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Tags / Drapery Hardware

Designer Tips & Tactics

 
Drapery workroom owner, Paula Fioretti takes us inside her client’s Lake Forest, Illinois home to show how it was birthed to life using thoughtful design tactics. The master bedroom suite started with gray walls and an inspiration piece { a beautiful crystal chandelier }. The room quickly evolved by adding a black four-poster bed, night stands, artwork, crisp white linens and white drapery panels. Read More

CURVED DRAPERY POLES

 
Bow and bay windows and arched doors are beautiful architectural features that add personality to a home. Often times, these special features require a little extra thought when planning a window covering design. Read More

THE RIPPLE EFFECT

 
There are many ways to pleat draperies – French, Boxed, Inverted, Goblet, Pencil, Ripplefold, Ruffled, Tabbed, Inset, Cartridge, Smocked and Slouched – the most contemporary and tailored drapery style is Ripplefold. As seen above, Rachel Winham’s beautiful ripplefold drapery design features a soft wave pattern with perfectly-spaced folds commonly used in residential and commercial installations. Read More

LUCITE AND GOLD

 
Silver and chrome have been the favored metals of choice, but we’re seeing a shift.  Something new is on the scene.  Metals are moving towards warmer hues… and GOLD IS BACK!  It’s exploding everywhere.  The shade is brushed and brassy.  Incorporating this look is a design phenomenon that we’re absolutely loving which combines gold metal with clear Lucite.  This brilliant duo is everything.  It’s glamorous, modern, light and airy.  Quite frankly, we’re obsessed!!! Read More

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