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Soft. Subtle. Tailored. Many of the window treatments you see here on the blog are bold and dramatic. They make a statement with contrasting fabrics or bold color choices. This window treatment makes a statement in a much more … Continue reading
When describing this window treatment you might use words like Elegant…or Sophisticated but to me the first word that comes to mind is Dramatic. This one little window has quite the wow factor in the drama it creates for this … Continue reading
I call this sweet little valance a Bell Valance. I’m sure it has other names but since it looks like “bells” this just seems to make sense. This valance is a favorite among my clients as well as you guys … Continue reading
It’s quite common when designing new window treatments that I will need to work with existing furniture, paint colors or artwork when choosing fabrics. This is the first time college football played a role in the process.
If you’ve read this blog for a while you probably realize I love to use velvet. Especially silk or silk-like velvet. Most often I use it as an accent. Velvet make a gorgeous ruffle. If you’ve visited The Gallery you may have … Continue reading
This sweet little laundry room window treatment is simple but packs a big punch due to the fabrics. Chocolate silk velvet and patterned cream cotton sheer work beautifully together.