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I just ordered two of these to use in the nursery in my house. I love the way the rod connects to the simple wall bracket.
Silk drapes are a must. These faux silk drapes come at the best price ever. They are so nice because they are not pole tops but pinch pleated — rich folks don't do pole tops. These come in several colors and extra long lengths, too.
Like blankets for your walls, velvet curtains keep the warmth in your house while softening the look of your windows.
Burlap is a great fabric that goes with all sorts of styles, from French flea market to contemporary, and these curtains will add the texture to your windows with aplomb.50" wide; available in four lengthsMade of kenaf.Hangs from the deep pole pocket for a casual, romantic look.Detailed with...
The combination of wood and metal is to die for. I love, love these; they're so unique. They would look great in a masculine study or a library.
Check out this new drape set from Pottery Barn. I love the calm blue-gray color, and the pattern is very soothing!
These drapery panels come from Pottery Barn Kids, but I think they are sophisticated enough to hang in any adult room.
The Peyton drape is my go-to because it is one of the prettiest and most affordable lined, linen-blend drapes available.
I love this fun floral drape set from Pottery Barn. The tan and brown tones paired with yellowy orange accents would be such a fun addition to an all neutral palette.
Window coverings are an important addition to your kitchen, especially if it faces directly east or west and is hit hard by the sun.
Roman shades work so well in kitchen spaces. I love that this one in a French stripe has a vintage feel.
This cabinet hardware looks as though it could have been salvaged from a barn. The mixture of wood and metal gives these knobs a warmth that most hardware doesn't have. Dimensions: Knob: 1.5” diam. x 1.5”H. Horseshoe pull: 3.5”W x 0.75”D X 1.75”H. Set of 4.
Soft blue-green and ivory striped curtains are neutral, but can still add a little bit of interest to light walls in a coastal-inspired interior.
Do you have an outdoor space? Consider hanging these from a patio cover for an instant spring flair. They not only add drama, but help for blocking the sun as well. I love the nautical combination of blue and white.
These beautiful drapes (with blackout lining) would immediately add a spring touch to any room. The pattern is soft and beautiful. You could introduce any color into a space with slate blue.
There is such a casual elegance about a linen drape. It keeps your space casual yet chic. I adore this shade of gray too.
These cordless Roman window shades come with a blackout lining. If you're not going to be home during the day, you might consider leaving them closed to really block out the sunlight and keep your home cool.
This is the hardware that I selected for my front door. I love the shape of the backplate and the egg-shaped knob.
White drapes over the windows are subtle and neutral and give you a balancing act with color. I really like the way these look on the rod.
Reminiscent of a French cafe, these valances would be the ideal addition to any kitchen or breakfast nook. The soft stripes would play well with any and all surfaces in the space.
I'm not someone who likes to sleep with heavy shades, but word on the streets is that babies do! These twill curtains have a blackout panel sewn into the back to help block out the sun during nap time.
Poised and polished, this knob gives a nod to lovers of elegance everywhere. It would provide a fabulous facelift for any bathroom or kitchen.
Subtle gray and white stripes add a little bit of interest and pattern without being too busy. These curtains are even versatile enough to move to another room in the house when it's time for a change.
This pattern would be perfect for a three-season porch, but I think it would be especially fun in a nursery. These curtains have so many beautiful colors to work with and yet an unexpected pattern. I love the oversize floral that doesn't feel too stuffy.
If your porch gets the afternoon sun, you may want to add drapery to filter out some of the light. I looked around for some on rings, but grommets seem to be the norm.
One of the details I love most in sunrooms are windows covered in sheer curtains. It looks so light and airy.
A ceramic pull channeling blue and white china would make a brilliant addition to any room in need of some life.
Roman shades with blackout liners are perfect for getting the much-needed peace and quiet after a long day in the sun.
Currently, my son has red curtains in his bedroom. When I change his bedroom decor, I am thinking about getting a room-darkening Roman shade instead of curtains. I think the look is more masculine, while also being easy to operate.
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