished look.

There are many more options to choose from when creating custom curtains. At The Curtain Exchange of New Orleans, we also offer three hardware lines, custom iron hardware, and specialty headings. Visit us today to see what we have to offer or to set up a home consultation.

Remodeling and Home Design


3936 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70115
United States
Store: (504) 897-2444
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Customer Reviews:

“An urgent rush for window treatments need not be the mother of convention.”

House and Garden, June 2005

“While an antique bed is the focus of the room, it is covered in sumptuous fabrics that pick up the iridescence of the wall treatment and [Curtain Exchange] silk curtains.”

New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles, Decorators’ Show House X, Spring 2002

“A treasure trove of curtains in New Orleans.”

Window Fashions, February 2001