10,130 grass cloth shade Home Design Photos

What type of grass is this... it's so green and smooth and soft looking.
Hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 to 7, the weeping Alaskan cedar prefers full sun exposures, though it tolerates partial shade. It grows best in moist, slightly acidic to neutral soil with excellent drainage. Protect trees from southwest winds. . Thank you for your nice comment
large genus of flowering shrubs, which -- depending on the species -- grows in USDA zones 4 through 9. This acid-loving plant grows best in dabbled shade and -- once established -- doesn’t require regular watering.
“weeping cedars” — luadams
Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Cottage driveway
Covered patio. -shaded, weatherproof cozy for reading or morning coffee
more porch to block summer sun, let in winter sun - We could extend the front porch to be longer and shade more of the southern windows
mulch in garden area then grass as edging then stone walk - soft & unique
trees as winter windbreak and summer shade
“Cute backyard gate :)” — Brenden Huffine
Rustic Bedroom
Shades only on windows and doors
Headboard cloth...wooden roman shades...French door shades
“Moulures” — ldubois
Wind and Willow Home
Eden Prairie Home
The chalk usually stays near the wall in containers and some of the dust falls to the floor but it is easy to vacuum or even wipe up with a wet cloth.
The blinds are from Home Depot http://www.homedepot.com/p/Radiance-Cocoa-Havana-Bamboo-Roman-Shade-Price-Varies-by-Size-0215506/203269364?N=bt0v#.UUu3KFdzaRM
“Walls” — heffersmith
Lucy McLintic
Four Walls and a Roof
Love the shades! Where can I get them?
Does the raw silk you used for the shades wrinkle easily?
Ottoman with cloth couch
roman shade fabric - neutral
Roman shades on bay window?
Roman shade...roman shades
“painted brick fireplace” — cwclements
7 Reviews
Chalet Interiors
The roman type shades are crisp and elegant. Can you tell me where they are from - source?
putting another chair and a small chest ( more for decor than use)in this room/ we are planning to hopefully redisgn our closet with drawers to hold clothes that would be in dresser's and or chest's. Do you think we have enough room to be able to make something like this , just as close to this and not
apologize for asking a question that has been previously asked but I couldn't find the answer. Could you provide any information on the drapes and shades shown in this photo?
Where are the small window shades from?
they look like they are from Hartman and Forbes especially the roman shades.
Color and curtains and window shade
“Windows” — brianzetterberg
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Erica Islas
what is the fabric on the upholstered headboard and shade? The same?
sized, but definitely big enough to see how I look in my clothes!
bed side table and curtain shade layering
nice for guest bedroom. Love the shades with the long drapes. I like the end table and the mirror above the bed. Nice colors too.
again, love this look of the shades to block out the light and curtains to either just add style or additional darkness/cool
“Nightstands” — Rachel Tarrant
Martha O'Hara Interiors
87 Reviews
Bridge Street Residence Breakfast Nook
I love the fabric shades, where may I purchase fabric or shades?
I'm wondering where you purchased the roman shades
Hello jasonkiley, The roman shades were custom made with a fabric by Schumacher. If you're interested in the fabric, we'd be happy to provide more details and pricing if you contact us directly at design@oharainteriors.com. Thanks!
The window treatments are available through Martha O'Hara Interiors. Give us a call and let us know that you're inquiring about the Roman shades from Belle's breakfast nook. Thanks for your interest! -Martha O'Hara Interiors www.oharainteriors.com 952.908.3150
“trim” — reeniethedee50
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