The dining area of the kitchen had several windows but they were covered with match stick wood shades that reduced the potential light in the room. We wanted to frame the windows but not conceal the view or reduce the light.
2. Family room
Adjacent to the kitchen was the Great Room/Family Room which also had the same wooden shades. To create a cohesive look, we extended the same window treatment to this room.
3. Master bedroom
My client wanted their Master Bedroom to be light, airy, sexy. We started with bare windows and chose a sheer fabric to drape up and over the windows.
4. Young Girl’s bedroom
The challenge for this room was two fold. The existing duette shades did create a room darkening effect which my client wanted. A darkened bedroom prevented her daughter from waking up at the crack of dawn! But frankly, the duettes were not that attractive. The second challenge was to find a design that would “grow” with the young child and not appear too childish as she became a pre-teen.