Atlanta Christmas Show House - Girls Bedroom & BathTraditional, Atlanta

Girls Bedroom & Bath
Photo Credit: Burt Welleford Photography

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toujoursparis wrote:Apr 3, 2011
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    Margaret L. Norcott, Allied ASID
    Hi, the curtains were designed by me & professional made. The lavender bands are actually extra fabric from the bed-skirts. Everything was sewed onto the sheer linen fabric. Thanks for the good questions & glad you like them.
  • jruss17
    This is a beautiful finish and color! While the designer does not specify what type of plaster, this look can be achieved with American Clay natural earth wall plasters:
kazie49 wrote:Nov 16, 2011
  • Lisa Gallant
    I am in love with these curtains! Beautiful!!!!!
  • Talmage Dangerfield

    I agree with you guys, I think that these curtains look so great. My wife's favorite color is that shade of purple. I bet that she would be so excited if I got some of these to replace the green ones that we currently have in our bathroom. Thanks a lot for the information on where to get them though.

gabrielaschwed wrote:Apr 3, 2011
  • lanierenterprizes
    Were these curtains custom made?
  • PRO
    Margaret L. Norcott, Allied ASID
    Hi, the curtains were designed by me & professional made. The lavender banding/ties are made out of the silk bed skirt fabric. Everything was sewed onto the sheer linen fabric.

    The glass bird flower holders were from Anthropologie. The topiary plants were custom made for this bath by my floral designer. The Thanks for the good questions.
hpinedo wrote:Apr 10, 2013
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    Margaret L. Norcott, Allied ASID
    Hi, This is Margaret, the interior designer of this space. The mirror is an antique and came from Fox Glove Antiques in Atlanta. Glad you liked it! :)
  • jamieedson
    Is the gray on the curtains ribbon, or fabric?
Amy Denson wrote:Jan 28, 2012
  • Kelley Thomas
    Perfect color; what is it?
  • PRO
    Margaret L. Norcott, Allied ASID
    It is a custom plaster finish w/raised stencil pattern placed carefully around the space so the art & mirror, etc. does not cover them all. Thank you for stopping by my page!
    ~Happy Designing!
lpj006 wrote:Sep 23, 2011
lorriemd5 wrote:Sep 21, 2014
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    Margaret L. Norcott, Allied ASID
    Hello and thank you for the question regarding this lovely "custom" curtain rod. It can be purchased via Milieu Design Group. Let me know if you would like a custom quote for your particular dimensions. Thank you ~Margaret
kbharley42 wrote:Dec 31, 2013
  • Ashley Turns

    I love how these custom curtains are slightly transparent. Becuase we're redecorating our bathroom, I have been looking for some great products to use. We will definitely have to find some custom curtains like these since they are beautifully flowy. 

0509zyob wrote:Apr 4, 2011
  • PRO
    Margaret L. Norcott, Allied ASID
    Hi, the curtains were designed by me & professional made. Everything was sewed onto the sheer linen fabric. Thanks for the good questions.
wtfhuh wrote:Dec 11, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Jess McBride added this to Drapery Diary: Stationary StylesJun 8, 2016

    A cringeworthy but oft-discounted drawback of stationary draperies is the damage we risk when we grab the fabric and attempt to pull it where we want it. Certain top styles do not easily move, and pulling can stretch and soil the fabric or compromise the seams.More Drapery Diary: The Case for Custom | Tab and Tie Tops

    Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Curtain SpeechMar 8, 2014

    Is there a difference between curtains and drapes? Arguably, yes. Curtains tend to be lighter and less formal, like bathroom curtains or kitchen curtains. They are also generally window length rather than full length, and are not lined.

    Shane D. Inman added this to How to Speak the Lingo of DraperyOct 19, 2012

    "Curtain." Curtains tend to vary in length, while draperies usually fall all the way to the floor. The window treatment in this photo is considered a curtain. "Draperies" also can refer to lined or backed curtains with a fuller and heavier feel. Tip: If you don't like the appearance of a curtain but can't bring the fabric down to the floor because of an obstacle, consider using a hard window treatment, such as a blind.

    Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Weekend Decorating: Add an Accent of RibbonApr 1, 2011

    Trim can be used no matter the decorating style. In this French Provencal bath, ribbon is used as a border at the hem, and to tie the billowy curtains to fluted rods.

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