Interior Design by Pat's Decor
In this classically styled bedroom, the colors were chosen from the existing oriental rug.
In this classically styled bedroom, the colors were chosen from the existing oriental rug. The pinch pleated side panels and sheers, open in the center and were installed under a shaped upholstered cornice. The tailored bedspread, pillow shams, and upholstered bench all have the same fabric.
In the guest bedroom the window treatment on double rods has free flowing side panels. The stripe of the cross-over swag is on a diagonal in contrast to the vertical stripe of the side panels.
A dramatic contemporary design was created for this difficult window with a sunburst. The banded side panels are in a soft flowing fabric. The narrow upholstered cornice was installed over the sunburst. Coordinating pillows with a similar linear motif complete the design.
This family room was a challenge. The door opens inward and the windows are higher than the door. A tailored treatment of an L-shaped cornice with matching side panels was designed to gracefully bring these elements together. Hunter Douglas blinds provide sun control and privacy.
The adjoining kitchen has a smaller scale print to coordinate with the fabric in the family room. A picked up valence was installed under the cornice to provide a softness to the room.
In this den, which functions as a private getaway room, the cornice follows the same line as the peak in the architecture. Silk plaid with black twisted cording is installed over a HunterDouglas wood blind.
The color scheme chosen for this bathroom reflects the coloration of the entire house. The window treatment was designed to be light and airy against the hard lines of the tiles and cabinets.
The traditional dining room windows feature an operable balloon shade made of a luxurious sheer. The full flowing side panels are slightly puddled on the floor and are accented with tassels and matching trim.
The window treatments in the living room were created to complement the customer's unique collection of glass vases and jars, as well as reflect the soft lines of the sofa. Swags, jabots, and side panels are highlighted with tassel fringe and draped over a gold leaf pole.
The customer wanted to accentuate the pretty view from the kitchen dining area. The challenge was that the four side windows are shorter than the door. Pat designed a continuous treatment to frame the entire bay and still have access out the patio doors. A patterned fabric was used on the cornice. The matching sheers gracefully fall in swags and jabots in an over and under design.
The adjacent kitchen has the same light and airy treatment. Note the detail of the swags and jabots: the patterned fabric is banded to the sheer to create a crisp pleat and outline the drape of the swags.
The pinch pleated side panels and sheers, open in the center and were installed under a shaped upholstered cornice.
The tailored bedspread, pillow shams, and upholstered bench all have the same fabric.