Today we are focusing on window treatment details. Its taking the ordinary to extra-ordinary.
* Detail: Treatment of or attention to items or particulars. Not allowing anything to slip by unnoticed,the minutest detail is given full attention.
Details … I love them! You’ve probably heard the saying before “design is in the details,” well I firmly believe that to hold true. When designing a client’s space I pay special attention to the details. One example could be a simple square decorative tray echoing the square brass drawer pulls on a cabinet. You eye may also stop on the intricate wood inlay pattern on a table or the decorative handblown glass finial of a lamp. Details are the things that tend to escape a quick glance but the longer you are in a room the more it rewards you for lingering.
Designers Nancy Evars & Dimitra Anderson of EvarsAnderson added beaded trim to these drapery panels, but what took them over the top was lining the panels with this vibrant tangerine fabric.
I love the single-step extension to the bottom of these roman shades by designer Laura Tutun.
A bold stripe down the center of this shade works in concert with bed pillows and artfully placed accessories. Design by SB Long Interiors.
Another great example of adding contrasting bands of color to create visual impact. Design by Muse Interiors.
Beautiful gray blue ruffled trim.
This entire space makes me giddy! But the key fret on the cornice board (or “pelmet” as we designers like to say) is what makes this space.
The nailhead trim and step-straight edge of this pelmet is a show stopper!
How about the fabulous scalloped edge of a panel from Ivanka Trump’s apartment with the contrasting fabric and trim.
Usually you see a contrasting trim or banded trim along the leading edge of the panel, this one has it at the top.
I absolutely love the dressmaker details of this panel with the covered buttons.
How about you, what details would you love to see in the window treatments in your home?