Monthly Archives: July 2013

Traditional swags & jabots can take on many looks!

There are many style variations that can give a unique personal touch to your swags and jabots design as shown here in this Kingston valance with tabs. Instead of tapering the jabots coming down on the sides, we chose to do a blunt end. The open-neck swags give a nice drape to soften the window. We embellished and complemented this design with coordinating blue tassels. The fabric is a faux silk with a rich brown background and with a blue/cream embroidered floral design. This design is instalKingston Valance with tabs for poleled on a decorative pole with finials in antique bronze.

Filter light with sheer drapes & frame your windows with panels

IMG_2030Sheer drapes that open and close filter light coming through and allow for daytime privacy. We flanked the sheers with embroidered faux silk stationary panels in a deep red tone to bring color into the room. Hunter Douglas roller shades in a beautiful gold texture beneath the sheers allow for night time privacy.

 

 

Think of Lamps as a Piece of Art or Sculpture

Buffet LampHere is an example of a buffet lamp with nice structure, interesting combination of textures, and sculptured detailing. Wouldn’t this be a perfect lamp in a modern or transitional space? Like if you agree.

Add More Interest to Your Space with Artful Mirrors

Mirrors like this one pictured from our trade library, can add something artful and special to a contemporary or traditional space. There is a bit of whimsy and sophistication when paired with the mirrored chest. A great combination for a foyer space! Artful Mirror

From Our Trade Only Library

I love the clean lines of this contemporary chair. I always look for ways to incorporate detail when designing a living room space. This classic chair is certainly on my radar when designing the perfect living room space. It’s timeless appeal speaks volumes.Classic Contemporary Chair