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Enviable Designs Inc.
12 Reviews
Enviable Designs Inc.
where were the roman blinds installed, above the window trim, or inside window frame?
When instaling an outside mount how high above the window can you go?
window treatment on long narrow windows
Every window does not have to use
The Roman Shades on the smaller windows and the drapes on the larger.
mount of shades on tall windows
“couch” — lekizun
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Taylor Lombardo Architects
Residence in California
Window treatments - one of the hardest things to find; I really like yours!
love this nittle nook bay window.
Inside mount roman shades living room window
I like the window seating and storage underneath.
window coverings Blinds.com ?????
Shades but windows have trim
Love the window seat
Grey fabric for window seats
Windows and window seat
Window seat, window treatments
Guest room window seat
Window treatment? Wall Color?
Window seat...window treatment...Window treatments...Window furnishings...window seating...Bedroom Windows...Window Seat and...Window blinds...Window treatment...window shades...window seat...window treatments
“Bench by the window” — tshana
Homestyles Interior Design
4 Reviews
Lakeside Residence-Main Level
large window/ walk out balcony - put tv to right of window
drapes at top of curved window
Very plain and chic window treatment
Two chairs in front of window
length. If you want to see me instantly transmogrify from nice, polite, graceful Becky to a belligerent, raging maniac, put me in front of a window treatment where the panels are too short. Can you say, “High-water pants”? Unless you are trying to show off a really trim little ankle, your pants will
“If you want to see me instantly transmogrify from nice, polite, graceful Becky to a belligerent, raging maniac, put me in front of a window treatment where the panels are too short.” — Houzz contributor Becky DietrichOK, I often put in one comment from a user in the roundup of quotations from
“idea” — samhous
Robeson Design
13 Reviews
Living Room
Can you help me with a similar window treatment issue?
I love what you did here with the window treatment! I have a very similar wall with 2 sets of windows. I want to use this idea on my wall. However, right over one of my windows - not even centered - is an ugly air vent. And
And this particular room gets really hot, so we need that vent open a lot! How can I imitate the lovely treatment you did in the picture in a functional and safe way? Thank you so much for your beautiful work!
I love this drapery treatment. This is exactly like my room, and I don't want to take drapes to top windows either, (looks like toilet tissue running down the wall, lol, to me). I LOVE your treatment. I can't locate your previous post on how you attached drapes to cornice. Can you tell me please?
“Colors and greenery” — c1grimes
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Tidal Marsh
This window treatment was custom made using capize
That window dressing looks fabulous. Was it handmade?
on the window over tub with a sheer half way up
use beads as window treatment-Google capize shells
idea for capiz shell lamps...take apart and use as window covering...
Pretty way to add interest to the windows
something to finish bare windows where privacy isn't needed.
this is an interesting way to bring color as a window treatment
Beads - Type of window this treatment would look best on: Plain windows that don't have a lot of design in themselves. Type of room where this treatment would look best: A
Bedazzled curtain. Add sparkle to your room with a curtain of beads. This simple but dazzling design has just the right extra something to finish bare windows where privacy isn't needed. Style tip: You can either purchase this beaded curtain or make your own using fishing line and beads from a notions store
“What can I say!” — diannecermak
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Any other window treatments for this paticular window
what is the size of the windows, i metre's please
around with some of the options we have that are all custom made to fit your window frame. http://www.blindsgalore.com/products.asp?id=roman-shades/window-shades/ http://www.blindsgalore.com/products.asp?id=cellular-honeycomb/window-shades/
But, if you're looking for something more modern, you might want to go with a cellular shade. They are sleek and can be custom made for all of these windows, plus they come in many different shades and styles. Another option may be Roman shades. They stack similarly to the woven wood shades, but are made
Windows & covers - long and narrow
Room color and window treatment. Chandelier but more
“blinds” — lindsay18
Robin Baron Design
2 Reviews
Grand Westchester County Estate
love the window treatments and bed covering
like the window treatement and overall color of the room
shades cover half of this window while filtering soft light into the space. Four symmetrical drapery panels offer additional texture and work in conjunction with the gathering of the bedskirt. Style tip: When you add the vertical lines of drapery panels to any window treatment ensemble, ceilings will appear
“window treatment for bedroom” — nplwbailey
RLH Studio
2 Reviews
Sun Room
I would like to print a copy of a window treatment to physically show it to someone. How do I do this? Thanks Karen
How would I get instructions to make valance and board for windows?
junction between each window and one in the middle of each window. If you are planning a similar treatment the measurement would have to correspond to the size of your window. Draw up your window to scale and sketch in several versions, one with a bell in the middle of the window and one with two bells
bells in the middle of the window (depending on the width of your window) and determine which is the most visually pleasing. Your workroom should be able to advise you as well.
far do you want the valance to project from the wall). In standard rooms that is generally 4" but if you have to clear other things like shades or window hardware make sure you have enough clearance. In bigger rooms I like to do a 5" return so it doesn't look skimpy. Then you buy a board the width
“Green ottman” — johnmcarroll
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