Wednesday, January 19, 2011

window treatment inspiration

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Just a quick one picture post because I am scrambling to get everybody out of the house before the painter comes. We are finally getting out woodwork painted. Anyway the above picture serves as inspiration to how I am going to approach a window treatment in our home except mine would not be as long and it would be mounted above the window. Now just trying to decide if it will be a DIYer project. I could sure benefit from a sewing machine if I had one and if I knew how to use one properly...Stay tuned.

Have a lovely day!

{Image from Homes & Gardens}

13 comments:

Erika said...

Can I be jealous that you are having your woodwork painted? Ours needs to be done, but budget constraints make it DIY right now.

Thoughts on doing it yourself?

BTW - I like the idea of these window treatments - but they seem too long for me...Is it meant to cover up something ugly at that length??

Full House said...

Erika - I think these are actually custom shades on a roller so they can go up and down. I agree they are too long but I am going to use the bottom design as inspiration for a fixed window treatment in my girls room.

MEGMAC said...

Love it!! The detail is perfection. (Wouldn't mind that cow hide either...)

Lynda @ Happenstance Home said...

Good luck with the painting! I'm feeling like January is a great time to tackle the big indoor projects. Well, especially in Michigan!

Amanda said...

i have one. a sewing machine, that is. and, i haven't a clue how to use it.

but i do have a chair waiting for a slipcover, so i suppose i should at least try to learn how to turn the thing on. soon. i mean, the throw blanket i have draped over it now can't stay there forever.

or, can it?

anyway, i love the window treatments. the ones you're envisioning. because i'm a mind reader and know what you're envisioning. ha.

i kind of love the antlers too. and, that reminds me... my aunts husband invited me to tag along with him and the boys in the Spring to search for antlers the deer have shed. i know, be jealous. ;)

i'm jealous you're having your trim painted. we, and by "we" i mean "i" painted our entire house of trim and doors. worst.week.ever. and i will never again agree to a house with trim that needs painted.

good luck! enjoy your day out of the house.

Stephanie Sabbe said...

those are awesome. I am half way through getting roman shades up in our living room, but I love this idea even more.

The Bella Life said...

There are so many wonderful things going on in this picture. The wall sconce lights, wood floors, garland down the table, window treatments... Stunning.

-Camberley

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

Ooh, good luck with everything -- don't let the kids huff those fumes ;)
Can't wait to see the window magic you make.
Cheers, Alcira

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Danielle Oakey Interiors said...

those are lovely!

Laura said...

Those are going to be gorgeous!

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