Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Workroom Wednesday – Storibook Designs

I have started a series that will showcase a different drapery workroom each week.  These talented artisans can take an idea or a photo and a bolt of fabric and turn it into an amazing creation that adds so much to your home.


Drawing upon her professional clothing and textile background, Sarah Devaney-O’Neil, home furnishings designer and artisan, founded StoriBook Designs, combining her skills with a creative and colorful eye, to offer innovative and imaginative designs for the homes of today’s busy families.

Providing for both residential and commercial clients, Storibook Designs considers windows to walls and everything in between.  From start to finish, they source, design, render, illustrate, fabricate and install their projects.

This jagged edge valance made by Sarah was inspired by a photo in a BHG Window and Wall magazine. 


These swags and jabots are made of a toile print on linen and mounted on custom iron hardware by Helser Brothers.


They make all kinds of beautiful pillows and this bolster has all the bells and whistles:  braid, brush fringe, gathered ends and a fabric covered button.


You can see the detail in this embroidered silk panel with plaid banding and buttons.  I really love this one !


Storibook Designs makes custom bedding like this pretty pastel corona with sheer panels underneath.


They also do upholstery and slipcovers and will help you evaluate whether to recover your old furniture or if it is time to get something new.


What a cute and clever way to use all those scraps.


They also carry fine European fabrics, this collection is Urban Delights,  isn’t it fun !


You can visit Storibook Design’s website HERE

and Sarah’s blog HERE


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Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I have to tell you that you are showing me things I didn't even know existed! It is fun to see all the ornate options.


Bethany Dirksen said...

Tammy - thanks so much for the comment you left on my blog. It is so wonderful to get encouragement. My 1000 followers is a lofty goal, isn't it! Something to work towards for a long time....that's for sure.

I love the fabrics in the last photo you shared. The colors are exactly my taste.

I'm looking forward to being in community with you in the blog world!


Anonymous said...

It looks they pay a lot of attention to detail, and have created some beautiful and unique treatments. That bag is really fun too!

Rebecca@Harmony and Home said...

Hi Tammy,

Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving the sweet comment. Your blog is super cute! I love the photos of the different drapery and other items in this post. So beautiful! Hope you are having a lovely day!


AB HOME Interiors said...

Wow these are great. I can so appreciate a GOOD workroom. It's all in the details!

Storibook Designs said...

Thank you Tammy for featuring me here and to all who have commented; I appreciate it tremendously!! ~ sarah

Joy said...

What talent. I wish I could create stuff like this. Just beautiful.
♥ Joy

Maria Killam said...

Love the pink heading with the button! Beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Great workroom feature! Sarah does such wonderful work, sets high standards and is a true example of professionalism in the industry.


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