521 puddle" Home Design Photos

Coddington Design
2 Reviews
San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2008
Ideabooks2,189
Questions4
you can hv draperies break in a puddle on the floor
draperies - how they puddle and panel at the bottom
refers to how the bottoms will hit the floor. I try and stay away from the puddled look because it's not ideal for homes with shedding animals. Instead, I
clean, tailored and carefree. Those of you longing for an ounce of the puddled look, consider 1/2-inch of extra fabric for a leaning, stacked-back break
“Upholstered chair for desk/dressing table” — mns76
Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
Norman Residence
Ideabooks2,846
Questions5
ng with textiles — for comfort, function and beauty. Did you know that puddling the curtain on the floor originated centuries ago, when textiles were so
The article talks about puddling and never skimp on size length and fullness great to remember !
g with textiles — for comfort, function and beauty. Did you know that puddling the curtain on the floor originated centuries ago, when textiles were so
“ceiling” — Erin Sproul
Liz Williams Interiors
1 Review
Show House- Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Christmas House 2008
Ideabooks5,533
Questions12
Slightly puddled decorative panels on windows with transom
Tende Puddling Puddling goes beyond a simple break. It moves into a sense of excess. It can
love how they puddle on the ground...Puddling drapes...Like puddling look...Curtains - Puddling...puddling (length of
“skirted chairs” — Jane Weaver
"Home Redefined, Inside & Out" Servicing Northern Virginia
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Ross Howard Designs
17 Reviews
Draperies
Ideabooks384
Questions0
Puddled draperies over Hunter Douglas Silhouette Window Shadings
for length: puddle or trouser break. These gorgeous, formal panels cascade with a flourish of fabric onto the floor, forming a puddle. A puddle-length panel
puddle length panels are great for formal panels-they trail min of 6" onto the floor
for length: puddle or trouser break. These gorgeous, formal panels cascade with a flourish of fabric onto the floor, forming a puddle. A puddle-length panel
Puddle length curtains (not used when...Love when the panel has a puddle
“good look for screened in porch and/or living room” — vanillamendoza
Dawn Sercia Designs
Sitting Area
Ideabooks6,670
Questions6
"Puddling." A long drape that falls to the finished floor creates a puddle of fabric. Tip: The bottom of the drapery
drapery that lands on the floor should be fluffed by hand for the perfect puddling effect.
Valance w puddling drapes
“Cort” — cristianreyesvera
decordemon
Brian Patrick Flynn
Ideabooks139
Questions0
for the bottom seam which should be about 1/4" from the floor. Can also puddle the floor.
and getting trampled on by dogs. For a more dramatic look, draperies can puddle on the floor or simply overlap an inch or two. Sure, it sounds easy; however
and getting trampled on by dogs. For a more dramatic look, draperies can puddle on the floor or simply overlap an inch or two. Sure, it sounds easy; however
“Break is a term used in drapery for the bottom seam which should be about 1/4" from the floor. Can” — D H Design
Rick Hoge
Gaillardia show home
Ideabooks10,942
Questions7
curtains - Deep puddling here reinforces the formal setting. This is not a low-maintenance solution;
would be surprised to know that I secretly covet luscious draperies that puddle out on the floor like this. Unfortunately, I have cats who would curl up
Deep puddling here reinforces the formal setting. This is not a low-maintenance solution;
“Curtain” — cbeas
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Suburban Contemporary
Ideabooks1,076
Questions1
if making a dg path place it higher than surrounding to avoid puddling
higher elevation (1½ inches or so) than the surrounding land so water doesn’t puddle.
dry stacked stone path is slightly above rest of ground keep water from puddling
elevation (1½ inches or so) than the surrounding land so water doesn’t puddle.
“I like how this steps down - looks like a technique we could use for the slope between the driveway” — Samantha Bulloch
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