Friday, August 21, 2009

What Window Treatments Can you Do on Double Stacked Windows?




Our long time clients, Steve & Jann, wanted a window treatment for a window wall.They had their cedar plank house built on top of a hill in a heavily wooded area. This window wall has a beautiful view of the wooded area. They love their view but wanted to add some warmth to the room and also wanted a design that was in keeping with a natural design style. We selected pleated draperies with a banded lead edge and decided to use a custom made bamboo rod, rings, and finials. The draperies frame the window and will clip ever so slightly into the glass to preserve the view.

Steve and Jann had us quote this window treatment some time ago when we did some other work for them. Steve decided to surprise Jann for her birthday with the new draperies. Jerry created the rendering and the storyboard and Steve presented them to her during lunch. Needless to say Jann was thrilled. We have an appointment to finalize fabrics next week. What a birthday gift! I guess we would all like a birthday gift like that. Happy Birthday Jann!!

5 comments:

  1. Wall sconces are a great way to combine style and functionality in your home, but not as bright as residential lighting. They are as classy and attractive as a light chandelier

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  4. Dandelion? That stuff also interest me...How much it would cost if ever I will have to transform my place into that?

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  5. Did you have to create the drapery rod? I have a similar window wall and am having custom drapes made, but I can't find an appropriate drapery rod (150"). Thanks

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