I think this sweet little, kitchen cafe curtain has turned out to be one of my all time favorites. But then again, so many of the window treatments I make and especially the ones in Tara’s home have been my favorite at one time. They’re like songs. This one is my current favorite.
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1. VELVET RUFFLED TREE SKIRT I made this tree skirt last year for my client Tara and it’s one of my all time favorites. Probably because of the apple green velvet. There’s no probably about it. You guys know how much I love velvet. Especially this time of year. The tree skirt features the same shade of velvet we used on Tara’s kitchen cafe curtains on the 2″ ruffle around the edge &
photo credit: Beccah B. The morning of Kaleigh’s personal shower Courtney and Karianne presented her with her own special flower crown for the day. At the shower the girls set up a flower crown making station for all the attendees to make their own cute crowns. The crowns ranged in size and style from those that resembled elf ears to crowns befitting a Greek goddess. 🙂 It was so much fun
Have you ever stumbled upon the jewelry organization or jewelry storage boards on Pinterest? Oh.my.word! There are so many crazy, creative ways to organize your jewelry! While I wouldn’t call my jewelry storage crazy creative, I do think it’s pretty, it’s functional and the best part is I’m using sentimental pieces that otherwise would be hidden away in a closet.
All this guest bathroom lacked was a window treatment. Something simple yet charming to soften the existing blinds and add that finished touch. The black and ivory shower curtain gave the room plenty of pattern so I chose a sheer ivory curtain and added just one simple detail to make this little curtain POP!
Builder’s don’t think about curtains. It’s my job to think about curtains and I’ve come to the conclusion that Builders don’t think about curtains. Ever. Are you surprised? Have you ever lived in a home with arched windows in a bedroom? A bedroom facing East, South or West? Have you ever had windows built so close to the fireplace that they must have been part the fireplace design? Or maybe