Malibu Linen Banded Drapery Panels

$34.00 / sq. ft.

  • Available in 21 airy colours
  • Customizable to your needs from the dimensions, colour, number of panels, pleat style and lining.
  • Handmade in Toronto, Canada
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Available in 21 airy colours, our Malibu Linen Banded Drapery Panels are a beautiful and durable way to frame a window. Our Malibu Linen has a content of 95% polyester and 5% linen. Malibu Linen provides you with the linen look, without all the fuss. Our banding is approximately 6″ thick and placed on the leading edge of the drapery panels.

Handmade in Toronto, each drapery panel is customizable to your needs, from the colour, the number of panels, pleat style and lining.

Please visit our measuring tutorial to ensure that you are ordering the correct length, width and quantity of drapery panels.

*Product image shows our Malibu Linen Banded Drapery Panels with a ripple fold pleat. The colour is ‘White’ with ‘Grey’ banding paired with a brushed nickel channel rod.

Need Assistance?

For a guide on ordering your drapery panels, please click on the “How to Order” tab above.

In need of some inspiration? Browse our Instagram page to see our latest projects and custom drapery panels. Please refer to our contact page if you have any questions or require assistance placing an order.

How to Order

  • Colour: Begin by selecting a fabric colour. Should you need a sample, please click the “Samples” tab above to order a sample.
  • Panels: Next, select if you would like the amount of coverage to be from a single panel (piece) or two panels.
  • Pleat: Pleat style is next and one of the essential steps that will determine the style of your drapery panels. Should you require assistance in selecting a pleat style, please refer to our pleat guide here.
  • Lining: When selecting a lining, consider your space and the purpose you wish your panels to serve. If you would like your drapery panels to be lightweight, please choose cotton lining. Select dimout lining to block some sunlight. And to block out the majority of light (suitable for bedrooms), please select blackout lining.
  • Measurement: The last step is to measure your window(s). Please follow our guide here. Should you require more assistance with measuring, please refer to our contact page to get in touch with us. Once you have your measurements and know the amount of coverage you need, please enter it in our price calculator. Enter the width and length of coverage you require to generate a cost.


To order samples, please click here.

Fabric Content

95% Polyester | 5% Linen


How to clean custom window treatments

We recommend professional window treatment cleaning or dry cleaning for all of our custom draperies or window treatments.


We offer a professional measuring service within the Greater Toronto Area if you’re uncomfortable measuring your windows. Please refer to our contact page to get in touch.


  • The colour of fabrics may differ from computer/phone/tablet screen to in-person.
  • Please order a sample to have a better idea of the colour fabric you will receive. Ordered products will not directly match samples because of the variance in dye lots from fabric bolt to bolt.
  • Fabrics with natural fibre content such as linen, cotton, wool, flax or hemp are prone to variances in dye lots.
  • Natural fibres react to your room’s humidity and tend to shrink or stretch as the seasons change.
  • Natural fibres such as linen have lines/flecks or other natural characteristics, which are not flaws but a trait of natural fibres.
  • Linen has reduced elasticity and does not spring back readily, thus wrinkling and creasing easily.
  • Cotton can be ironed but not steamed. Steaming cotton fabrics can cause shrinkage.
  • Silks naturally have slubs, shading, uneven construction and other inconsistencies. These are not defects but rather the natural beauty of the fabric.
  • Blinds with blackout lining will have pinholes where the light will slightly shine through when there is daylight against the back of the Roman blind. This is normal and from where hardware rings are sewn.