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Dawn Sercia Designs
Are the valance and draperies mounted on a board or rods? THANKS
Hi, these are custom made. I have designed drapery for people in different parts of the country. It takes a few extra steps but it can be done. Message me with your email address If you're interested
Front bedroom this is the style of draperies. We are not using the valance.
Empire Valance with jabots over bishop drapery
Drapery Ideas We Love at Design Connection, Inc. | Kansas City Interior Design
These draperies, along with this ottoman, make me think of a wedding cake — very light and frothy in feel. Instead of using tiebacks to swag drapes to the side, the designer used them to add volume by lifting the drapes partway down. Are you designing a bridal showroom? Take notes!
Cabell Design Studio
I have similar draperies but love the way these are tied back. How is it done?
Hello Ann, Thank you for your compliments and your inquiry. The drapery terminology for this method of tie back is Italian Stringing. There are thin cords hand tied to the back of each panel. The cords run through small
placed in a different pattern rather than a straight run as for the Romans. Please let us know if we can be of any assistance. We have a wonderful drapery workroom! Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID Cabell Design Studio
color” “love drapery style for living room, just love the room” “a bit to much, but the style is mike top the ground. curtains are very interesting” “curtain style...curtain style 9alon...Couleur, style”
Cabell Design Studio
crystalr22, Thank you for your inquiry with Cabell Design Studio. The medallions, or tiebacks as they are sometimes called, came from a fabulous drapery hardware company called Paris Texas. They are 5" in diameter and are mounted on 8" rods. Please let us know if we can assist you with price and
Hello kloewer, Thank you for your inquiry. The sheers are a custom austrian balloon shade made by our drapery workroom. The fabric, measurements and fullness were all custom made to our specifications. The silk panels and the silk top treatment are also custom
The way valance is hung and draperies
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
2010 Colorado Homes & Lifestyles "Home of the Year"
Here is a link to the drapery fabric, Schumacher's Hothouse Flowers in Spark. http://shopmaddieg.com/catalog/product/view/id/97764/s/hothouse-flowers/ Hope this helps!
Love the colors of the curtains and the drapery rods. Great pop of color to the furniture too.
The living room color palette was based on the blue, orange and green hues of the custom drapery. After falling in love with the fabric, Schumacher and her client decided to base the rest of the living room around this organic looking textile.
Eclectic Dining Room
1. ceiling 2. rug 3. monocromatic drapery/wall ?
like the drapery style and rod size. minimal finial on the rods. Looks contemporary. Like the flat roman under the drapes too.
designer Wendy Resin. "The turquoise color was the inspiration for the other textiles in the room. I followed with Moroccan-inspired Roman shades, linen drapery and antique rug. The dining room opens to the entry of the home and offers a casual but elegant space to welcome guests."
Kingsley Belcher Knauss, ASID
KBK Interior Design Portfolio
would you please share your source for drapery fabric? Thank you.
box pleat valance w/ drapery, patterned
Valance with draperies -- we'd use different fabrics
pleated valance and draperies...traditional, but not fussy; love the trim detail
Depending on the fabric, can be casual and light. The drapery panels will be lighter in a linen like fabric.
Draperies. Bedrooms on the first floor usually need more privacy than bedrooms on the second floor, but both may require natural light. This very contemporary floor-to-ceiling drapery offers light as well as privacy. When it's closed, an entire
entire wall of fabric still allows light in. Tip: The drapery rod or track for floor-to-ceiling draperies can be installed on the wall or the ceiling, depending on what suits the room the best.
Douglas VanderHorn Architects
French Country Estate
while a printed or woven fabric does. So any valance or drapery panels visible from both sides will require fabric on both sides if you’re using a printed fabric. In this case the gathered valance needed fabric on both sides, but the drapery at the head needed fabric only on one side, since it’s against
traditional approach with this bed design for a Douglas VanderHorn Architects project in Connecticut. She paired an upholstered headboard with a layer of drapery behind it and partial panels at each side of the headboard. The fabric canopy is set within a shaped wood frame with a graceful gathered, fringed valance
against the wall. Rinfret notes this bed required about 15 yards for the blue fabric on the headboard drapery and interior valance, and 10 yards of the floral fabric for the outside of the valance, as well as 15 yards of trim.