drapery panel

drapery panel

1. See linenfold.
2. One unit of drapery.
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"Specifically, some of the motifs come from an 18th-century linen-printed drapery panel that was actually from Provence, but what we wanted to do with Costa Brava was give it a broader range than just Provence," said Adams.
In the Draw-Tie-Panel, the drawstring runs horizontally across the middle of the drapery panel, becoming a tie-back as it is tightened to create various widths.
He said the company was showing another new pattern, Radisson, as both a tablecloth and drapery panel in a very traditional all-over knitted lace.
Simple, ripple-fold-style drapery panels of gray, beige and tan linen weave were selected to frame the large windows, in front of which sits the deep chocolate leather sofa.
1 Wltether used to decorate a window or a wall, RH Teen's ombre macrame drapery panels (in a set of two) are available in ocean and gray colorways.
Through the use of a strategic floor plan, a neutral colour palette with layers of texture, comfortable custom upholstery, beautiful long drapery panels and functional levels of lighting, a sophisticated and comfortable room was achieved without being too precious.
With softness in mind, Flynn suggests using more than one layer of window treatment: ''I usually layer black-out shades with custom, pleated drapery panels,'' he says.
For example, she explains that many people buy pre-made drapery panels in a store because they think they are less expensive; however, the reality can be just the opposite.
Over the years, we've added ready-made drapery panels, decorative pillows and several lines of bedding to compete with the larger stores.
Hang drapery panels which puddle on the floor to frame your windows with a layer of textured sheers behind them for the ultimate in privacy.
A palette of soft aqua and green extends from seating fabrics 6 by Barbara Barry for Kravet to couturier cuffed drapery panels 7 in striated silk by Cowtan &Tout, which subtly frame pastoral golf course views.
We do this, for example, by applying full-height corner guards or creating columns of vertical floor-to-ceiling drapery panels. I recall a project with a lovely marble fireplace in an independent living facility (figure 3) that was an interesting architectural focal point but was cold and hard-looking.