One of the best things about making your own curtains is the chance to incorporate all sorts of details. I love details. The little extra “something” that might go unnoticed by some but make all the difference in the final results. In the Gallery of this blog you’ll find two sections dedicated entirely just to details. Pillow Details for pillows of all shapes and sizes and Window Treatment Details. Today I’m sharing a board
I am so thrilled to share this gorgeous home with you! Tamara and I collaborated long distance on several window treatments for her home. With long distance projects I don’t always have the chance to share photos. Currently, Tamara’s home is on the market and we now have these lovely photos to share not only the window treatments but her entire house!
Today I’m sharing 4 new window treatments that range in style from soft & simple panels to a vibrant, colorful valance to tailored & pleated panels. The first set of curtains frame out a pair of large french doors that overlook the family’s back patio. The open concept of this space features a living room, dining room and kitchen where we recently placed a splash of both color and pattern over
I love this combination of fabrics. The pairing of a classic black and white houndstooth with a vibrant turquoise ruffle. This pillow is part of a collection of pillows I made a couple of years ago for Stacey. It’s one of her favorites. And as sometimes happens with gently loved items the zipper gave out. Sometimes it’s not, but in this case the pillow was definitely worth the extra effort of putting
There was something missing. A brand new home featuring a large, family-style kitchen. Solid maple cabinets and hardwood floors. An island, big enough for a crowd to gather around. And a eye-catching barn door leading to the pantry. But Carol felt there was something missing. Color. While she loved the neutrality of her new home she was ready for color.
My dining room is right inside the front door of our home. We have a 60″ round table which allows us to pull in extra chairs and squeeze up to 10 people around the table. The problem is the table top is in desperate need of refinishing. I wanted a quick and inexpensive answer so I experimented with making a tablecloth by piecing one together from drop cloth remnants. I liked
When I found this aqua damask I knew I’d found the perfect fabric for Lynda’s pillows. The problem was there was only 2 yards and I wanted 6 yards. With no possibility of ordering more I purchased the 2 yards, as well as a matching tassel trim, with the hope of finding a matching solid to finish our pillows. I have to admit I thought it was a long shot. So, the hunt began for