This angled drape is embellished with decorative stone nail heads and a banding trim. The drape is made with a shirring tape and is actually stationary and attached to the wall. This lined drape serves as a room divider to close off the client’s home office at the end of the day which is located in a nook in her bedroom. She can pull back the drape during the day with tiebacks. Drape designed by Terry Kral, Window Wear Etc. offering endless solutions for your home.
Just installed! Stationary grommet drapes in a woven embroidered fabric from Kravet Fabrics are the perfect complement for this client’s family room. Lining gives the fabric body and protects the fabric from harmful sunrays. This Kravet pattern lends itself well to draperies. The look is just beautiful! Like this?
Like this? Just installed! This bedroom bay and single window were treated and layered with over under swags and jabots mounted on top of cornices. The cornices and contrast lining on the jabots is in a striped faux silk fabric. The face fabric for the swags and jabots is a soft strikingly beautiful and elegant damask cut velvet. Tassels hang from the center jabots. Designed by Terry Kral.
Turning an ordinary window into something truly special was the goal for this unique swag window treatment. The main fabric is a chocolate brown faux silk, lined and interlined to give body and drape to the swags and panels. The flags are made from a paisley upholstery fabric with gold banding and embellished at the point with large tassels. Antique gold custom hardware adds a finishing touch. This unusual design was created by Terry Kral. Please like and share this post.