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Roman Shades - Custom-made Roman shades. Add a little trim and set the tone of the room.
Swags and Cascades - As classic as the little black dress and a strand of pearls!
Casual Swag - An informal version of the classic swag -
this treatment can work in any setting. Your fabric and color choice will dictate
the tone of the room.
Stationary Drapes - A timeless design that is always appropriate,
this window treatment can be designed to compliment any decor when installed with
Traditional Draw Drapes - Pinch pleat drapes offer privacy and light control when
closed and a beautiful view of Lake George when drawn open. The drapes are made from three different fabrics.
Modern Draw Drapes - Ripple fold drapes open for sunlight and close for privacy.
Their modern ripple styling compliments the modern furniture and bedding.
Brass Cornice - The icing on the cake! Alone or with a valance
this really sets the mood.
Wood Cornice - The custom-made Mahogany cornices were paired with traditional
cafe shutters and stationary drapes.
Upholstered Cornice - Shown here with matching draw drapes
and a room darkening Silhouette shade - very romantic!
Balloon Shade - Form meets function! These can be used as a valance
or a fully functioning shade. Note how the period detail added to the valance lends an
air of authenticity. This enables the tailored Balloon Shade to fit perfectly in this Federal
Austrian Shade - Swags and Cascades, Stationary drapes and a fully
operational Austrian shade makes this the perfect window treatment for the most formal of
rooms reminiscent of a bygone era.
Tailored / Pleated Valance - This window treatment lends itself to
multiple fabric combinations. Two fabrics are unified by the addition of accent banding, and
further enhanced by the wood hardware.
Gathered Valance - Lace panels, stationary drapes and a slipcovered
club chair in companion fabrics pull this room together perfectly.
Sheers with Lace - European in styling, these sheer panels have been trimmed with a 6" cotton lace.
Lace - These cotton lace, rod pocket panels are the most traditional of all window
treatments. Their installation allows the hinged windows to still open and close.
Sheers - These give you modest privacy in a window without blocking
all the light or visibility.
Cafe Sheers - Allow for privacy in the lower-half of a window only, thus letting
the sun shine in above.