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Darci Goodman Design
Draperies with Leading edge contrast fabric
double drapery panel
Bedding, chair fabric pattern, draperies
Rod and drapery trim coordinating.
drapery border...drapery banding...lingo of draperies
May I see a picture of this room with the draperies CLOSED?
hi @sswhouzz, unfortunately we do not have any pictures with the draperies closed.
Look how beautifully 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
this list may be in no particular order, but I admit that this mistake is my number-one pet peeve and probably the mistake I do see most 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
I love this pleat style on the drapery. What is it called?
BPF: One of my biggest pet peeves is rod 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
have a fabulous selection of them), and then to smarten them up: we 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.
The style mix is not initially apparent in this room, perhaps because of the beautiful symmetry created by the ceiling 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
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
I don't know where these are from but Ethan Allen just got in new silk draperies and they have a similar color. They are simply stunning. I'm putting them in my 2-story family room for a dramatic look. Hope this helps.
Drapery - Gold Rod and Rings
Orange! Perfect use of a bright, cheery color done in a perfectly grown-up way. Great transitional style and use of color. Fan pleated draperies provide a perfect backdrop.
Decorative rod mounted, inverted pleats drapery over shutters.
length of your pinch-pleated drape:Right above the floor (positioned 1/2" off the floor for more traditional, tailored looks; best for traversing draperies)Breaks at the floor; best for stationary panels (a.k.a. ‘trouser’ length).Or add an extra 8" in length beyond the floor for a more dramatic look;
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How did you install the drapery rod brackets so close to the ceiling?
What is the drapery fabric?
Are these draperies custom made? Do you know where to get the fabric?
center drapery panels
cool drapery...The draperies
Reaume Construction & Design
At jrbsilks.com, we have backing and finishing services in order to assist you with the fabrication of drapery and upholstery and using eco-friendly, GreenShield technology!
love the lush silk/satin drapery and trims - the sheen of the fabric chairs adds something to this small space
Metallic fabrics always add glamour. These silk draperies in metallic gold are so Hollywood! The sheers have been coordinated with
Metallic fabrics always add glamour. These silk draperies in metallic gold are so Hollywood! The sheers have been coordinated with a touch of gold trim on the edge.
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.