BedroomBeach Style Bedroom, Atlanta

Photo Credit - Emily Followill

Example of a coastal bedroom design in Atlanta with white walls —  Houzz
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jdannin wrote:Sep 19, 2013
  • Analia
    where can i get the seahorse lamp?
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    Holley Pokora Interior Design

    This is certainly a custom curtain rod that was specified by a designer and ordered through designer sources. Just felt like I should answer your questions!

marygracel wrote:May 30, 2013
  • tabrun

    Me too, where can you buy curved rods for round windows/rooms?


  • Chander Verma

    Where can I buy curved rod?

Kelly Nicole M. wrote:Dec 18, 2012
Rongrong Wang wrote:May 25, 2015
    kirstine wrote:Mar 22, 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      gwenpurdom
      Gwendolyn Purdom added this to How to Find Your Spirit ColorsJul 25, 2018

      Make Mood Your Starting PointColors mean different things to different people. Blue, as seen in this room’s accents, for instance, can come across as breezy and calming to some, cold to others. Eiseman suggests that homeowners design a space around the mood they want that space to convey to them.

      jess_mcbride
      Jess McBride added this to The Art of the Window: 10 Ways to Love DraperiesAug 2, 2015

      2. With one-of-a-kind hardware. Don’t forget about the rod and other hardware used to hang your draperies. In this beach house bedroom, the hardware serves a practical and decorative function as much as the draperies. The room-length curved rod was undoubtedly custom-made to fit the room’s contours. The solid line of black can’t help but draw the eye up to where it underlines the folksy beams and sky-blue ceiling.

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to You Said It: ‘Each Piece Has a Story’ and More Words From the WeekFeb 20, 2015

      “In many cases it is possible to extend a ready-made panel instead of starting from scratch … a seamstress (or skilled DIYer) can cut the bottom of a packaged curtain and attach a panel of a second fabric, creating a perfect-length, color-block statement without the full price tag.” —Yanic Simard“Custom” scares us off, because we hear the word and think “expensive.” Simard’s article is full of great tips and hacks for customizing your home on a budget. Other areas where a few bucks can be stretched a long way include seat cushions, carpet tiles, bathroom mirrors, cabinets and vanities.Full story: Where to Embrace Custom Furnishings in Your HomeYour turn: Did you see a creative idea that inspired a home project for you this week? Do tell; please share it with us in the Comments section!

      yanicsimard
      Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Where to Embrace Custom Furnishings in Your HomeJan 26, 2015

      Draperies. As with upholstery, custom draperies can require investing in materials and labor. However, a custom drapery treatment is by far the best way to achieve an elegant look, especially for unusual-size windows or walls that do not perfectly suit a premade panel. This is why custom drapery is generally considered worth the investment.In many cases it is possible to extend a ready-made panel instead of starting from scratch. In much less time than it takes to make a panel from scratch, a seamstress (or skilled DIYer) can cut the bottom of a packaged curtain and attach a panel of a second fabric, creating a perfect-length, color-block statement without the full price tag.See more on custom draperies

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      mgilrain1
      mgilrain1 added this to 16 Burritts Landing SouthMay 3, 2019

      Another option for the third level

      rolyatln
      rolyatln added this to master bedroom curtainsApr 21, 2019

      Is this a ripple - does it have some built in fullness?

      edith_winters
      Edith Winters added this to Style Book - Color PaleteMar 31, 2019

      Make Mood Your Starting Point Colors mean different things to different people. Blue, as seen in this room’s accents, for instance, can come across as breezy and calming to some, cold to others. Eiseman suggests that homeowners design a space around the mood they want that space to convey to them.

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