Friday, July 31, 2009

This is not your kid's bathroom!

Elise's bathroom says style and elegance with these balloon valances. On the small window the balloon is shaped to follow the curve of the ceiling giving the window an arched look.

What a difference trim makes!

This Sheffield valance in Karen's living room is enhanced by a tassle trim.

Smocking is not just for dresses!

These smocked panels are hung close to the ceiling and have a whimsical trim added.

Karen's dining room is ready for company.

Monday, July 20, 2009

A balloon valance in a bay window.

We used a gorgeous striped silk fabric to make this full balloon. It is hung at the ceiling for a clean look.


A nook with a view.

Karen can enjoy the critters both indoors and out with this delightful valance. Here we did a simple box pleat but put a curve to the bottom of the treatment. Adding side panels helps anchor it to the room.


A dining room with style!

With two large windows in her dining room,
Jane chose an asymmetrical design.

Saturday, July 18, 2009

A family room with style!

Even though this is a formal style

the rich textured fabrics and the

tassel trim help to keep Margaret's family room warm and cozy.


I want to keep as much light as possible.

Liz has a lot of windows but still wants to keep as much light as possible coming in. We hung these swags above her doorwall, just covering a small portion of the window and added a coordinated balloon valance above her sink.


Upholstered headboard.

Upholster a headboard with a beautiful print,
add luxurious bedding and have a good nights sleep!