black lantern wall sconces. window upholstered seating. ivory curtains. black curtain rods. neutral colors. off white, ivory, and blue. traditional home décor ideas. café rods.

black lantern wall sconces. window upholstered seating. ivory curtains. black curtain rods. neutral colors. off white, ivory, and blue. traditional home décor ideas. café rods.

traditional blue and neutral living room.  custom draperies DesignNashville shipping to all locations

traditional blue and neutral living room. custom draperies DesignNashville shipping to all locations

Great #valances - omg. all white/off white with wood accent living room. GORGEOUS

Great #valances - omg. all white/off white with wood accent living room. GORGEOUS

In the wake of the new year, we’ve put together 10 ways that you can easily de-stress your home. With a little organization, color coordination, sweet aromas, and cozy throws, we promise that you’ll be feeling nothing but good vibes.   1. Faux Fur What’s the first step to creating an at-home zen environment? Faux [...]

10 Ways to Create a Calming Space in 2016

In the wake of the new year, we’ve put together 10 ways that you can easily de-stress your home. With a little organization, color coordination, sweet aromas, and cozy throws, we promise that you’ll be feeling nothing but good vibes. 1. Faux Fur What’s the first step to creating an at-home zen environment? Faux [...]

New York City–based Delia Heilig makes custom-printed window shades based on motifs from traditional and often centuries-old window architecture that she discovers in out-of-print books at the Met. The roller shades, in varying tones of gray, black, and metallics, are printed with designs referencing abstract French wrought iron, Moorish patterns, Indian jali, and other motifs, all scaled to fit your windows.

Four Chic Alternatives to Traditional Window Treatments

New York City–based Delia Heilig makes custom-printed window shades based on motifs from traditional and often centuries-old window architecture that she discovers in out-of-print books at the Met. The roller shades, in varying tones of gray, black, and metallics, are printed with designs referencing abstract French wrought iron, Moorish patterns, Indian jali, and other motifs, all scaled to fit your windows.

Classy-ing up a traditional window treatment with sleek cornice I Lois Pade- Decorating Den Interiors

Classy-ing up a traditional window treatment with sleek cornice I Lois Pade- Decorating Den Interiors

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