As someone who’s purchased and returned (and purchased and returned) window treatments throughout the entire first half of the California shutdown, I know first-hand the trials and tribulations of trying to DIY home drapery on a budget. And while some of the premium window covering companies are entirely out of reach for the mere mortals among us, some new DTC companies are moving into the space between crazy-expensive and the never-ever-fit options of big box stores.
Los Angeles-based Interior designer Haley Weidenbaum founded a new DTC window treatment company called Everhem to simplify the custom drapery process, and make it more affordable, for homeowners and designers. After ten years in the design business herself, Haley saw that window coverings were a pain point for nearly every client and there wasn’t an easy solution available. She set out to make the custom window treatment process easier for everyone.
Her Everhem platform is a web-based service that guides even the least design savvy homeowners through a series of questions and measurements to lead them to the perfect, high-quality window covering for any home space. Products are custom-made in Los Angeles within 15 business days and shipped DTC with a comprehensive instruction manual and all necessary hardware components.