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Storybook Rooms, LLC
4 Reviews
DC Dining Room
Love the wall color and window treatments
DR - window treatments flat roman shades stripes
valance on the window treatments. Gives a standard flat roman some interest.
window treatment idea
Dining room long narrow windows
Window treatment style
Window treatment and chandelier
The window treatments
Window treatments...Window treatment
“wall color” — loria2
Just Joh
i like it that this window treatment has all the components that I would ideallly like for my windows; shade, valance and pull back curtains.
Swag valance with matching drapes pulled back and fill window
layer of window treatments can be very expensive especially if they are custom made. Get the look you want, but pace yourself. You can always purchase the first layer, then add the second when your budget permits. More: Browse draperies in the Products section How to Get Your Window Treatment Right Custom
“Златните” — Rosica Vasileva
Interior Makeovers by Annie OCallaghan
1 Review
Interior Makeovers by Annie OCallaghan
know the pattern for the window valance
me the dimensions of the arched windows including arch?
They were custom made, try to blow up the picture and take to a window treatment maker. Good Luck.
Really like this - maybe a modification of it would work on Kitchen window
Love the bow window and seat and all the natural light.
love the color of the walls and the style of window coverings. You immediately feel welcomed into this space
nice window combination with dining area in center...
“Table” — abovee
Susan Glick Interiors
5 Reviews
Modern Classic Interiors
Idea for living room window design but with larger windows
The designer recommends using window treatments to frame out windows with a little texture in a clean and uncluttered manner. This way they highlight, rather than distract from, the architecture. The drapes here are finely ribbed and French pleated. The window treatment hardware is nickel. Painting:
paint is cheap in comparison. Tip: Paint your colors onto large boards and move them around the room. Leave them sitting next to skirting boards, near windows and on top of mantels. How do they look when the light changes, or next to greenery?
Photography by Jane Beiles“The architecture has great bones, and the details make all the difference,” Susan says. Arched transoms, tall windows, dentil molding and a fireplace with an Emperador marble surround are versatile, classic touches that can host a variety of styles. Susan wanted to
“Paint color” — cbs820
Jerome H. Davis Interiors, LLC
5 Reviews
Clark Master Bedroom
What is the least expensive window treatment for this style window that will block light? Seems every blind (even room darkening) allows light through the sides.
There are privacy tracks you can add to shades but it takes away from the beauty of the windows. There will always be some light peaking through the sides. You could add simple drapery panels to cover the edges of the shades.
window seats & shelving on the inside of them
Try to envision tv on sane height as window seat
turning the window corner with seat
“chambre” — laciroquois
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
Create a window seat above the radiator
radiator cover as a built-in window shelf
6. Keep window treatments simple. Remove fussy window sheers and heavy draperies from the windows in your historic home — gone are the days of elaborate festoons, jabots and swags. By taking down heavy window treatments, you reveal the beauty of the window trim and make the rooms appear
6. Built-in window shelf. In this living space, a decorative grate and built-in shelf fill what would otherwise have been an awkward and unusable window nook where the radiator sits. Completely filling small nooks with built-ins is a
“Chair” — ninapennewell
Rachel Kate Design
Lake Calhoun Residence
I like the trim around the window, which allows the curtains to be hung inside.
Here's a lovely formal window treatment...
Tiebacks make a treatment sassy, so getting it bang
arched window in the Dining Room.
the tieback should be placed at either the one-third or two-third point on the panel (somewhat above or below center). But look at this stunning treatment with its tiebacks just about at the midpoint. You guessed it: The rules do not guarantee that proportion will be right; they are simply guidelines
“Round” — D.R. McRae Construction
Karen Hartley Interiors
1 Review
Carrollton Home Design
The window treatment is exactly what I am looking for my living room. Great Job!! To achieve the curtains with angled hardware do I need to cut the top of
I love the shape of the treatment.
pictures for summer treatments that could be interchangeable?
idea for dining room eyebrow window
Window treatment Chandelier
Wall treatment and window treatments
window curtain is nice
Dining room window treatments
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“drapes and light” — Sommer Russell McCammond
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