The seventh in the Window Coverings series, today's post introduces Roman Shades. If you missed any of the previous articles you can catch up by reading The Whys and Hows of Window Coverings, Using Ready-Made Curtain Panels, Customize Ready-Made Curtains, Window Toppings, Tips for Decorating with Shutters, and Cellular and Pleated Shades.
Roman shades are a fabric shade (unlike cellular and pleated shades discussed last week) - and they are ...more»
This is the sixth post in a series on Window Coverings. Previous articles include Tips for Decorating with Shutters, The Whys and Hows of Window Coverings, Using Ready-Made Curtain Panels, Customize Ready-Made Curtains, and Window Toppings. Today's article covers pleated and cellular shades.
Both pleated and cellular shade styles have been available for quite some time. Cellular shades, also known as honeycomb shades, ...more»
Last week this series looked at ways to customize ready-made curtain panels. Today we'll look at ways to top a window: valances, cornices and swags.
Window Valance - a valance can be described as a short curtain or drape used to decorate the top of a window or the top of curtains or drapes. Widely used because they offer style flexibility, ...more»