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It’s in the Details……Window Treatments

Posted by on May 17, 2011

Well-dressed windows don’t just happen. There are issues to think about.

1.  Function. We consider privacy,  the exposure or lack of exposure to light , and, the need or not to shield the light and to what degree, and the aesthetic  to be achieved. Usually, more than one treatment is required for a window.

Kitchen Chandelier with amber crystals

 

2. Consideration of the surrounding elements. These include the floors & wall surfaces and the furnishings in the space. We take our cue from the stone on a counter surface or an architectural element or a piece of art, etc.

Decorative Tile over stove

 

3.Fabrics & trims combine to add design and color to the surroundings. The most successful designs complement instead of standing alone. Great window design with it’s details are the finishing touches to a room.

Medallion motif in print & amber crystal trim over reeded woven shades

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