SOURCE: Arhaus


January 26, 2015 11:17 ET

Arhaus Adds Drapery & Window Hardware to Assortment Online and In-Store

CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwired - January 26, 2015) - Arhaus unveils drapery and window hardware on its ecommerce site,, and in store locations. The collection features drapery panels in crisp cotton sateen, soft washed linen, Dupioni silk and cotton velvet, along with an assortment of complementing sheers and hardware.

"Drapery and window hardware is essential as we continue to evolve as a lifestyle brand and offer clients everything they need to outfit their entire home in Arhaus," says Chief Creative Officer Gary Babcock. Working closely with vendors, Babcock stressed quality in the fabric selection and details. "We're not using everyday fabrics," he explains, "and we've added hand-stitching, which is what truly makes the collection unique in its category and ultimately what clients look to us for."

The color offering varies within the collection but revolves around seven hues: Warm White, Ivory, Optic White, Charcoal, Drift, Slate and Port.

In store locations, the retailer showcases two widths (50" w. and 100" w.) and three lengths (84" l., 96" l. and 120" l.). Sheers (unlined panels) -- in a shimmer metallic or silk organza -- are offered in 50" w. and in the following lengths: 84" l, 96" l. and 120" l.

The silk organza sheers are available in White, Ivory and Charcoal to coordinate with the retailer's drapery color palette. The metallic sheers are sold in Pewter and Bronze.

Hooks are included with all drapery panels; rings are sold separately along with other specialty window hardware including: rods, single and double rod ends, single and double center brackets, finials, tiebacks and wands.

The hardware features the traditional metal finishes like Antique Brass, Antique Silver and Dark Bronze, as well as two wood finishes borrowed from the retailer's furniture categories: Java, which is inspired by the Dark Cantina Bassano finish seen on various dining pieces made in Italy and Weathered as seen on all Palmer Weathered Oak Collections.

Drapery panels, sheers and hardware options are showcased in the store's Design Center along with its fabric and flooring offering. "We offer a full swatch program so clients can take draperies home with them," says Babcock. "You can also request a swatch online."

View the entire drapery collection at

For store locations, visit

Arhaus: Arhaus offers a compelling, inspiration-filled environment -- stores average 16,000+ sq. ft. -- with one-of-a-kind handcrafted home furnishings reflective of a distinct global point-of-view. Arhaus collaborates with skilled artisans here in the states and all over the world who craft its many exclusive collections, which are complemented by timeless upholstered pieces (slipcovered, leather and custom-order seating), dining tables and chairs, bedroom, outdoor and office furniture, seasonally-inspired accessories, private label bedding, throws and accents, tableware and more. Made of the world's finest materials (with attention to sustainability), products are presented in dramatic lifestyle settings infused with original architectural elements imported from Parisian flea markets and Tuscan villas, hand-painted murals, Arhaus Revivals, or repurposed antiques, and the freshest botanicals sourced locally in each store market. Arhaus is privately-owned and operated. The national home furnishings retailer was founded in 1986 by father and son, Jack and John Reed, and is headquartered in Cleveland. For more information, call 866.427.4287 or visit

"Furnishing a better world." This is our philosophy; it dates back to 1986 when father and son, Jack and John Reed, opened the first store location in Cleveland and vowed never to use wood from the world's endangered rainforests in the making of an Arhaus design. Today, nearly 50 percent of our collections are made of recycled material -- everything from glass, to metals like copper and wood cast off from far off lands. To ensure our values are upheld, we work with artisans who share our earth conscious values and use renewable and recycled materials when crafting pieces for our stores. Sustainably sourced timbers like teak, bamboo and mango -- grown for the sole purpose of building -- are used. And because we love a good story, we use reclaimed materials whenever possible, namely wood from countries tearing down dilapidated barns, shipyards and rural structures, and we refurbish one-of-a-kind antiques-we call these pieces Relics. To further minimize our impact on the environment, our stores, corporate offices and even delivery trucks operate at maximum energy efficiency and promotional pieces are printed using soy-based ink and on recycled paper.

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