Pottery Barn also offers some good options for ready made window treatments. They also offer blinds in a variety of fabrics as well. Unlike Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn offers prints. Like Restoration Hardware, their fabrics are nice and seem to be well made.
Ballard Design also offers well made options in a variety of fabric options and styles. Their drapery range from very traditional to updated options would work in a variety of rooms. I think it helps to see the drapery hanging in a room to give you a visual of what the product actually looks like in a space.
I especially like the options available from The Shade Store’s Robert Allen Collection. Let’s face it, Robert Allen fabrics are really great and the options are endless. If you can’t find one here that works you aren’t trying.
The panel below is made just like the one above, but instead of just running the rod pocket on the panel, they used the hidden tabs on the back. (Ballard offers the hidden tabs on some of their panels) If you panel doesn’t have the hidden tabs, you can get this look by buying drapery rings and hooks. You simply attach the hooks on the back of the panel and hook through the rings. It is amazing how this will make your panels hang better and look more custom.
Here is what is needed to achieve that look if your panel doesn’t have the hidden tabs:
These are the drapery hooks you attach to the panel if using the rings without hooks. They are attached on the backside of the panel so they are not visible.
Trim added at the bottom of the panel. This can also work if you happen to buy panels that are not long enough. You can always cut the bottom off the panel and insert a band of fabric to length the panel while also making the panel look custom by matching other fabrics in the room.