Ripplefold Drapery System – Understanding the Basics

The first set of Ripplefold draperies I made was probably about twenty years ago.  It was wall to wall and floor to ceiling and it was a cranberry, textured cotton fabric.  Yup, it's true, I remember the exact color and texture!  Oh, and it was made using blackout lining.  And twenty years ago blackout linings [...]

Problem Solving Is One Of Our Specialties – Swing Door Top Treatment Kit

I love it when a designer tells me I'm a genius!  That is what designer Deborah Hebert and her client said after hearing I would be able to provide hobbled roman shades valances for the bay window in a breakfast room.  The problem, they thought, was the door on the right side which opens into [...]

9 Scents to Use in Your Home

Thanks to Sally Augustin,Houzz contributor and owner of Design With Science, for this great article on great scents to use in your home. 9 Smells You Actually Want in Your Home. Check out my page on Houzz for more ideas on how to use custom window treatments and soft furnishings in your home.

By |2014-03-24T11:33:47-04:00February 2nd, 2014|Uncategorized|

Be Stroheim: Notting Hill Collection

Originally posted on Fabricut: Stroheim presents a new collection of decorative prints and wovens that embody the charm and sophistication of the fashionable neighborhood in London known for its Victorian townhouses, beautiful gardens and Portobello Road antique market, Notting Hill. The Notting Hill collection has a traditional, yet youthful character comprised of 34 SKUs including [...]

By |2014-03-19T11:44:50-04:00July 21st, 2013|Uncategorized|
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