3 no drilling required mounting hardware Traditional Bedroom Design Photos

Patrick J. Baglino, Jr. Interior Design
7 Reviews
Portfolio Photographs
likely find in any good home/hardware store.
The semi-circular windows are covered with the same sheer fabric that is behind the headboard of the bed. The are mounted inside the window frame on custom drapery hardware, however they may be opened
and closed - either pushed open to the right or left. In order to achieve the desired effect of all the ripples, a good amount of fabric yardage is required and a drapery workroom would need to fabricate the window coverings, in order to ensure proper pleating. The fabric underneath the semi-circular windows
use for the window treatment, the more light you will block. Take the direction in which your room faces into account — south-facing rooms usually require more light control.
“sheers/cornice” — notadoc
Jeanne Finnerty Interior Design
1 Review
Jeanne Finnerty
Have Bobby drill a hole that can either be filled/covered or we could connect a lamp which would connect to the electricity. We need places to connect to outlets as
Painted cabinets, no detail...embelish with hardware
here is pretty much the same as that of a bed and two normal nightstands, but provides enough space for a small library of books and other objects. Mounting sconces to the interior continues the clever use of space. More space-saving ideas: Inspiring Murphy Beds 18 Ways to Make a Small Space Look Larger
“For moms room” — goddessfemme
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Tracy Murdock
What type of hardware or installation does a look like this require? Would you need. 4 poster bed to do this?
ceiling-mounted bed corner drapes
“Canopy bed” — maleficent66
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