Do you remember this pile of fabric?
Four fabrics were chosen to make 6 drapery panels, 3 valances and a cornice board to cover 8 separate windows in 1 guest house. After ordering a long list of hardware pieces and sewing all the treatments together, the install date finally arrived. It was a complicated install because most of the walls were painted brick. Drilling into brick or concrete is a lot of work. I am thankful to be able to work with an experienced installer.
This large picture window overlooks Puget Sound. Each side now has a large panel drapery that is hung by medallions following the slope of the ceiling. Thanks to a recent article in ‘Drapery & Design Professional’ magazine, I was able to drape a weight chain over a template of the slope to determine the angle of the top edge.
I need to learn how to take better photos in dark rooms against bright windows, but you get the idea. If you click on a picture, it will enlarge and you can view all the photos like a slide show.
This little guest house in now warm and inviting. It is ready for guests over Thanksgiving weekend.