Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Not so formal as a swag.

Here is a style that has elegance without the formality of a swag.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

swags in a bay window.

Empire Swags.

Swags and jabots that frame the view beautifully.

Swags in a bay window.

Swags and jabots with tassel trim.

Swags gathered on a rod with bishop sleeve side panels.

Swags and jabots hung at the ceiling.

Empire swags with bishoped side panels.

Swags in a bay window.

Here the fabric is pleated and held with ties.

Gorgeous swags with rosettes with the sides puddled on the floor.

An example of how you do not loose your stripes with a swag.

Swags over a cornice.

A Sheffield valance that has the same lines as a swag.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Swags over a rod.

Sometimes just a little
fabric swagged over
a pole is all a
window needs.


Kitchen swags.

Three different fabrics as well as trim were used in Gayen's kitchen. Notice the small check on the boards as well as on the buttons and tie. The striped fabric is used not only on the roman shade but as a contrast on the jabots also. A colorful tassel fringe adds to the detail.