Guest House

pile of fabrics

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.front

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.

sideThe two side windows also have stationary panels, this time hung from decorative rods.  side window

The kitchen has two windows with valances hung on iron rods and rings. kitchen The bathroom has a simple box pleated valance mounted on a board.

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The bedroom has a 6′ cornice board over the bed with a set of sheer curtains hung underneath. It also has a single drapery panel on a decorative rod. bed

 

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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.

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