5,163 Fenstermann shades Dining Design Photos

Enviable Designs Inc.
12 Reviews
Capital Hill Residence
Ideabooks6,616
Questions9
We supply these doors direct from Germany. You can email me with any questions: david@fenstermann.com
Black fixture white shade diffuse
drum shade...drum shades...Drum shade
“lights” — farfield
Lindsay von Hagel
Breakfast Room
Ideabooks3,485
Questions9
My home collects a lot of dust, and I have 3 cats. How do you clean Roman shades?
What color are the roman shades
What color is this roman Hobble shade
Another shade option for the living room
NO ROMAN SHADES IN LIVING ROOM! "actually quite a trick to raise and lower one of these shades without struggling over the folds.
Good color and design for our bedroom roman shades
The hobbled (also called the teardrop, for some unknown reason) Roman shade works just like a flat Roman, except that the shade is constructed with soft horizontal pleats across the front at
The hobbled (also called the teardrop, for some unknown reason) Roman shade works just like a flat Roman, except that the shade is constructed with soft horizontal pleats across the front at regular intervals. In the raised position they don’t look
“window shades” — jnhearne
Kathy Corbet Interiors
5 Reviews
Manakin Sabot Dining Room
Ideabooks1,083
Questions5
space and dark moss green walls for a cozy, earthy feel. The dining chairs all all different to add fun and whimsy to the space. The elegant roman shades have a nail head trim detail for a masculine touch.
where can I find roman shades like these?
tape and nailheads on the shades
roman shades with nailhead trim at top
Natural wood window, shades. Could add wooden blinds for privacy in our room.
Love these roman shades ... design and cut
“Relaxed flat roman shade” — ms7499
Eclectic Dining Room
Ideabooks2,168
Questions4
Where are the shades from and are they mock roman shades?
Which mill did the fabric of the shades come from? They are perfect for me.
roman shade (fake) with long panels
Love the patterned shades behind the
print shades and the sold curtain
roman shades with patterns and solid curtains
basic look with valance, curtains and shade don't like shade but do like curtains
this with two panels on each and the shade behind them.
print shades with long plain curtains
interior designer Wendy Resin. "The turquoise color was the inspiration for the other textiles in the room. I followed with Moroccan-inspired Roman shades, linen drapery and antique rug. The dining room opens to the entry of the home and offers a casual but elegant space to welcome guests."
“Bausman table to the trade” — themorethe
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Dining
Ideabooks13,784
Questions21
Did you do fabric borders? The shade store recommends using a fabric border, in a darker color. But I like the look of this better. Thoughts? Many thanks!
Shades match beautifully. Can you tell me the brand and color please?
for. I like the woven wood shades. But, if you're looking for something more modern, you might want to go with a cellular shade. They are sleek and can be custom made for all of these windows, plus they come in many different shades and styles. Another option may be Roman shades. They stack similarly to
to the woven wood shades, but are made of a fabric that also comes in many different shades. Play around with some of the options we have that are all custom made to fit your window frame. http://www.blindsgalore.com/products.asp?id=roman-shades/window-shades/ http://www.blindsgalore.com/products.asp
“Dining room window idea” — khanna_24
Kathy Bloodworth Interior Design
3 Reviews
Kathy Bloodworth
Ideabooks8,440
Questions10
Love the Roman shades...who made them?
On what type of rod are the shades hung? Thank you so much!
kathy-Did i misread the comment? Why must roman shades meet the top of the curtain?-I have two bay windows (with seats) and plan on doing roman shades with curtains on each side-roman inside the window-curtains above moulding on the sides
The shades are custom fabricated and are attached to 1" x 3/4" wood rails.
I like the romain shades, but on the whole this room is too formal
Good design flowing drapes and roman shade.
I like the simple panels and the pull down shades. Nice thought for the living room. I really like the rod over the door and window. Maybe this could be in the breakfast area. I like it!
“panels” — newcombm
Lizette Marie Interior Design
2 Reviews
Willow Glen Residence
Ideabooks30,966
Questions18
Did you have the shades made by someone you can share the name of? I really love them. They really set the room off. Thanks!
Those are custom roman shades, done with a Dwell Studio fabric called "Casablanca Geo" also available through Robert Allen. I did this same fabric in a colour called Citrine for
Love these roman shades and the modern simplicity of the dining chairs and artistic take on the pedestal table.
The fabric makes the statement on simple hobbled shades.
Love this look, awesome roman shades
for study, can use shades with a similar pattern to match the catalina chair
a curvy chandelier and patterned shades.
With a strong focus on the pattern, these soft-fold roman shades in a Moroccan-inspired fabric bring in a nice pattern to coordinate with the striped area rug and simple, clean lines of the furniture. By using roman shades, the strong architectural shapes
“window treatments” — jeannieonthemove
Amoroso Design
Burlingame Residence Two
Ideabooks5,525
Questions11
How much space do you need for an interior mount for a roman shade? Thanks
do the rings face out or in on the roman shades? I put mine between the lining & the front fabric to hide. I my rings are facing the front. Before I finish up, is this
I love the Roman Shades. Beautiful! Could you tell me the name of the fabric? Thank you!
Roman Shade head rails are generally about 2" deep - so that's about the depth you'd need.
Great way to cover wicker back of chairs! Love the matching Roman Shades.
I like the idea of the shades matching the
Matching shades with furniture, like an ottoman?
Patterned roman shades matches the chairs! Love it
roman shade-ish but do not like the bottom of this
name says it all with relaxed roman shades, also known as soft or London shades: They are classy but casual unconstructed shades that gently bow when raised. Due to the lack of construction, relaxed romans work best with windows less than 54 inches wide. Wider shades should have two poufs.
“Could give pattern, color.” — cmyers1960
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