The Curtain Exchange

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In Home Consultations


After you have seen the designer curtains that we have in stock and taken a few panels home to try out, consider taking advantage of our expert in home consultants. A consultant will visit your home to help evaluate the rooms for which you are planning to buying curtains. During this process, the consultant will speak with you about current and future plans for the room and the desired functionality of your window treatments. He or she will also determine important factors such as the direction that the room faces, when the light will be the most intense, whether or not there are animals or young children in the home, and the preferred decorating style.

After getting an understanding of what you are looking for and the functionality that you require, our consultant will offer you advice about the style of curtain that would best fit the room and other practical factors—for instance, which options would provide the most privacy, which would let in the most amount of light, or which options would allow the most flexibility between these two.

Please note that we do charge for our home consultations. Prices range from $100 to $150 depending on the location, but this price is charged towards your purchase.

This is a valuable service that can make the process of creating custom window treatments much easier, so we encourage you to speak with us about setting up a home consultation as part of your purchasing experience! 

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