Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Workroom Wednesday Palmetto Drapery

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.
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Palmetto Drapery is a custom home furnishings workroom located in Anderson, SC.  Serving upstate SC and surrounding areas since 1995, owner Judy Peters moved her growing business into a 12’ x 18’ custom built addition to her home in 2003.
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Below are some creative and fun options for shower curtains.  There’s Teto and Jerome from my kitchen window treatments !
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Judy used three different fabrics on this valance to really make the details stand out.  Bandings and buttons are a great way to add interest to a simple valance.
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This little girl’s room has coordinating fabrics and treatments that are bright and happy.
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I love the way she mixed paisley, stripe and dragonfly fabrics.
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I asked Judy what she like most about owning a custom workroom and she said,
“I have always had a passion for sewing, even as a young child. I believe a person is most contented and happy when they are doing something they enjoy and believe in.  A person's dream home should be more than just a dream.  I feel privileged to be in a position to help others live there best lives in surroundings they love. It is my desire that no matter where my clients may travel, they always look forward to coming home.”
Judy is a member of the WCAA, WFCP and the Drapery and Design Professional Network Forum. 
You can visit her website here
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Design Esquire said...

I love the little girl's room! The fabrics are just gorgeous.

mishebe said...

i love her mixes of fabrics.. i really like the second shower curtain...

Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

Loving the little window treatment in the girl's room. Adorable!

Storibook Designs said...

Judy's work is as lovely as she is! Love those pillows!!

Joy said...

What Talent! I love that fabric combination at the bottom with the pink and dragonfly's. I'm a dragonfly fan.
Amazing workshop too. Can't imagine.

Annie Davis said...

Everything looks great Judy!

The Zhush said...

LOVE that little girls room! Just provided some great inspiration for me for my own daughter's room! Thanks.

aneyefordetail said...

Thanks for showing us Tammy! I just love her mix 'n match take on things: very effective and just so colorful!

Sassy Chica said...

How them all!!

Sassy Chica

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Anonymous said...

The fabrics in that little girl's room are adorable! Love the mix.

Kimberly Grigg at "It's So Fabulous!" said...

Love the window cushion and bolsters! Great colors and shapes.

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

Love that little girl's room!! Just beautiful. :) Thanks so much for the visit, Tammy!

Anonymous said...

What a talent, why can't my fingers work like that !!!!! Love this series.

Kathy :)

Kim said...

I want a workroom like that! I love that the treatments in the girl's room are hung over the arch - no chopping it up.

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