31,794 drapery Home Design Photos

Jennifer Lang Designs, Inc.
Private Residence
Draperies, but different colors
Contrast fabric bandings on draperies
Drapery style/pleat...option drapery...Drapery colors...colors on drapery
“Smalle ruimte goed indelen, plafond gaaf en iets kleur bij beige” — muziek
Loudon Architecture & Design/Build Firm
Best of Houzz Award Winner
Our experienced team includes a licensed architect and an interior designer. As an award-winning general contractor, we provide a true design/build approach managing your project from start to finish.
Tracery Interiors
Kids Den
drapery with simple band on lead edge
wall of draperies in your den for extra sleeping space. Den by day, guest bedroom by night.
Sag top. Drapery rings sewn directly to the very top of this heading hang on a rod. When you draw the drapery back, the fabric between the sewn-on rings sags forward. Tip: The closer you sew the drapery rings
“T” — Suzie gamache. Désigner
Panache Home Decorating
Mississauga residence
drapery - leading edge/inverted pleat and coffee table
Inverted draperies mounted on board
Board Mounted Drapery Panels
Drapery holdbacks...drapery on a board
“Coffee/tray table” — ellenjc1
Tucker & Marks
Georgian Residence
The draperies.
drapery panels
“Drapes” — Angie McDaniel
betsy burnham
Betsy Burnham
on the drapery. What is it called?
pocket drapery panels thrown up on cheap rods, then considered "window treatments". If someone wants tailored draperies but is on a budget, what should they keep in mind? BB: One thing we did recently was pick up ready-made panels from Anthropologie (they have a fabulous selection of them), and then
had our drapery fabricator add lining and hem them so that they were just the right length to “kiss” the floor of the room. Once these updates were done, even the rod pockets didn’t bother us; the panels looked completely custom.
beams and drapery panels. But looking closer, the traditional mantel is in strong contrast to a contemporary coffee table, while the chairs flanking the fireplace feature traditional tufting on one and paired down modern lines on the another.
“Yyyy” — Sunny Pannu
PHX Architecture
6 Reviews
Custom Residence
these drapery panels allow the full width of glass to show. Who would want to cover one more inch of these beautiful windows and lovely view than they had to? These draperies are perfectly placed and sized. This avoids Mistake No. 1: Poorly placed or sized window treatments. The rest of this list may
often. Drapery rods end just at the edge of the window so that when the panels are pushed all the way open, they still cover quite a bit of the glass. If you want to keep as much light as possible, use a rod that extends past the sides of your window by the full width that the panels take up when pushed
iling draperies will heighten your ceiling. This is a brilliant and simple fix to camouflage awkwardly sized or misplaced windows.
“Etched glass” — iamyoungjin
ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
Drapery can provide a unique textural backdrop. Consider choosing drapery the same color as your bedding so the look feels truly cohesive. Treat the window and wall as one surface. I like how the designer wrapped the draperies from the window and around the corner. There is enough space for the
draperie as a backdrop around bedroom
drapery concept only and feel of fabric
wrapped the draperies from the window and around the corner. There is enough space for the bed to be turned sideways but the sunlight coming from behind this contemporary bed is much more dramatic.
Drapery can provide a unique textural backdrop. Consider choosing drapery the same color as your bedding
“Spare Bedroom” — mackdaddyvoodoo
Habachy Designs
14 Reviews
Habachy Designs
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 wall of fabric still allows light in. Tip: The drapery
iling draperies can be installed on the wall or the ceiling, depending on what suits the room the best.
“lkklkk” — Ammar Shereef
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