Jennifer Brouwer Design Inc.Contemporary Family Room, Toronto

Warmth abounds from this lovely vignette including muted striped drapery, slipper chairs, couch and ottoman.

This project is 5+ years old. Most items shown are custom (eg. millwork, upholstered furniture, drapery). Most goods are no longer available. Benjamin Moore paint.

Family room - mid-sized contemporary enclosed dark wood floor family room idea in Toronto with yellow walls —  Houzz
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fpwatkins wrote:Oct 23, 2013
  • Rhonda DeVance
    i reall need those curtian and rod there great . were do i go
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    Try TheShadeStore.com
Timika Pierce wrote:Jul 28, 2012
  • Tina Pozzi
    looking for the rod and the curtains, I have two bay windows to do. The picture is the same configuration as mine, with thetop of the bay window being straight, not bay shape.
  • vfuentes4
    Where Can I buy these curtain panels?
Ro wrote:Jan 31, 2011
  • Ro
    Thank you for the info!
  • sdabdullah
    try Pottery Barn as well.
ginat16 wrote:Jan 19, 2012
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    DeCocco Design
    Oh, so hard to tell on this picture! Looks like a pretty standard 2 finger or 3 finger pinch pleat headers. Sometimes called butterfly.
  • marisolb
    Can you tell me the color of the paint?
sandra93 wrote:Apr 15, 2015
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    Shades by Design
    Hi Sandra, it took me a minute to realize what it is, i am very confident its a white brick wall of the building across and not a shade :)
Judy Smith wrote:Oct 28, 2014
  • Mark
    Judy if you don't need to close the curtains ( because you could use the individual blinds on the window for privacy and light filtering) then you could just make your curtain panels on each side stationary. As long as you have wall space on both side of your bay window, then you would hang two separate rods on each side. The curtains would be decorative but not functional. It will give you the same look as above, except the option of closing the drapes. The picture below shows you what I mean about two separate rods. If this is not what you want post a picture of your bay window and the wall it's on and we can help you better that way.
mhunter007 wrote:Apr 3, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Try Overjoy 6689 by Sherwin-Williams.
prosperity07 wrote:Apr 10, 2014
    goldmanjen wrote:May 1, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      beckydietrich
      Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to How to Choose the Right Window ShadesApr 4, 2014

      Roller shades can be a simple addition behind draperies, adding not only privacy but also another layer of style to your windows. I particularly like a fringed and scalloped border at the bottom of my roller shades, with a pull made from a tassel.

      beckydietrich
      Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Great Ways to Dress a Bay WindowMar 26, 2014

      Traversing draperies are for you if you don’t mind taking the emphasis away from your bay window and your view — which is perfectly all right. It’s simply a matter of personal taste.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      gthiel
      gthiel added this to Window Coverings 2019yesterday

      Roller shades with curtains at bay window

      cwattsks
      Carol added this to Office Refresh4 days ago

      Stack drapes in front of recessed area?

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