Silk drapes are a classic, formal option for dining rooms, great rooms and master bedrooms.
Hard and soft window treatments can be used individually or they can be combined. These are the top reasons to layer window treatments.
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Beautiful interlined silk panels with box pleat ruffle and welting on leading edge.
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Drapery Street was honored to once again be a part of the Indianapolis Home-a-Rama. At this year’s show, we worked alongside other local craftsmen to create a beautiful and serene home.
Silk drapes for an elegant touch
To dress the house’s grand windows with soaring proportions, luxurious blue silk was fabricated into simple panels and edged with tassel trim. - Photo: Werner Straube / Design: Gail Plechaty
The crisp look of blue walls and white trim makes a statement of contrast. Whether or not a special technique was used on the blue walls, white trim asserts clean lines of delineation. Furniture in dark wood tones such as...
When you want to add refinement to a room, using silk drapes is a great choice. Other times the classic look of linen drapes is exactly what a room needs.
Fabulous Linen Drapes with tonal seaming in silk
What a unique color! And it looks great with the white furniture! #drapes
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