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My kitchen has French doors that lead out to the back deck. My husband and I pulled off the '90s mini blinds, and my plan is to replace them with simple Roman shades. These are thermal, which will help with the strong sun we get for most of the day.
How can you go wrong with a classic bamboo shade in any space? These great-quality shades come in a multitude of widths and are at a great price point.
Vertical blinds are ideal for large or tall windows, as they allow you to easily control the amount of light filtering in your room.
Bamboo shades work with so many different interiors, anything from traditional to coastal, and they look great layered under linen drapes.
Bamboo shades are inexpensive and add warmth, texture and style to every room. Pair them with long panel curtains for a classic look.
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.
Natural woven shades add texture and style to any window. Now they are affordable with these great shades from Country Curtains. The natural color of the bamboo is accented with a 2" cotton border available in sage green or wheat. You can also get this shade without a fabric border.
Most rental properties come with hideous blinds or bare windows. I always remove the ghastly blinds and replace them with drapes. These are easy to customize with a strip of contrasting fabric or look great simply left as-is. They are a cheap and easy fix for plain windows.
Ritva Curtains with Tiebacks, White
I'm a big fan of sheer panels in a bedroom. If the space gets a lot of light, I'd layer these over wood slat blinds for better coverage.
This beautiful fabric by Thomas Paul for Duralee will brighten up your home with its cheerful yellow dahlias.
For those with little girls, you know how hair bows, clips and barrettes can get out of control. A hanging barrette holder like this one is a great option and can add a decorative touch to the room.
Window treatments are often left for last when decorating, which is not surprising considering that custom drapes and blinds can run well into the hundreds of dollars. If your room's window dressings are more for form than function, though, you can easily find some pretty and affordable options.
Make your Derby party an instant winner by incorporating vintage trophies into the tablescape. You can often find these at thrift stores or online. Fill them with flowers, use them on a buffet for utensils, or have guests blindly pick their pony out of the trophy when it's time to place their bets.
Pick up some gold and white chevron fabric to immediately open up all your decorating options. Whether you are looking to reupholster an old bench, create some beautiful Roman blinds or give your dining room chairs a makeover, this glamorous textile will look great on all of your future projects.
This aerator really does make a difference in the taste of your wine. Pop it on the top of your just-opened bottle of wine and pour through it — it does make a funny slurping noise though. I have almost zero knowledge of wines, but I did a blind taste test and picked the wine that had been poured...
Does your kitchen window's view belie the otherwise perfectly-styled atmosphere that you've worked so hard to create? Control the uncontrollable and put an end to looking at your neighbor's trash cans or that pesky brick wall with these elegant window films from Brit Emma Jeffs. I love the soft...
Pearl Window Film
Curtains, curtains and more curtains! I don't think I can stress enough how quickly and easily a set of curtains can change the entire look of a space, especially a dining room. I love these ikat panels from West Elm because their pattern is just enough to be interesting without being overpowering.
I love this brushed cotton canvas fabric with a graphic navy and cream flower motif. It would work well as window coverings or as upholstery for a statement chair.
Pretty fabric is the easiest way to spice up your home. You can make some great pillows or why not frame it and hang it on the wall as art?
We would love to cover a pair of armchairs in this fabulous coral ikat from Ballard. They'd go well with an off-white sofa in a living room.
I love the way this fabric is geometric and a bit exotic. It comes in a range of beautiful colors, but the bubble gum pink is the most fun hue in the bunch.
Annie Selke Links Fabric
Get the look of custom made drapes with these paisley print silk curtains from West Elm. They are a great neutral color combination and they let the light stream through.• Silk.• Pole pocket top treatment.• Coordinates with west elm window hardware (sold separately).• All sizes 48"w.
This has to be one of my recent favorites — I absolutely can't get enough of a pink and tangerine combination. I love the various shades of pink thrown in with spots of orange on an ikat-looking fabric.
For that cool, calm ambiance of Industrial Chic, these curtain panels provide just enough "billowing in the breeze" but in the right color palette for a loft apartment.
There is something about a ginkgo leaf pattern that is so restful and beautiful. So much so, you forget about how badly those trees can STINK (It has something to do with planting a male and female tree within a certain amount of space of each other - then they get those STINKGO berries). Anyway, I...
Here the suzani pattern is simplified and paired with a rich purple, brown and silver colorway. I imagine using this fabric for pillows, drapery or the back of a dining chair.
Fahri Grape Fabric
I love this contemporary take on botanical vines by Annie Selkie. Within the pattern there are almost paisley-like swirls, and the small print is always a nice addition to a fabric mix.
For me, the idea of a tea party conjures up images of doilies and tea cozies and kitschy floral prints. The modern, bright colors here are quite the opposite. A tea party with this color scheme would be all fun, not frumpy.
Bistro 750 Wallpaper
Designed by Maija Isola 1965, this is perhaps the most popular Marimekko fabric pattern of all time. UNNIKO consists of bold and happy flowers, and it comes in a slew of colorways. Since I have a tablecloth in this palette, this one is my pick.
I'm a big fan of florals and yellow, mustard and gray, so you can imagine my delight when I spotted this fabric. I would sew cushion covers for a sofa or bed with it.
These intricate swirls walk the line between traditional and eclectic because of their unconventional composition. A lovely choice for placemats, a tablecloth, throw pillows, a slipper chair, Roman shades and many other accents around the house.
This honeysuckle and white fabric would look so crisp and modern on dining room chairs. At only $30 per yard, you could cover eight chairs for only $120.
I've always been a fan of John Robshaw's textiles, and this handsome pattern would appeal to both men and women alike. I'm keen on a few throw pillows for my sunroom.
I like to keep my window treatments very simple, and I'd love to gain some privacy but still let in some light with these beautiful organic curtain panels.
John Robshaw textiles really bring a dose of bohemian chic to any space. This trailing vine with yellow blooms is gorgeous and would be beautiful as drapery.
This fabric from Charlotte Moss' new collection has a gorgeous, feminine silhouette print. And I love this shade of cornflower blue.
I love this twill ribbon. It would look great added to a pillow or sewn down the edge of some linen drapery panels.
Available in a range of beautiful colors, this sweet print from Thom Filicia is not too sugary sweet and has a modern vibe.
Add a splash of color to any room with this lamp. It would look great next to an all-white bed. Spice it up!
LJUSÅS UVÅS Table Lamp
This print is called "Gotcha," and it has become a widely used classic for the home decorator. I love this kelly green colorway.
BlindSaver American Hardwood Blinds are made with durable and warp resistant basswood in a wide selection of paints and stains. Our wood blinds will bring a warm, natural look to your room while providing excellent energy efficiency and light control. Covered by a decorative valance, the heavy-duty...
The better 1" metal blind option. Integrated valance provides a contemporary appearance. LightMaster option available. 6 gauge premium slats.
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