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Dungan Nequette Architects
4 Reviews
Day Residence Interiors
Window Décor Homestore in Lee Branch in Birmingham, Al
Low headboard in front of window
under window with bold pillows and curtains
maybe place bed in window bay?
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, thicker
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.
“Colors” — kimmyjo9674
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Woodmeister Master Builders - WestWind
all the treatments like this use poplar for the walls. Someone recommended I use engineered wood in Florida because it is more stable, and less prone to warp. Thanks!
all the windows and leave the middle window open
The window trim is Benjamin Moore's #925 Ivory White.
Lots of light, white on white and walls of windows keep it simple and beautiful in this seaside retreat.
The window trim is Benjamin Moore's #925 Ivory White.”
he walls and ceiling were painted to match Farrow & Ball's "Borrowed Light" No. 235. http://us.farrow-ball.com/borrowed-light///fcp-product/100235. The window trim is Benjamin Moore's #925 Ivory White.
like airy window treatments, not heavy
Window TreatmentsThink muslin, voile or soft linen for your window treatments. Old sheets, whether linen or cotton, can make great curtains. Add a DIY shell trim for a more defined coastal look. Muslin is really cheap, so use loads of it to get the soft, opulent look that works so well in a vintage
Cheryl Scrymgeour Designs
6 Reviews
Golf Club Renovation
Can you please tell me the length of the wall with the window?
is the window valance from? Love it!
makes the window fabric and stool fabric?
above the window from? And also the stool cover fabric.
on the window. Have found the stool fabric but can't seem to get information.....price, etc. Is the inside of cabinets a different blue and if so, can you tell me brand and color? Don't have Farrow & Ball here in MS, but still trying to get info to match. So excited about your design!
Hi The window fabric is Robert Allen East Bay Colour Spa and the Stool fabric is Maxwell Fabrics Structure Colour Cameo.
Barn.The window fabric is from Robert Allen. It's called East Bay - Spa. The stools are covered in Maxwell Fabrics Structure- Cameo.
“Kitchen” — Joe De Sensi
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
The Sandberg Home
Ikea; window treatments: custom; window treatment fabric: Raoul Textiles
For a longer-lasting addition to the kitchen, consider swapping out your window coverings for fabric shades in a fun lemon-yellow print.In designer Amanda Sandberg's Newport Beach, California, home, a daisy light fixture from
Nice window treatment
over each window...paint and windows...Window Treatments...Window treatment
“Roman shades” — hgnwthjc
A. Tate Hilliard, Architect/Builder
Main House
Love the window seat and decor.
Window sleeper with storage
Wall treatment...bay window!
Window treatment for guest
bay window treatments and seat
Window seat idea for
convex treatment of bow window.
Window seat....WOW !
Window Treatment on the casing
Love the window and decor
lamps in the bay window
blackout window coverings like these
Window treatment...Horse in window...Window seat...window shades...Window treatment...Dining window...Window treatments...Bay window...bay window
“Window/reading corner” — marceller
Amelia Bennett
Thinking about scale
Can you please give me the length and width of that large picture window.
large window like this and I don't know how to decorate it or if I even should.
Super tall windows let LOTS of light in and provide an open airy feeling.
Love the window treatment and the
A window scarf draped across a long window will create an elegant yet lightweight look. Unlike a valance, it will let more sunlight through.
Now we enter the world of top treatments. Swags and jabots are at the other end of the spectrum from curtains: They are inherently and irrevocably formal
these treatments, but that subject demands an ideabook of its own.
“The drapery further enhances those beautiful windows” — liny21
Homestyles Interior Design
4 Reviews
Lakeside Residence-Main Level
Putting curtain rod high preserves the look of the window frame--important for kids' rooms!
Windows seating area
Doors, Transoms, Window Treatments
Windows for master bedroom
Curtains framing the window
Curtain over rounded window
I like this window treatments
Curtains on arched windows
Chairs in front of window
window treatment...CURTAINS AND WINDOW...Window curtains...Living room window...big window...Window treatments...Beautiful window...transom window
“windows” — betacatana
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
Create a window seat above the radiator
radiator cover as a built-in window shelf
Radiator cover as built-in window shelf
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 bigger by letting
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 smart design move, because it visually expands the space — where your eye
“Aime l'ambiance et style de la pièce. Pièce vivante et canapé similaire à volo” — salimatou
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