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Harper Design from HarperCollins Publishers
Living in a Nutshell by Janet Lee
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Can you please tell me the step by step directions to making these balloon shades? they are jsut what I am looking for. Thank you!
Bubble/balloon curtains made from twin fitted sheets
Like the balloon shades and desk
twin fitted sheet balloon shade DIY Living in a Nutshell
DIY ballon shades made with twin fitted sheets.
Balloon shades made from twin fitted sheets.
DIY balloon shades: Make classic balloon shades in a jiffy using patterned twin extra-large fitted sheets. Leave the lower half of each sheet's elastic edge on to create the balloon effect. Remove the upper edge elastic, fold the sheet over a curtain rod and fuse
your own balloon shade — vertically gather a single, ordinary curtain from top to bottom with ribbon.
“DIY balloon curtains” — shannonsadik
ladylynn34
kitchen inspiration set 2
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reversed pleats of this balloon shade
FANTASTIC floral fabric on the bench beneath the [horrid] balloon shades!
balloon valance, may use in my kitchen
I love the balloon shades. The space is very casual, comfy and has a fun loving feel to it.
of this balloon shade has a more streamlined and classic appearance. The top banding is an up-to-date approach that ties in the yellow of the banquette fabric. Style tip: Apply a contrasting band in a coordinating color to incorporate your overall color story throughout the room.
“note the pop of color on fabric” — dinabeattie
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Gatsby
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I love the caramel shades in this room which it make it feel warm but still simple and elegant
This a balloon shade which has a formal feel and can
I like the arch over the window, and the mantle. The balloon shade is an interesting touch.
very tailored balloon shade with bottom bullion fringe.
ormal Balloon ShadeEvery great room deserves great window treatments. An arched window opening is the perfect setting for this very tailored balloon shade with bottom bullion fringe. Style tip: Should you want an even more formal feel, lower your balloon shade further. The more fabric that is exposed
Fabric shades can be adapted fairly easily to fit nonstandard and curved windows, which is just one of the many reasons shades need to be on your short list when you are considering window treatments.More: How to Choose the Right Window Blinds
“Curtains in a curve nice” — Lillian Dejesus
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Jill Wolff Interior Design
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Traditional Living Room
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Balloon shade is a type of Roman shade made to puff out along the bottom when it
Dog ear balloon shades with inverted pleat shades in the next room.
nice shade option for dining or master bath
Tacked Swag Valance and Wide Balloon Valance in Complimentary Fabrics
A balloon shade is a type of Roman shade that is made to puff out along the bottom when it is raised. A balloon shade can contain one balloon, which looks just like an exaggerated, relaxed Roman …
roman shades. Austrian-style roman shades are by far the most formal and traditional, delineated by several vertical and horizontal rows of ruched gathers and scalloping along the bottom. Due to the gathers and scalloping, an Austrian shade requires more than double the amount of fabric than typical
“Same curtains for both rooms” — spgreaves
RSVP Design Services
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Blue and Beige Guest Bedroom
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baloon shades and color of paint
on this balloon shade. The imperfect scalloped bottom adds a relaxed note, while the fringe is just the right touch to complement the chandelier. Style tip: Rather than matching the fabric of the window treatment exactly to other upholstered pieces, coordinate within the general color palette for a more
“Relaxed balloon valance” — mtarrant
Jamie Herzlinger
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Jamie Herzlinger
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I like these balloon shades for my living room
love the balloon shade in this bathroom
Tailored balloon with lots of extra fabric on the bottom.
Too sterile, and the balloon shades look out of place.
double balloon valance offers a spectacular example of two functions within one design. The back balloon shade is a sheer fabric that can offer privacy but let in light, while the forward balloon shade can block out light if needed. Style tip: The more inverted pleats you add to your balloon shade, the
A balloon shade with inverted pleats between each balloon has a more structured look …
“Small black tiles between large square marble tile” — merethan
Robin Baron Design
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Grand Westchester County Estate
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look of balloon shades (light weight) and drapes. Light colors a must.
Guest room, balloons with panels on sides and in between
Beige colour scheme in bedroom; harmony of bedding and curtains; balloon shades
SideSheer balloon shades cover half of this window while filtering soft light into the space. Four symmetrical drapery panels offer additional texture and work in conjunction with the gathering of the bedskirt. Style tip: When you add the vertical lines of drapery panels to any window treatment ensemble
how a shade can be used in conjunction with draperies to enhance privacy and add a second layer of texture.
“miegamasis” — mistralis
Moore About... Design
3 Reviews
Master bath with Crema Marfil marble and mirrored silk window treatment
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love your balloon shades! Where did you find them? Thanks!
for the balloon shade? These are gorgeous!
Thanks for the kind words! The shades are an inverted pleat roman that "balloons"... The fabric from Clarence House - which is hard to see
balloon valance with pleat at top
london or balloon shades
for in the kitchen, balloon?
pleated balloon shade
balloon shade-inverted pleat
Orchids and shades...Balloon shade...love shades...Shape of shade...dotted cream shades...Relaxed roman shade...balloon shades
“mirrored frame” — kathy64
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