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Letitia Holloway
12 Reviews
Tuscan Project
Ideabooks14,643
Questions12
Where can I find the medallions used on this window treatment?
How can I make similar window panels myself?
Hi, I'd love to know if I can make similar window panels hung from medallions without getting them custom made? (p.s. I do not know how to sew either!) Would tab top
I'd like to know the size of the cabinets, the window and the bathtub please.
I have a similar window in our master bedroom, facing south, and this could solve our problem
My resource is Supreme Novelty Fabrics http://www.supremefabrics.com/ in Chicago.... Love them. They do such a great job on window treatments!!!!!
The room is aprox 17' long with the tub taking up 7'... with the edge as I recall. Vanities are aprox 6' long each.
“Curtains” — claudia1023
Yaniv Schwartz - Photographer
Overview
Ideabooks2,653
Questions3
Love the window treatments on the tall windows.
Drapes, not too long, ties on
one treatment for a dble ht space.
long curtains on the long windows.
Perfect window treatment for this application!
Adding drama. On a wall this high, upper windows can look like a lonely add-on. Sheer panels loosely tied back will provide a counterpoint to the hard edges. The best part: They won't break the bank.
“sheers in Dad bdrm” — bethdad
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
Ideabooks3,881
Questions5
Is it difficult to change a door/window frame size or shape?
I am putting in window grilles on all my windows and would like to be able to open and close them when I need to clean the window or in case an emergency exit is needed -.e.g. if there is a fire
Can you please tell me who is the manufacturer of the windows? I need something like this for my master bathroom window which looks directly into my neighbor's yard/house. Thank you!
do you know who is the manufact. of this window? i love the design
is this hard to install? is there a certain manufact. for this window?
akaltrace, The lock on these windows looks similar to our window lever lock. Our lever is part of a 3 point latch with a cremone bolt. Here are some pictures- http://www.houzz.com/photos/11738727/Renaissance-Solid-Bronze-Windows---Doors-by-Progressive-Solutions-transitional-windows-austin http://www.houzz
“Wings” — whurney
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
Home Services Unlimited, LLC has been in business for over 29 years. We are licensed, insured, bonded and an EPA Certified Renovator.
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Siddons Design Team, Decorating Den Interiors
4 Reviews
Siddons Design Team
Ideabooks10,380
Questions14
2011 Dream Room Winner On the windows we used cornice boards covered in a damask patterned fabric and attached honey-colored silk drapery panels inspired by grand European pillars. These treatments were ideal for framing the picturesque outside view. We selected a luxurious, golden-colored sofa with
cornice boards holding the panels. Is there a built in rod? What size cornices should I use for a 6" wide space in between 3 54" casement windows so it overlaps the windows a bit? 1 foot maybe. Much appreciate your feedback.
Panels are stapled to the cornice board, no built in rod. Cornices were notched to accommodate the window casing and overhang the 6" space between the windows. The dimensions of the cornices are 15 x 15 (outers) 13.5 x15 (innners). Hope this helps. All the best for your project
“Color” — sinapopo
Fox Custom Builders, Inc.
Casa Ibiza
Ideabooks3,956
Questions4
High ceiling and floor to ceiling windows
This is the type of clean, clear, protected view we help our clients with every day. It looks like there is only film on the uppers for extra glare reduction but for fade protection covering the lowers
from fading and deterioration. Silk, for example, is susceptible to sun rot. UV window film helps protect silk drapes.
Using UV window film. If you really don't want coverage but find the room too bright, UV film is a great option. It acts like sunglasses for your windows, cutting down on glare. It enhances thermal properties and protects your furnishings from fading and deterioration. Silk, for example, is susceptible
susceptible to sun rot. UV window film helps protect silk drapes.
“Awesome windows” — alyt11
Design Visions of Austin
5 Reviews
2010 Parade
Ideabooks1,014
Questions3
Please tell me the name of the fabric for the window treatment.
leading to kitchen for extra pantry space.
Imagine the window as a walllpapered wall with sconces
dining room shade for large window
wall to wall window with bench
Love the window seat, would
Windows, color, pattern
Window treatment...Window coverings....Frameless windows...window treatments...bench window sea...window and bench...large open window...Dining room window...tha window!...window treatment...picture window
“window treatment” — danysmc
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
Ideabooks2,258
Questions2
What type of window treatments did they use here? Thank you.
Hi there. The windows are wood on the interior and aluminum on the the exterior, making them virtually maintenance free. The aluminum is available in over 180 colors and the wood
Nice house color in combination with windows
The style of window is fascinating
Very interesting way to trim out the windows
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
“Render” — mrreno7
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks9,472
Questions8
something similar for the front windows on my home. I like the coverage of the area but that it is still sheer enough to let light through. I am interested in where you purchased, type of curtain and sheers, and any other details. Also, are these curtains made for arched windows or did you have to adjust
Interior of Windows--the curtains & the arches. The other arches & columns
Lightweight drapes over sheers keep this window treatment feeling airy in a room with a light, neutral palette.
"Tieback." A tieback holds drapery fabric away from the center of the window. In this room the designer used a matching fabric sewn into a band to do the
“Chairs look sinful!” — reginaeaston
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