Monday, April 4, 2011

tay's window treatment




i take forever to make decisions when it comes to my personal home....too much great stuff at my finger tips combined w/ indecisiveness.  it leads to an undone house.  i often tell my clients to store inspiration photos somewhere so you can use these as a tool to show your sense of style.  i have a storage folder for my house on the computer.  and one thing that keeps popping up are these window treatments (you will start to see patterns in the photos you keep).  so since i find myself drawn to these, it's time to just do it!!!  i'm thinking tay's room....much like pic #1 (she already has light pink walls)-white linen roman shade but i think i am going to use the leftover la fiorentina from her headboard as the border accent.

36 comments:

My Interior Life said...

Love that style of window treatment. Great choice, and I'm sure it will look great in her room. Can't wait to see the results!

erin fuduric said...

i think those are so classy and timeless! love them and love following your blog...i am inspired everytime! -e @ wefancythat.blogspot.com

simplybonvivant.com said...

Love that. She wont grow out of them too quickly either which is a major bonus. Look forward to seeing the finished product. Have a great monday!
XO

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

Love love love- that first room is beyond pretty- definitely putting that in my daughter's inspiration folder as well.

LiveLikeYou said...

I know just the feeling. Too many great things that can be done. Love that adorable what I call castle window treatment.

lizziefitz said...

That is a fantastic idea! I can't wait to see the results:) I completely agree about the pics. I have even been known to store the same picture over and over , senial moments, lol.

The enchanted home said...

Love it!! So fabulous..especially love the soft pale blue bedroom with the pops of bright green, great looking!

Brooke @ Blueprint Bliss said...

I am the same way--- too many options that I deal with daily paired with my indecisiveness!

I can't wait to see these in her room!

Stylelinx said...

Great post! This is my favorite kind of treatment that is classic and will grow with her!

A Blissful Nest said...

love the Greek key look on valances!

Julie said...

It'll be beautiful!

www.laurajamesjewelry.com said...

Love this window treatment especially in Pink and Green!

tarheel said...

perfect!

AndreaRenee said...

Love those window treatments, they're so fun, but still grown up and classic!!

paula said...

three of my favorite rooms in one post... happy me!

paula said...

ellie just saw the top photo and is now just DYING to have it. ha!

Wendy said...

lovely!

VictoriaArt said...

Sounds like me!
Exactly: Just do it!

xoxo

Casey said...

Beautiful choice! Can't wait to see them.

My Little World said...

The room in the first picture is perfect for my dd!

WA Blog Team said...

We love this style of window treatment... and what a fabulous rug in the first photo!! Great images. Lovely post. ; )

Simple Dwellings said...

I love it! I bet it will come out beautiful. I'm with you on the indecisiveness... it's always trickier with your own home, because it seems that much more permanent! :)

classic • casual • home said...

The tailored look is so appealing. You must have a great window person to sew it.

MEGMAC said...

Worship it. I'm sure her room will be fabulous!

Meghan
megmacdesigns.blogspot.com

Natalie said...

Shannon! It's been too long. Loved this post. Can't wait to see Taylor's window treatments. I love the border accent in the photos. Hope you are doing well!

A Casa da VĂ¡ said...

I adore this kinda of window treatment, it makes the room look very finished, like it is the last final touch... I also feel that as a designer my own home doesn't look finished because there are just too many fabulous ideas to explore!

Hugs & kisses from Rio!
http://acasadava.blogspot.com

My name: Julie My design firm: SHELTER said...

one word: Fabulous!!

They look so good and are one of my favorite looks.

Julie

Miss Rubio said...

Love this. Can't wait to see what you do :-)

Alison Duffy said...

So girlie and crisp! Love.

First House on the Right said...

The picture wall in the second image is one of my favourite representations of gallery wall (ever!) Nicolex

Penelope said...

Love it - I actually have 2 of those same pics in my design files but just can't decide which room to do it in!

FlirtyGems said...

I love those what style would you call them? I would love to get those for my little girls room too!

Kathysue said...

Love this look I used this look in one of my boys rooms and made it in a big black and white buffalo check it made a great look. I know exactly what you mean about making decisions for our own homes, I am the same way!! Kathysue

Jane said...

Did your workroom charge you an arm and a leg to do this? Love the shape.

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