Restoration Hardware Feel
This casual mock roman shade in taupe with a grey trim, complements with the ever popular rustic industrial look.
Privacy in a bathroom is important, that is why this custom made Kravet fabric roman shade with the top down/bottom up feature is a great solution.
Bring some "WOW" with a fun geometric fabric roman shade.
Uneven windows + transoms above = challenge. To complement with the art, architecture of the room, and the client's needs, decorative raised swags with drapery panels flanked the corners of this space.
The Art of Placement
Here the client only wanted the 1/2" blue band on the front of the valence. Not an easy task, but the end result turned out perfect.
Sometimes a boring rectangular window, needs some height and interest. To create wow on this window, I created an arch shape cornice with drapes hanging from medallions attached to the cornice. To create more height, the cornice was installed 18" above the window frame.
Top It Off
To hide an outside mount motorized shade on the slider, we added a chenille nail head cornice with drapes on each side.
Let there be darkness with this blackout roman shade with no pin holes.
French Chic Nursery
A soft toile cornice with crystal bead trim flanked with gathered drapery panels.
A room full of custom details-from the custom designed shaped valence with hand made wood tassels to a custom corona made from a painted shelf turned upside down.
The treasures we find along our travels often can inspire a unique, but complementary window treatment design, as in this case. Raised swag treatments with ornamental rod iron soften the window and harmoniously blend with the unique art pieces.
Playful Pattern and Shapes
A bed doesn't always have to go on the wall. This valence follows the headboard shape and plays off the mix of bedding patterns.
Stripe it Rich
From the black and white check drapes to the the whimsical details on the valence, this treatment brings back the fun in home decorating.
Grey is the New Beige
When it comes to decorating and changing the color scheme throughout the year, nothing works better than a neutral stripe fabric. Here the stripe fabric was used on 2 accent chairs and on the invert pleat valence.
Seashells by the Seaside
However, in this case the seashells are hanging from the bottom of this playful relaxed mock roman.
The client had 3 yards of upholstery fabric left from some chairs and wanted to incorporate it into her kitchen bay window treatment. The solution- a box pleat valence with a perfectly placed pattern repeat. Throw in some fine details of micro cording, contrast banding, and nail heads and magic is made.
Luscious Silk Layers
Swags, Faux balloon valence, breaking drapery panels, mixed fabrics, long beaded crystals, and House Parts Drapery Hardware to top it off-ooh la la!
Let The Outside In
A two layered curved cornice in a leaf motif fabric complements both the view outside and the beautiful trim work on the window.
Often when beautiful wood trim surrounds the window, the client doesn't want to hide it. Perfect placement of these roman shades helps show some trim and acts as a frame for the treatment.
Knot Your Average Cornice
In order to open and shut the shutters for cleaning purposes, the cornice was fabricated with a removable blue band on the bottom.
Now You See It, Now You Don't
When a pipe goes right through the top of where a window treatment should be, what does one do? Get creative with alternative fabrication and installation techniques. The goal is to make all the relaxed roman shades look the same!
This simple relaxed mock roman shade in a two tone color palette adds just the right touch to this transitional kitchen.
Arch windows are always a challenge, but throw in a staircase if front of half the window and oh my!
Rack It Up
The finishing touch to this game room was a red suede cornice with leather criss cross trim, nailhead accent squares, and capped off with painted black molding.
Here the layering of a woven wood with a linen invert box pleat valence creates simplistic elegance.