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we love the window. We are interested in purchasing the window. Who manufactured the window. Thank you, Jody
Can you refer me to a business that can create a window treatment exactly like this one?
What is the name of this window treatment material
What kind of sink is that by the kitchen window?
wide is the window? How high?
What kind of window is that? Is it a casement with a transom at the top? double hung? Do the outside windows open or is it all just stationary?
Being a fabricator of customer window treatments, my experience would say this treatment is mounted on an arched board or some other sub-structure. There is a slim possibility it's an arched rod.
This is a casement window with the left and right windows opening and fully functional. Thanks for your interest! ...
Dungan Nequette Architects
Day Residence Interiors
Window Décor Homestore in Lee Branch in Birmingham, Al
Low headboard in front of window
maybe place bed in window bay?
botanical blue print on the window treatments cozies up the guest room.
6. Remove window A/C units. Remember to drain them and clean or change the filters before storing them for next year. Keep any hardware in a labeled plastic bag taped to the unit.7. Hang heavier window treatments. More than a style statement
statement, thicker window coverings can help your home retain heat — slashing energy bills. If you use blinds during the year, layer curtains on top. If you have light cotton curtains, trade them for thicker drapes.
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
built in window over radiator cover Completely fill in small nooks w/ built ins bed it visually expands
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
Susan Glick Interiors
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
Malinard Manor - Master Bedroom Sitting Area
who is interested in this window treatment. I can't tell exactly how it is made since I can't zoom in on it. Is there a pattern available?
I love the windows!! Is draft a problem with so many windows, and if so, how do you fix
layered beneath a taffeta gathered swag valence that's hung from rosettes with tassels. Your experienced workroom specializing in traditional drapery treatments should know how to accomplish it.
wow yes i just saw it as a new dilemma and i was about to say DO whatever it takes to save this room and these windows! it is gorgeous! so glad to know that was already done! :) Janette
interior wall and ceiling. But I wonder if the sofa has the standard height because it seems it is a little higher or it is just the illusion of the window in the background. It is indeed difficult to see the details of the room in the picture but I really appreciate and admire the interior design of the
Robin Baron Design
Grand Westchester County Estate
What are the dimensions of these windows? Thanks!!!
Are the hooks mounted on the ceiling? Hard to tell from the picture. I have been trying to find ideas for my kitchen window and this looks like it
bedroom window treatments. I just checked on HardwareHut.com and couldn't find them. Can you give me any more information on them?
Those are unique curtains. May I have the pattern for them, and how much fabric do I need for 80 in wide window? thank you
Love the farmstyle sink and the large windows, although the window treatment is a bit odd.
Marie Burgos Design
An amazing architectural space with floor to ceiling, wall to wall windows, providing incredible light to this penthouse in the heart of Tribeca. With the designer’s instinctive implementation of Feng Shui in all of her designs, she incorporated fundamental Feng Shui principles, the five natural elements
please tell me what is the window covering on the lower windows...is it frosted glass or some sort of mesh shade...I want to use it on my home...awesome room
natural light flood in. But also consider... If privacy's an issue, or if you just don't like feeling that you're on display, integrate sleek window treatments that won't stop the eye: sheers or solid panels that blend into the wall color; narrow blinds; mesh shades. As long as they're done in a neutral
Erika Bierman Photography
Where can i find the window shades
Window treatment set up for L's room
rods or traverse rods, as well as substantially more labor, and you can see how the costs add up. My clients are often shocked by the price of window treatments. But when you consider the miles of fabric and hours of skilled labor required, it shouldn’t be surprising that they can be one of decorating’s
inviting. With two large windows in the small (12’ x 14’) room, positioning the bed was crucial. I decided to place the headboard in front of one of the windows to allow the room’s new resident to enjoy some of the skyline views of Los Angeles’ downtown high rises through the other window. Placing film over
over the bottom half of the windows obscured the less inviting view directly outside. Two blown glass lampshades from Neptina in Venice, CA. helped determine the color scheme. "Attention to detail is important in small rooms because the details are more noticeable — they have to co-exist," Schandel says