To create a tailored look in a simple, monochromatic kitchen, designer Teri Thomas chose a valance and Roman shade in the same fabric. She used a custom-printed fabric from Galbraith and Paul for both the shade and its box-pleated topper, says contractor Duane Johns of Advanced Renovations.
Rich textures and eye-catching patterns combine with sleek, clean-lined furniture to create a dynamic living space. A large window features custom window treatments that coordinate beautifully with the other textiles in the room.
This bedroom for two sisters is done in a pretty mint green with pink accents. There's a crib for the newborn and a twin bed for the older sister. A window seat features custom window treatments and a Roman shade, a checkerboard rug and cozy seating area for storytelling.
Rich brown cabinetry brings warmth to this Mediterranean-inspired kitchen, which features a beamed ceiling, spacious island and custom window treatment. Every room in the 10,000-square-foot home is placed to capture views of the lake, and the kitchen sink is sited under a window so users can enjoy the scenery.
With an antique mirror and custom window treatments, this guest bedroom is designed to offer the comforts of home but with the luxury of a hotel room. The design mixes feminine elements such as the soft colors and masculine elements like the bold patterns in the area rug.
This traditional kitchen is designed to be the main gathering place of the home. The desk area is designed as part of the kitchen for the lady of the house. The chair fabric coordinates with the color of the custom window treatments.
Natural light fills this eclectic living room, making the colorful room feel airy and bright. Elegant furnishings and eye-catching accents create a welcoming ambiance for socializing or relaxing. Pink accents complement the room's vivid green color, while striking custom window treatments make this a truly unique space.
Custom window treatments, new furniture and a flat screen TV on a hand-painted console complete this redesigned room. The family room features a traditional color palette and beautiful hardwood floors.
Robin LaMonte designed this bedroom with striped window treatments and antique elements, including a sleigh bed frame and framed artwork. Mixing and matching furniture pieces adds interest to the bedroom. The custom silk window treatments were positioned behind the bed to hide the small window.
The guest room that would become this little girl's room was a blank slate, so designers suggested adding some custom built-in shelving that could display some of her most prized possessions, while adding storage. The window seat will give this sweet little girl a place to enjoy the outdoors without ever having to leave her room.
Jagged lines and fun punches of plum bring a bold style statement to this white-walled guest bedroom. A pair of delicate club chairs forms a sunny seating area by the big picture windows. A mirrored dresser reflects the room's ample natural light and provides stylish storage.
After hearing the story of a three year old girl who had been diagnosed with cancer, designers from Adams Interior Design wanted to help, so they designed a sophisticated, comfortable room for this little girls who had already gone through so much. Moving her room into the larger, unused guest bedroom, designers were able to create a room that was new, but still had all the things this little girl loved. The headboard in the room is an heirloom, passed down from the little girl's mother, and the furniture in the space is distressed antique furniture that lends to the softness of the design without matching too perfectly.