Yes it is on a traverse rod. I often install what are called architrac rods, which are heavy duty traverse rods which have 1/2 of a wooden rod attached to the front as a fascia. Works beautifully.
I will ask the client the paint color and let you know.
Hi Andre. This is Adrienne from Curtain Call. I have a partial answer to your question about the paint colors of this room. Apparently the previous owner of the house had the colors custom mixed. There is white with some orange on the walls and white with some turquoise on the trim. My client loved the colors so much that she had them duplicated. She is on vacation now; when she gets home she will check the cans to see if she can get the formula. I'll be in touch.
We love to make our homeowner's laundry rooms spacious enough to be useful beyond just doing laundry. You will see in these two floor plans one pulls double for the pantry and an entire extra storage space under the staircase. The other is connected to the mudroom with a bench and small home center desk built in.
Here is the Paris Island mentioned above.
I will look for the file and get back to you.
Hi, this is Adrienne from Curtain Call. These Solera shades are Alexa, color Lace, LiteRise (cordless), light filtering (as opposed to light blocking).
help!!! I have a slider and a smaller window on the same wall. I want ripple fold sheers on the slider and a roman or something like that on the smaller window. Is this ok.
Absolutely! We do this all the time.
Hi Suzy. Yikes! I made this two or three years ago and recall that it is board mounted but don't recall making a notch where the palladium is. I happen to have the boarded treatment I made for this window before I made the one in the picture in my workroom. I just checked; the board is 2 1/2" wide and is not notched: I'm guessing that it's considered a 1 X 3. Again, I'm guessing that my installer use four L brackets, one at each end at the top of the trim and two more on each side closer to where the palladium starts. I could always go to my customer's house and look; she lives right in town.
El Interior, all of those suggestions have been given already. The original post is 3 months old.
One of the first things I liked about this room, and I did like it, as originally posted, was its small, cosy space. I could see it as a wonderful place for friends to get together and talk. Not every space has to look big. But oh I'd love to see what it looks like now.
In my honest opinion, your biggest issue still is the shelving and contrasting wall color. I understand removing the shelving is not going to happen, so I think the best you can do is paint all the walls white to match the shelving and hem the curtains.
Hi Steph! ;)
i love the blue room!! Super peaceful and calming.
What do you think about a long white credenza type piece instead of the brown three drawer dresser? I found this one one CL for about $75. Lots of storage (hidden) and you could add some short legs to the bottom to get it off the carpet a bit and add a design element. There are other styles but this is just a general idea. You could add cute hardware too.
I have a tall yellow lamp that could be perfect for you - I just don't have room for it. Adding a lamp that is taller onto a slightly higher piece of furniture will give your eye different heights in the room... And it would be great with the 'Wild and Free' artwork that I love love love!
I'm sure you use the chair for bottle time so a slip cover would be great.
I have had really good luck finding area rugs at IKEA and Kmart (white and gray large striped) for under $100 new. Finding a really big rug with a cheery color would be nice in here .
I love the Teepee but know that if the space in the room doesn't fit something shaped like a teepee you can always design your own teepee/fort easily. And building a cute book holder up against the wall or side of a dresser can't be that hard.
Maximize the spaces you have. Hide the stuff as much as possible. Get things off the floor. Those are three of my top tips.
What a fun project!! :)
You need a BIG pop of color in the room. If it was my room, I'd do away with the television taking up prime real estate on that wall of your room, and put a HUGE modern-era painting/print on that wall----like an almost floor-to-ceiling, eye-catching piece of artwork. Pull out a color from the painting/artwork, like a bright red or orange and add that color to some patterned throw pillows on the couch. Add a black & white faux-zebra throw on one end of the couch. Also add something living---a large plant like a palm (maybe behind the chair?). A funky side table next to the end of the couch or next to the chair would add some visual interest as well. Don't be afraid to add some pops of color/pattern/texture. You have a good start, but it's too "safe" at this point.
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