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Amy Lau Design
West Chelsea Loft
Like the fabric draped on the ceiling.
great soft drape design- contemporary
Love this draped ceiling
playroom ceiling drapes
for drape over rosie's bed
Draped canvas light diffusion.
draped fabric in hallway
Draped fabric enhances this hallway, giving the lighting underneath a soft glow.
Feel like your ceiling could use a little texture? Drape a long piece of fabric down the center of your ceiling for a creative effect that begs your guests to look up.
draped fabric...Drape over lights...ceiling drapes...Draped ceiling...draped hallway...the drapes above
Phoenix Tent and Awning Company
Stylish Entry Ways
Cabana Drapes...canvas drapes...Exterior Drapes...Gazebo Drape...Gazebo Drapes...Outside Drape...Outside Drapes...Patio Drape...Drapes for outside...Exterior Drape
Bruce Johnson & Associates Interior Design
for the drapes? How are they hung to look like they are floating over the rod?
Simple drapes create a spectacular look that can cover the entire door if necessary. Tip: If you have clerestory windows, like in this photo, install the draperies just underneath them to save on the cost of fabric.
ripplefold drapes on traversing rod
drapes over sidelights?
Window and drapes
Virginia's Premier Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
I like the drapes at the front door look
What do you like about this photo?drapes
Drapes over sidelights
paint color with gold-brown drapes
Drapes @ entry...Entry drapes...Burlap look drapes....Burlap drapes?
lovely soft drape and a shimmering surface. The fabric is so soft that the nap crushes easily, leaving a mark or impression — a feature that identifies the velvet as being made of silk. For this reason, never iron silk velvet, as it will crush the fibers and leave an imprint that often cannot be removed.
A draped throw in a brilliant color helps to loosen up this formal entry. The pooch doesn't hurt either.
Silk velvet. Silk thread woven into velvet was once so expensive, only royalty could afford it. It is still expensive today, averaging $200 per yard. Silk velvet has a lovely soft drape and
Gina Fitzsimmons ASID
Wye River Waterfront
Love the drapes
A Classic CT Home with a Modern Flair
color of drapes matching wall color
Simple plain drape, pattern only down edge
Potential dining and drapes
Blues, drapes, vases
color, drapes...DR drapes?