Our Projects posted by Sage Bowman

Recently, I finished a window treatment project for a client of mine. I love working with this client and her husband so the projects in their home are always very fun. Plus, they have such wonderful style and they aren’t afraid of doing different, fun things.

First, it was a matter of choosing from the many options in our design center...

I was super excited that she was willing to go bold on the draperies and valances. I was able to find the perfect fabric for their master bedroom:

I just love how it they turned out!

With inspiration from the drapery fabric, the bedding came together with a mixture of color and textures to complement everything else.

Duvet & Euro sham fabric:

Standard sham fabric:

Throw pillow fabric:

Coverlet fabric:

Beautiful!

Next we moved on to the other rooms in their house. About a year ago, we had done Duette shades on the windows for privacy and insulation. But now they wanted to add some warmth and interest to the windows. In the workout room, we did a simple valance with a fun stripe.

Fabric:

In the guest bedroom, we wanted to do something that would look timeless and match any bedding they may have on the bed. I love the way the roman shade turned out.

Fabric:

The living room has an arched window. A lot of people get stumped with arches because they aren’t sure if they need a treatment or a drapery rod that is arched as well. I don’t think so. I love these draperies because they are simple and the rod is straight across and doesn’t take away from the uniqueness of the window. Plus, draperies are able to be pulled all the way over…the view isn’t blocked in any way, and you get to touch up an otherwise plain window and wall.

The dining room was a bit trickier because the wall was curved. But nothing can stop me from making something work for my clients! We have a really great welder who will do anything for us. He had to see the room in person so he could measure the exact angle of the curve and then he went to work to make a custom drapery rod for that wall.

Here is Dave, our expert installer, making sure everything is in the wall safely and properly.

And the gorgeous draperies. We chose to do the same fabric as the living room, since it’s an open floor plan and you can see both rooms at the same time.

Fabric:

Stay tuned for more posts about this incredible house. Our custom artist and decorative painter, Roy Steves, has created a really fun mural for the inset in the wall of the dining room. It was just installed the other day and it’s amazing!

I had so much fun helping to choose fabrics for my wonderful clients…thank you D & D!

-Sage

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