4,392 bustle swag Home Design Photos

Katie Armour for Ethan Allen King of Prussia
39 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks5
Questions0
bustle swag
bussel swag
“BR window” — mgellerla
DARLENE OHNTRUP
9 Reviews
Timeless Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks5
Questions0
bustle swags & classic panels
Amelia Bennett
Thinking about scale
Ideabooks3,458
Questions3
swag on top for living room
Swags/Jabot on Rod; fringed bottom of swags
Swags would be possible, one over each window. I would like them better if not quite as long. The tapered sides would work as well,
Now we enter the world of top treatments. Swags and jabots are at the other end of the spectrum from curtains: They are inherently and irrevocably formal in feel. The horizontal portion that swoops across the top is the swag, and the complex pleated portion trailing down the sides is
“Drapes” — reneejunette
Cravotta Interiors
18 Reviews
Malinard Manor - Master Bedroom Sitting Area
Ideabooks18,307
Questions12
It's just pleated sheers layered beneath a taffeta gathered swag valence that's hung from rosettes with tassels. Your experienced workroom specializing in traditional drapery treatments should know how to accomplish
window treatment - swag and sheer combination
Purely perfect! The crystal chandelier, silk swags, subtle gray palette and carved domed ceiling making for a luxurious sitting room.
Simple swags. This room may appear extravagant, but the swag window treatment is actually very simple. The detailed ceiling, elaborate moldings and heavy patterned
patterned wall covering are the main focal points, and the swag simply ties in to the sofa color. Style tip: For simple swag designs, decorative finials and tassels are great ways to create a finishing touch.
“Beautiful ceiling & window treatments” — Marcie Williams
Gaila Design
5 Reviews
Gaila Designs
Ideabooks1,961
Questions4
shank of the pull. The swags were made point to point and had ties as well.
The background was a tiny sage green and cream check with an overprint of larger terracotta floral sprays. Its been a while, but I think the fabric was a bit shiny, like a heavy taffeta. The swags in the dining nook were
were terracotta taffeta, that same fabric lined the bells over the sink and eventually I made operable roman shades in the taffeta that went under the swag in the kitchen to reduce the glare from the lake. Its been many years, haven't seen anything quite like that print, but you may come up with something
i like the swag idea, but the wall separating the windows is much smaller than this picture
“Just plain beautiful” — gjneuman
Golden Interiors
Open Plan Living and Dining Room
Ideabooks341
Questions1
Accent Carpet Borders and Custom Mahogany Bookcase Wall Unit, Cutsom Window Treatments, 3" Dia Antique Gold Wood Pole and Finials with Floral Fabric Swags and Full Length Panels, Dining Area Wallpaper and Wood Trim Accent Details
sheer, swagged look, but still pretty anemic
draping of swag curtain over rod
“this is getting close to the sheer, swagged look, but still pretty anemic” — sgarcata
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Holiday
Ideabooks5,435
Questions6
Can anyone tell me where these drapes came from? I love the short swag drapes. Thanks!
The bias cut stripe on the swags allows for softer folds. Vlances at two windows pair nicely with draperies on the larger window wall.
The swags...Holiday swag...swags on bias...Curtain swag...mantel swag
“The garland!” — Cindy Rippel
Paula Grace Designs, Inc.
20 Reviews
Cortese Dining Room 3
Ideabooks5,201
Questions13
Beautiful swag valance with cascades and trim. Also that
like the contrat banding on the swags
Run blue fabric through cavets and swags. No Jabots. Drape fabric for panels same as swags
There isn't room for panels, but the silk swags are pretty.
all the details. Here, a swag is used as a valance to hide all the hanging hardware. Historically, the amount of fabric used in drapery was indicative of wealth. In today's world, traditional treatments become a major design element in a room. In this room, the shape of the swag reflects the scrolling
“Fabric on chairs” — normamull
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