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Lisa Scheff Designs
2 Reviews
Window Coverings
Ideabooks666
Questions2
They do slide. They come in an array of colors, textures, and opacities to match your taste and style. The ones on the window are Hunter Douglas Roller Shades (...). We come to your house and help you design what product you would like and then when it arrives, we come and install it into your house
Skyline Panel on Door, Roller Shades on Windows
Window Treatment - Panel Track & Roller Shade
don't like rollers bunched up wide like
Pattern on the Roller blinds is sharp
tracks for sliders and roller shades for windows
“Plain, but could be dressed up with a valance” — Kathie Chiu
Jennifer Brouwer (Jennifer Brouwer Design Inc)
3 Reviews
Decor by Jennifer Inc
Ideabooks9,213
Questions8
Roller shades can be a simple addition behind draperies, adding not only privacy but also another layer of style to your windows. I particularly like a fringed and scalloped border at the bottom of my roller shades, with a pull made from a tassel.
Roller shades can be a simple addition behind draperies, adding not only privacy but also another layer of style to your windows. I particularly like a fringed and scalloped border at the bottom of my roller shades, with a pull made from a tassel.
“rrqr” — nguyenbahaiyeu
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Ideabooks8,360
Questions11
Am looking to do roller shades throughout a house I am building. I am trying to figure what options (other than complete blackout) can provide the needed privacy day and
There are so many fabric options now for roller shades. Many of which are not full blackout but still provide privacy at night. We have the full Coulisse line which has many clean, modern options as well as some fun patterns and really beautiful colors.
wow no crown and look at the tray ceiling!
Roller shades that can be made out of any material that both allows light in during that day and still provide privacy at night.
“Love this headboard idea, but I wouldn't extend it beyond the edge of the bed.” — mbrown1
Seattle Area Interior Design Firm
Collins Group Design, Inc. is a residential and commercial design firm specializing in new construction, remodels, interior design, and structural design details.
Sponsored
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 1 Residence
Ideabooks7,576
Questions7
Try IKEA for roller shades. We had one in our kitchen.
dry according to the directions, sand the primer, clean, and then prime again. 6. Once dry, apply an oil based gloss paint with a natural bristle brush. 7. Let the paint dry thoroughly and apply another coat. 8. After that has dried, apply a clear polyurethane finish to seal the color in. Again
“Window” — theoost1961
Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design
11 Reviews
New York - Miami - Modern interior designer - Pepe Calderin Design
Ideabooks1,496
Questions2
Recessed roller shades above sliding doors. When shades are up they are concealed in the ceiling. This require planning and framing to create the roller shade pocket at the ceiling.
indirect ceiling lighting hidden roller shade for sliding glass doors
master hiding rollers
tray ceiling...ceiling / tray...tray ceiling
“staromodni” — Maria Arshevskaya
Julie Ranee Photography
B&A W
Ideabooks5,881
Questions4
Where's the giant brush and paints from? So cute!
Giant paint brush and paint from pottery barn
LOVE THE GIANT PAINT BRUSH AND PALETTE!! Originally
watercolor tray and brush
Love watercolor tray
Jumbo paint brush and palette
paint brush from pottery barn
The paint brush w paint
Large paint brush and paints
Paint Palette and Paint Brush
paint brush
“Paint and paint brush oversizeD” — jsus
Leslie Saul & Associates
10 Reviews
Boston Condo
Ideabooks2,469
Questions2
you'll need painting supplies that can handle its pits and crevices. Choose rollers with a long nap and press hard as you roll to push paint into tiny holes, or use a sprayer for the most even results. You'll probably want a brush to take care of mortar lines and cut in around doorways or windows. Because
you'll need painting supplies that can handle its pits and crevices. Choose rollers with a long nap and press hard as you roll to push paint into tiny holes, or use a sprayer for the most even results. You'll probably want a brush to take care of mortar lines and cut in around doorways or windows. Because
Because of brick's rough edges, cutting in isn't as easy as it is on a smooth surface, so use a narrow brush that you can manipulate around bumps and crags. Prime it right. Use a primer that's designed for masonry and apply it according to the manufacturer's instructions. (You'll almost always need more
“painted brick” — Sandra Sanford PLANNING + DESIGN
Savio & Rupa Interior Concepts (Bangalore)
Master suite, Munnar Villa
Ideabooks14,624
Questions19
roller blinds in a window with no architrave
tray ceiling with lighting
Tray ceiling...Roller blinds...simple roller...roller blinds...tray ceiling
“For downstairs” — allysonlara
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