9,804 warehouse shades Kitchen Design Photos

Brunelleschi Construction
17 Reviews
.barnlightoriginals.com/ceiling-lights/vintage-lights And for the warehouse shade go with an original style which we aptly "The Authentic" - https://www.barnlightoriginals.com/ceiling-lights/barn-lights/the-authentic-warehouse-shade-cord-hung-ceiling-light I attached some images for your convenience
Hi there, this is a great kitchen dining room setup with a great use of the vintage style socket lights combined with the warehouse shade. Though I am not 100% sure of the lights in the picture exactly I know we have some items that can definitely help you out if you like this style
you can easily recreate the look with our 16" Ashland Pendant (the warehouse shade) and two Indy Pendants (the socket lights). Here are the links: Ashland Warehouse Pendant: http://www.barnlightelectric.com/pendant-lighting/barn-pendant-lights/the-ashland-en-2.html
“Cottage” — Jennifer Blais
Barn Light Electric Company
14 Reviews
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RLM Warehouse Shades
Warehouse Shades
“IKEA cabinet” — okcamp
CliqStudios Cabinets
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Two-Tone Galley Kitchen
Warehouse Shades
“Two tone” — ssatl
Anna Baskin Lattimore Design
Shady Grove Kitchen
Are there three roman shades across the large window. Nice job
Where are the roll up shades from?
Nicely done treatment. Generally a shade is mounted in a spot that maximizes the view. Keeping about 3' - 4' of wall visible above the treatment is a good idea.
you are still interested in getting a similar look please check out our houzz profile. loom decor has similar fabric to this and can customize roman shades for your home! hope its not too late! happy decorating!:)
One roman shade for all three windows with roller shade underneath?
Like the color on the roman shade for the house
Shades fabric colors, loom pure website
Love the banding on the roman shades
Love the chandelier and roman shades
the look of the shades w/white trim.
“roman shades” — emilyk8
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
8 Reviews
West Philadelphia Kitchen
room. If you have the option of adding a large window or doors to your kitchen-diner, consider a black, grate-style design like this for a classic warehouse mood.
historical block, the exterior changes — including this window — had to be approved by the Philadelphia Historical Commission. This patio is fenced in and shaded by trees for ultimate privacy, but still gets plenty of sunshine during the day. The clients wanted an eat-in kitchen; the little nook created by the
“Clear chairs with wooden table” — Charlyn Cu-unjieng
Tres McKinney Design
6 Reviews
San Franacisco Nob Hill Highrise
I am looking for a fabric to make toe top curtains to hang on a branch and that fabric on the roman shade is perfect. Do you know where I can find it?
Where can you buy the shade. It would look great in my new kitchen. Also the pottery on the window
door you can mount the shade on the door, making sure the sides of the shade overlap the glass by at least 1" and still clear the door knob when you raise and lower the shade. If you have sliding glass doors then I recommend a curtain panel in the same fabic as the roman shades that draws away from the
It is a roman shade. I call it a flat roman shade as there are no horizontal tucks. It would be great over a double hung window. It pleats itself as you pull up the shade so that when it is in its top most position it mimics a valance. It can
“tassels” — sarahmcmahon
Melissa Condotta | Folklore Studio
Modern Kitchen Reno
love the shades..where are they from? or what is pattern called?
Roman shades for French doors mounted at same height as windows...
Type of shades on the doors, not exactly the colors
Style (not fabric) of roman shades
Match nearby windows. Keep the feel of the space consistent by adding the same roman shade to any standard windows in the room.
“Window Treatment” — jckobs
Susan Manrao Design
5 Reviews
Timkin Residence
Can you tell me where the drum shade light fixture is from?
them to install it correctly and the shade ended up dented after all the hassle. If I may, I would suggest looking up Grand Brass for the chain and they can probably custom make it for less.
The shades are a little complex, but I will give it a go. The shades are not attached to the wall with the
them welded). I worked with my drapery fabricator to put simple endcaps onto the rods and then custom made the linen roman shades. I've posted details and more photos of these shades in a previous discussion at the link below. Hope that helps! http://www.houzz.com/discussions/332945/Flooring#addAnswer
Would love to get directions on how to make these shades. Thanks!
“soft roman shade with drapery rod, but no rings.....” — cyndymama
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