10,247 contemporary drapery Kids Design Photos

The Seventh Element Design Group
3 Reviews
288 Dawlish Avenue, Toronto
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Kids Drapery
Contemporary bed covers
contemporary drapery
contemporary room
The Seventh Element Design Group
3 Reviews
288 Dawlish Avenue, Toronto
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Kids Drapery
Contemporary bed covers
contemporary drapery
contemporary room
The Seventh Element Design Group
3 Reviews
288 Dawlish Avenue, Toronto
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Kids Drapery
Contemporary bed covers
contemporary drapery
contemporary room
The Seventh Element Design Group
3 Reviews
15 Doncrest Drive, Toronto
Ideabooks1
Questions0
contemporary drapery
contemporary kitchen
Contemporary bed covers
contemporary bedroom
contemporary living room
contemporary master bedroom
contemporary master
The Seventh Element Design Group
3 Reviews
15 Doncrest Drive, Toronto
Ideabooks1
Questions0
contemporary drapery
contemporary kitchen
Contemporary bed covers
contemporary bedroom
contemporary living room
contemporary master bedroom
contemporary master
The Seventh Element Design Group
3 Reviews
15 Doncrest Drive, Toronto
Ideabooks2
Questions0
contemporary drapery
contemporary kitchen
Contemporary bed covers
contemporary bedroom
contemporary living room
contemporary master bedroom
contemporary master
“Front facing kids bedroom window treatment idea” — buckeyerakhi
Grace Blu Designs, Inc.
18 Reviews
Foster Home Charity Project
Ideabooks3
Questions1
A fun lounge designed for a teen foster home. Bright colors and fun furniture gave it a relaxed yet cheerful space to brighten the kid's days! Designed by Grace Blu, www.graceblu.com
“Carpet” — troissoleil
McCroskey Interiors
8 Reviews
McCroskey Interiors
Ideabooks16,393
Questions19
The draperies were sewn up into the cornice. The cornice was only 8-10 inches deep so the draperies appear to lay flat against the wall. Thanks!
cut in half (raw edges sanded), then one side of the velcro was applied to the circle edge, and the other applied along the drapery's top edge on the reverse side. The drapery was then velcroed to the board. 2 "L" brackets (available at Home Depot) were screwed into the bottom of the coronet's straight
The draperies have a "pinch pleat" at the top. Thanks!
agree with B Fein Interior design, it is worth finding an upholster to do the work. Cornices/crowns should not be that expensive, it is the material/draperies that hang down that can get pricey. Try researching cornices/crowns online until you get the look you want. Type in "bed crowns or bed cornices"
“the colors, curtains behind the bed and the mirror” — sblacker
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