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    Are You A Dedicated Patriots Fan? You’ll Want This Room!

    How about a Patriots room? All of the cheering and praying in family rooms across New England helped the Patriots win the championship. Before the big game, I designed a room for each team’s fans.  Check them out here. I’ve made some more customization to the Patriots fan room. Your home should include what you are passionate about!

    Categories:Design Renderings, Family Rooms

    Where Would You Rather Watch Super Bowl 49?

    It’s Super Bowl Sunday.  East meets west as the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks. I’ve been glued to the TV all afternoon watching the pregame hype. The colors of the teams have inspired me to design a room that any true fan from each team would watch the game in.

    Categories:Design Renderings, Sunday Thoughts, Family Rooms

    Design rendering of a custom window treatment with draperies and a scaloped valance with a center jabot and cascades at the sides. See more on WindowDesignsEtc.com

    Window Treatment Wednesday, #WTW, Which Valance Would You Choose?

    The home office/library of a CFL (Client for Life) in Princeton, MA needs updating. Here’s the BEFORE photo. The “pouf” valance is dated.  It looks like I got my days mixed up and should be posting in the #TBT (Throw back Thursday) series. Window Designs Etc. did not make this window treatment.

    Categories:Window Treatments, Design Renderings, Library

    Trend Fabrics Timeless Embroidery and RM Coco faux raw silk

    In The Studio – Classic Swags And Cascades

    Classic Style

    Classic Swags and Cascades are Simple and Elegant 

    The design rendering to show the client exactly what the treatment will look like in the fabrics selected.  Classic swags and cascades are a timeless window treatment. The fabric is cut in a rather odd shape.  Pleats are formed along the top with lots of fullness that falls into graceful curving swags.

    Categories:Window Treatments, Design Renderings, In the Studio

    Materials

    In The Studio~Underwater Theme For Cape Cod Dining Room

    New England’s changing seasons bring a variety of weather but this Cape Cod home will be able to enjoy the feel of cool ocean waves and sandy beaches all year round. A beach house dining room gets a beach themed update. The naked window The photo above is how the window looked when we began.

    Categories:Design Renderings, The Beach House Series, In the Studio

    RM Coco Fabric

    Did You Know……I Do Custom Bedding Too?

    One aspect of the Etc. is custom bedding

    A quick post on a Friday evening before I leave the studio. I recently purchased new software that will help people envision their custom bedding options.  I would guess that you never thought of the hundreds, yes hundreds, of choices to cover your bed.

    Categories:Design Renderings, Bedrooms

    RM Coco Fabric

    In the Studio-Picture Window Transformation

    The Before

    The Holden, MA homeowners attempt at treating this picture window in their living room came up short on style, design, function and quality. A quick fix resulted in wasted money, time and frustration.

    In the Studio

    This beautiful RM Coco fabric is 100% combed cotton. The warm toned floral print will work great in the new design.

    Categories:Design Renderings, In the Studio

    Arched swags

    Elegant Arch Top Window Swags and Drapes

    An arch top window is dressed with custom made elegant swags and panels for a home office/library in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.  A few weeks ago I wrote about this project In The Studio.  The yardage and rendering have become a reality. Elegant Arch Top Window Treatment Take a look at what this window looked like before.

    Categories:Window Treatments, Design Renderings, Library

    Rendering of arched window

    In the Studio-Jacquard, Sheer, Beads and Tassel

    Rendering of approved design with specification details. We are working on this arched top window treatment for a home office/library.  I use Studio to design the treatment right on a photo of the client’s window.  The fabric selections are inserted into the line drawing.  All of the details are given so there are no surprises.

    Categories:Design Renderings, In the Studio