Before & After

Mock Roman Valance

Take a look at what a difference this valance made to the feel of this dining room.

Room full of promise

When Dawna approached us with this project, she was afraid to move the table into her dining room because the intense afternoon sunlight coming into the room could damage the table. She intended on leaving the windows open for most of the day, yet she wanted it to still look warm and inviting even when it was drawn closed.

We came up with a solution to have fixed panels that were tied back with tassels and then a drape on a iron rod that can be pulled across the window when the sun is shining in. Now she is able to enjoy this beautiful room in her home and still control the sunlight.

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Express yourself

When Tess told me that she wanted me to make slipcovers for her chair with a skull embroidered on it, I did not know if she was serious or not. Now that we are finished it is one of my favorite projects!

Express yourself

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We also did this headboard for the same client. The cross nail heads on the headboard and dust ruffle add a custom touch that is truly one of a kind.

Custom headboard with crosses

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Adding warmth and softness to a living room

A well designed window treatment can transform a room from bland and lifeless to warm and inviting.

This home had beautiful large windows with gorgeous views. When I arrived the windows already had blinds for privacy, but the room lacked ambiance. Custom draperies gave the room the softness and warmth that was lacking. The picture says it all.

Adding warmth and softness to a living room

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