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Perfect Match! First rule with custom window fashions: Always match a pattern repeat. Taking it to the next level is about impeccable pattern placement like this cantonniere and shade.   […] Read More

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#13 Window Fashion Fabulosity -Window Fashions are pretty again! Kelee Katillac of Kelee Katillac Interior Design in Kansas City  and architectural interior designer Steve Heiffus, her husband and partner, created their "drawing room" by fusing the living room and sunroom. It's an eye-catching mix of stunning soft furnishings in  peaceful blues and happy yellows, lustrous […] Read More

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Window Treatments can almost never be too full. Skimpy draperies or curtains can ruin an otherwise great window. Draperies should have a minimum of 2.5 x fullness. Gathered curtains should be minimum 3 x full. Interlining not only ups the energy efficiency of a treatment, muffles sounds; but adds volume that turns scanty to spectacular. […] Read More

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A picture is worth a thousand words. John Fowler's masterpiece for Baroness Pauline de Rothschild's drawing room at the Albany in London ( 1976).  By the way the story goes that there isn't a sewn hem anywhere on the fabulous window fashion - Fowler used pinking sheers to create all the edges. Whether there is or not; it […] Read More