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Mary Evelyn InteriorsTraditional Dining Room, Birmingham

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neluki wrote:May 21, 2012
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    Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
    Unlike other professions (accountants, physicians, lawyers) you do not need a degree to do window treatments, especially if you're working for someone else. Depending on the state you live in, you may not call yourself an "Interior Designer" but an "Interior Decorator". However, if you want to become a certified interior designer, interior architect, or kitchen and/or bath designer, you need to take a rigorous licensing exam in order to obtain professional certification. I agree with Shannon, however, you would love the classes offered by many continuing education departments of colleges.
  • neluki
    Thanks Diana. Maybe some one will see this and offer me a job :)
Grace Decors wrote:Nov 6, 2011
  • Maura Clarke
    looks like benjamin moore gibraltar cliffs
  • Lillian Brown

    I am thinking it is Benjamin Moore Sea Haze

dvangeli wrote:Oct 25, 2012
  • reds813
    I'd also like to know where the fabric was purchased. would love to use in my dining rom
  • lsmith55
    Please let me also know where I can find these seat covers
ninja betic wrote:Jun 16, 2012
suizee wrote:Jan 23, 2012
  • Emily H
    That fabric on a wing chair would certainly make it a focal point. That could be quite lovely, I think!
An Van Rooyen wrote:Jan 18, 2015
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      jeannekmiller wrote:May 23, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Lisa Frederick added this to Feast on Farm-Fresh ColorMay 21, 2012

        CornIt's the season for gorgeous golden ears, shucked and plunged in a pot of boiling water or tossed on the grill. That same yellow shade offers a feast for the eyes — just look how these pale maize draperies glow against the window and beckon you in.

        Cate West Zahl added this to Neoclassical Design Gets Modern TwistsFeb 20, 2012

        There are several neoclassical staples worth noting in this dining room. The heavy drapery complete with fringe in a golden raw silk fabric casually hangs from a simply brass rod. The over-the-top crystal chandelier is ornate and double tiered. And the color combination, a mix of golden yellow and sea foam blue, is a classic choice.Find traditional chandeliers

        Becky Harris added this to 5 Homes, 5 Uniquely Feminine StylesJan 23, 2012

        Among its feminine touches: soft textiles on the window treatments and seat cushions, as well as a sparkling crystal chandelier. See the rest of this home

        Cate West Zahl added this to Houzz Tour: Casually French in BirminghamNov 3, 2011

        Skirted chairs surround a French walnut table in the mushroom-gray dining room. Neoclassical touches include the grandiose chandelier and lush, golden raw silk drapes.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        majasander added this to Curtains (don't like)Jun 27, 2016

        don't like top detail; don't like the way these hang/fold

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