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Debra Prinzing
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long, silvery tassels up close. Private Comment
Coast silk tassel. Garrya elliptical
Coast Silktassel (Garrya elliptica) Elegantly draped tassels appear in the
Elegantly draped tassels appear in the winter, resembling crystal drops on a chandelier. Appreciate these long, silvery tassels up close.
Coast Silktassel (Garrya elliptica) Elegantly draped tassels appear in
chandelier. Appreciate these long, silvery tassels up close.
Coast silktassel, silk tassel bush, quinine bush, wavyleaf silktassel
Botanical name: Garrya elliptica Common names: Coast silktassel, silk tassel bush, quinine bush, wavyleaf silktasselOrigin: Native to coastal ranges of California and southern OregonUSDA zone: 8; hardy to 10 degrees Fahrenheit (find your zone)Water requirement: Moderate to lightLight requirement: Full
“Beautiful specimen. Not sure it is adaptable to this clime.” — alkeenan
Julianne Kelly
Julianne Kelly
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Where did u get the tassels??
France dominated the art of the tassel in the 17th century. One tassel was often composed of up to six carved and covered wooden forms in a flat, faceted, dome or pear shape. These tassels incorporated ornaments and several different varieties
French tassel during this time had at least 300 threads. This beautiful Nobilis-Fontan tassel would have found a home in any 17th-century sitting room.
~What a lovely tassel, and Oh how graciously it has been hung. By the window with care.~
I have Tassels, just like this, in my bathroom, upstairs. They just give the curtains and room. a sort of Ritzy look.
Tassels in the 17th CenturyFrance dominated the art of the tassel in the 17th century. One tassel was often composed of up to six carved and covered wooden forms in a flat, faceted, dome or pear shape. These tassels incorporated ornaments and several different varieties of fringe, including inch, gimp
“Drapery Fabric and tassel.” — Karlene Spencer
Tres McKinney Design
6 Reviews
San Franacisco Nob Hill Highrise
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something similar made for your kitchen in a similar style and fabric. The shade is lined and interlined, it has tape trim on the outer edges and a tassel trim o the bottom edge. The Italian pottery is from the clients personal collection so I do not have a source.
with tassel fringe gives to this little kitchen alcove?
Gothic leadlight kitchen doors; tasseled Roman blind
flat Roman with tassel fringe gives to this little kitchen alcove?
Don’t you love the elegant touch this flat Roman with tassel fringe gives to
love the elegant touch this flat Roman with tassel fringe gives to this little kitchen alcove?~copied
...elegant touch this flat Roman with tassel fringe gives to this little kitchen alcove?
“Glass doors/lights” — fitzab
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Drapery Panel with tassels
Tassel tops...curtain tassels...drapes with tassel...Cute tassel s...Tassels on panels
“Bay window” — kateyang01
Jessica Risko Smith Interior Design
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Montecito Guest House
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add tassels to blinds and trims
Design find: Fun trimmings and embellishments, like pom-poms, fringe, tassels, braids and rickrack.Try this at home: Dig out that hot-glue gun (or sewing machine) and attach your trim of choice to Roman blinds, drapes, lampshades, throw pillows or even the skirting of your sofa or bed.
and only two colors at a time. Vibrant colors like orange, blue, black and green became the go-to colors. Just like on this smart Roman shade, key tassels were used as an adornment on soft furnishings in the early 20th century. They were an inexpensive way to add color and interest.
“Roman shade” — mmsullivan2013
Cynthia Mason Interiors
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Is it possible to purchase the pattern for this cornice board. The one with the tassels.
Not the design but the tassels
meticulously stylized cornice board. This cornice board includes two contrasting fabrics, glass fringe, a wooden top molding and perfectly symmetrical tassels.Styling tip: Use the same fabric from one of your upholstered furniture pieces on the cornice board for visual uniformity.
“shaped” — Shelly's Interior Concepts
BR Interior Designs
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Hip Family Dining Room
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fixture used in the project and a restoration hardware tie back! Since the ceiling heights were low we weren't able to use it, so i used it as a "tassel." Here is the basic tie back: http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=prod1166070&categoryId=cat1542015
Modern tassel accent - metal on curtain tie back
Tassels do not always have to be fabric, as they can also
love this tassel idea on drape This chain was taken from a light fixture
Contemporary Tassels The art deco era was followed by a period of more minimalism in passementerie. As architecture changed, wood, glass and metal became fashionable materials, and tassel manufacturing
Contemporary Tassels The art deco era was followed by a period of more minimalism in passementerie. As architecture changed, wood, glass and metal became fashionable materials, and tassel manufacturing dropped dramatically. In the early 1900s, Paris had more than 70 manufacturers of tassels, with only
“Tie backs” — gilmanhorton
Reaume Construction & Design
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Way the drapes look with tassel tie back
The First Tassels Tassels are technically part of the trim family. However, "trim" always seems too simple of a word for such exuberant accessories, which is why I prefer the French word "passementerie" to describe these fanciful embellishments. "Passementerie" originates from the word "passement," which
“Clock. Flower” — sunderman2
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