Tall window treatments can make or break your room.
Getting the details right is very important when designing tall window treatments. Tall Window Treatments consist of six important parts. They are the fabric, the trims, the tassels or tiebacks, the fabrication, the lining and the hardware. You have many advantages of having beautiful custom window treatments if you work with a professional interior designer.
Formal drapery designs can add softness, detail and drama to your room.
Here are four formal drapery designs that I created for my clients. Each situation was diferent and required a unique design.
Tall window treatments are often a focal point of a room.
They can beautifully frame a window and also add color, texture and softness to a room. Todays newer homes have high ceilings, lots of drywall and hard surface floors. Draperies give you the ability to greatly improve your acoustics. Tall custom draperies, when done correctly, can add artistic detail and drama to your room.
Custom bedding can add comfort, luxury, great style and romance to your master bedroom.
Down filling and soft fabrics will add comfort and luxury. The sky is the limit with fabrics and trims. Interior designers have access to custom sewing services that specialize in custom bedding. They allow us to select fabrics and trims that are perfect for our clients bedrooms.
Drapery treatments for curved top windows should complement your windows, not fight with them.
There are different ways to design custom draperies for a curved topped window, but you should always try to work with the architecture of the window. For instance, an arched top window would look better with a drapery treatment that follows the architecture of the window, that is, that follows the curve.
Window treatments are a very important part of decorating your home.
A professional interior designer can turn creative ideas into smart, stylish solutions for your windows. Luxurious fabrics, unique details, precise light control, and energy efficiency are all things that must be addressed when decorating your windows. Beauty and practicality in your window treatments can create exceptionally attractive, enjoyable spaces for your home.
Window treatments are one of the most artistic areas of interior design.
This is an area where you probably will need the help of an interior designer.
Drapery treatment details can make or break your windows.
Decorative rods and finials, swags on rings, shirred, single-ruffle, back-mounted, rod pocket valance, key tassels at rings, tassel fringe, flags on rings, tack-pleated side panels on rings and a puddle hem are all details that when combined properly, produce a beautiful window treatment.
Decorating your kitchen may include a window treatment, faux finishes, accessories and a back splash.
A window treatment in a kitchen window should add beauty, tie into the architecture of the kitchen and not take away from your view. You can use contrasting fabrics, trim details and shades if needed for light control.