New Orleans "Queen Anne", Victorian

A New Orleans "Queen Anne", Victorian mansion front parlor window dressings.
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The logistics and engineering of this window top treatment was handled extremely well by my workroom as it folded and collapsed into a manageable parcel for my highly recommended installer, Mark Lamarka to transport and handle. As it unfolds and unwraps It is going up in one piece on a large set of three windows in a bayed area of this lovely Victorian Queen Anne in New Orlean...More
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The lace sheers in the middle window traverse open in the center to allow guests to go out to the front porch. The two side windows draw back left and right. When the top treatment is installed over them they give the illusion of one large pair.
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My installer, Mark Lamarka is extremely adept at his job. He installed this complex treatment beautifully. It makes all the difference in the end.
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Once finished, this trimmed silk top treatment with lace sheers layered patterns with the silk damask wall covering in the "Victorian " style! I used matching fringes, key tassels and braided tape to give the illusion that it was "pulling" up the swags.
“good.” — Rehana Rafiq
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The only other window in this living room I had dressed in a single version of the bayed area treatment.
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A detail of the bayed area fixed side panels.
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