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Plenty of pattern, gorgeous high quality fabrics and use of color update this historic home renovation.



  • Flat roman shades with valances are used in the master bath and office.  
  • Office roman shades were carefully designed so that the dragon in the large design is prominent on both shades.  Complimentary banding is added to valance and shade sides and shade bottoms. 
  • A large cornice board with a trellis fabric design hides a traversing drapery rod which will have contrasting striped drapes installed (fabric back ordered) in the master bedroom.
  • Box pleats are used on living room and den decorative curtain panels.  This pleat style shows off the pattern, and creates a billowy effect on the blue chai ming dragon panels.
  • Both living room and den use fabric as a decorative element and hard window treatments for functionality.  Grey reverse roll roller shades are in the den, and a lavender honeycomb compliments the floral print used in the living area.  These have a more formal pinch pleat.  The tonal effect adds elegance and plays well off the metallic hued grasscloth wallcovering.
  • The utility area also uses the same grey roller shade, with standard roll to provide maximum light control and privacy on this outside mounted roller shades.
  • The nursery uses a greige roller shade in a black out material to help napping babies sleep.  All shades in this room are cordless to maximize child safety
  • Solera Soft Shades by Hunter Douglas was used in the childrens room.  Also in a black out material to help with naps and west exposure heat gain in the summer.  Ultraglide lift system, with its retractable cording minimize any issues with child safety.