The client request for this beautiful dining room was to keep the window as open as possible to let the light in, and to have long drapery panels on each side of the bay window.The home is traditional with many neoclassic features, therefore, the design of the draperies has to compliment the architecture, as well as enhance the window it self.
Here was our approach:
Have silk drapery panels at each corner of the bay, the panels are shirred tight to keep them slim in order to allow the light in and not to block the window.
The embroidered fabric used for the swags has tied in the colors of the upholstery on the chairs with the drapery panels.
The swags with it’s fringe, the drapery panels and they way they break on the floor, it supports the neoclassic ambiance.
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Here are some draperies designed for a resident of Lombard Illinois. The house is a Mission style with Missions style furniture. The home owner expressed her desire for formal but not over dressed, clean lines to go with the Mission style.
Below is the proposed design. Sheers with rubbed bronze drapery hardware from RM coco, that works well with the hardware of her furniture. The sheers are finished off with silk drapery panels on each side, box pleated with buttons on each pleat.
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