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Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
This is a good representation of what a valance with drapery panels behind would look like for your slider.
shutters on one window with no drapery, french doors with valance and functional drapery for privacy.
Drapery Panels with Tailored
Draperies over doors
drapery fabric...Drapery and valance
Jennifer Lang Designs, Inc.
Dining Room option drapery
Jefferson drapery...Drapery colors...colors on drapery
jodi foster design + planning
a local drapery supplier to review the best options for your needs... both in terms of hardware and drapery. Hope that helps! Cheers, Jodi.
This rods is actually a 25mm diameter "Vesta Drapery Hardware
I would suggest visiting a local drapery supplier to review the best options for your needs... both in terms of hardware and drapery. Perhaps even bring this image and others to illustrate what you are looking. Cheers, Jodi.
Can you tell me the diameter of the drapery rod? Thanks
The drapery rod was sourced at Ruffell & Brown in Victoria, BC.
Love this type of drapery on this type of window
Drapery idea fThese drapes pull to one side to suit space and extra wide slider.... They are on special track hardware
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.
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.
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
Where can I find drapery grommets for a reasonable price?
ndividualising the curtains, here with a colour band” “heading. Grommets line the entire top of this whimsical drapery heading
Add a contrasting color to your space by getting brightly colored draperies. They can dramatically stand out while not looking tacky or over-the-top. At Windo VanGo we make custom fabric treatments to match your unique style and taste. Learn more
Pierced heading. Grommets line the entire top of this whimsical drapery heading so a drapery pole can slide through. Tip: Many big-box stores carry this window treatment prefabricated. Match the finish of the grommets with other
Insulate while you decorate. Insulate your bare windows and doors with heavy drapery. This not only conserves energy, but also adds visual weight to an airy space.
In Atlanta Homes with Thomasville Furniture
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?
Love the contrast band accenting the design in the drapery
center drapery panels
cool drapery...The draperies
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
drapery with shaped cornice outlined in contrast fabric
Return. Finally, you must decide how much return you will need. Return is the distance your drapery hangs away from the wall. Yup, this also affects the proportion. The standard return is 3½ inches. But larger or taller windows may require a deeper return to avoid looking squashed against the wall