Flat Roman Shades show off the wonderful pattern in this Donghia Fabric which matches the cinnamon Mohair sofa.


We bound the edges of this lovely fabric to make simple panels for a stairway landing.


Colorful Cornice

What’s not to love about a Cornice Box?  They finish a plain window, they can tie a room together and they don’t break the bank!


These faux Roman shades are trimmed with crystal beads.  They finish the windows elegantly in a space where privacy was not needed.


Drapery panels in an awesome Kravet linen vine print.  New paint, seat covers and art work as well.


A woven wood Roman shade topped with a Cornice box covered in a textured fabric allow the window coverings to ‘hold their own’ with the beautiful yet weighty surfaces in this kitchen.


It’s all about Robert Allen fabrics in this dining room with a ‘rose garden’ feel.


This is an oldie but I still love the cornice box that we made to look like an awning.


This young couple had plain white mini-blinds here but we upped the fun factor with inverted pleat valances (notice the solid purple inside the pleats) above plantation shutters (always lovely).

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