23,490 drapery Home Design Photos

Robert Baumann, Architect
3 Reviews
Wine Country Spanish Estate
Ideabooks3,780
Questions11
Can you please tell me the name and company that makes the drapery fabric used in this bedroom?
Where did you find this beautiful drapery fabric
Drapery fabric...2 different heights on drapery rods....Varying drapery heights...drapery fabric ????...same drapery issue!
“everything” — tamara_pr
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Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Clear Creek
Ideabooks2,992
Questions5
are the drapery fabric as shown or did they sew the two colors together to make the panels
Blue and white horizontal stripe drapery
Living drapery...drapery with big horix stripe
“living room” — tksanders4
Puschendorf Interiors, inc.
1 Review
Aqualina - Sunny Isles, Florida
Ideabooks1,175
Questions3
What did you use to create hidden drapery? Crown molding or plaster?
Shows true look of silk drapery fabric
Hidden drapery rod...Drapery idea for dining room...drapery rod/track hidden behind...drapery behind...Nice and the drapery too...hidden drapery rods...Hidden drapery hardware
“Shows true look of silk drapery fabric” — Ag Olivieri
Edwin Pepper Interiors
1 Review
Luxury Condo
Ideabooks2,879
Questions8
love the gray yellow and black, interesting round drapery hanger
dark accent wall with dark drapery. Piping on sofa
“Rug” — mgbernicker
Cabell Design Studio
10 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks5,841
Questions17
I have similar draperies but love the way these are tied back. How is it done?
beautiful! The specific drapery term is called Italian stringing. Whether this has any foundation in Italy we do not know :), but the drapery is held in place
Hello hotandcold, Thank you for your compliments and your inquiry. The drapery terminology for this method of tie back is Italian Stringing. There are
Please let us know if we can be of any assistance. We have a wonderful drapery workroom! Elizabeth Cabell, ASID, CID Cabell Design Studio
Hello Ann, Thank you for your compliments and your inquiry. The drapery terminology for this method of tie back is Italian Stringing. There are
“Tapestry” — rdadee
Douglas VanderHorn Architects
20 Reviews
French Country Estate
Ideabooks942
Questions3
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
front or back, 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
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 the wall
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
“All Bedroom” — George S. McGregor
Habachy Designs
25 Reviews
Habachy Designs
Ideabooks21,214
Questions15
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 rod or track for
Draperies. Bedrooms on the first floor usually need more privacy than bedrooms on
for floor-to-ceiling draperies can be installed on the wall or the ceiling, depending on what suits the room the best.
“nice concept for bed” — bakshirita
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Glenwood Residence
Ideabooks8,964
Questions5
have seen this solution several times: just create backdrop of beautiful drapery space. Wondering if this is why you chose to do this. Thank you so much
11. Drapery. You don't need a window to cover a wall with floor-to-ceiling drapery.
drapes? Who knows! But how inviting does that bed look with the wall of drapery behind it?
Drapery behind the bed is so fabulous!
“Curtains” — mancoo
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