Thursday, August 30, 2012

Neutral Draperies

Our installation of the week this week included lots of neutral drapery panels. The breakfast nook was a beautiful linen mounted on wrought iron hardware from the Helser Brothers’ Artigiani line. 

drapery

All of the panels are interlined with bump, which is a really thick cotton added to give body and protect your fabric.

drapery

The living room panels were banded on the leading edge and the top with a contrasting fabric.

drapery

They frame the outside view perfectly…….

drapery

Here is a close up of the Euro pleat and the 1 1/4” rod with cannonball finial.

Euro pleat

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4 comments:

Design Esquire said...

Gorgeous! The drapery is just stunning (the view is pretty good too!).

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Beautiful, Tammy! This looks like a really beautiful home, too.

Susan Kostelecky said...

Lovely project, Tammy! The window treatments and hardware are the perfect complement to the room - great job!
Susan Kostelecky

Roxie Tenner said...

For me, neutral drapes are difficult to control because they mustn’t stand out and not be boring at the same time. That’s why you did a great job in blending the drapes with the wall color. The drapes are still highly noticeable, but they don’t steal attention. Thanks for sharing this project!

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