This wide view of the great room lounge area shows the custom sheer drapery color-matched to the paint color used for the walls and ceiling. The drapes go from the ceiling line to the floor, to soften the hard edges of the tall windows.
To juxtapose the masculine upholstery of the bergère chairs with a touch of femininity, flame stitch Missoni womenswear fabric was used to create graphic throw pillows. Many interior designers suggest shopping at apparel fabric retailers to save money and add touches of high fashion to a room's decor.
The simple addition of floor-to-ceiling drapes changed the entire personality of the master bedroom, not to mention that they allowed natural light to pour into the space. Designer Debbie Perez simplified the accessories, leaving a few Asian-inspired pieces, to create a polished, coordinated whole.
One entire wall of this sleek, transitional master bedroom is draped in rippling metallic silk, creating a luxurious backdrop for a tall upholstered headboard. Built-in cabinetry lines another wall in the space, providing hidden storage. Soft teal on the walls complements the home's waterfront view.
Fully lined drapes featuring an ikat pattern ensconce the great room of HGTV Smart Home 2014. When the window treatments are open during the day natural light fills the room, and when closed in the evening, the drapes allow plenty of privacy.
In the master bedroom, color-blocked drapes have a strong personality that's softened by playful art. The color combination carries over from the window treatment to the walls, lending incredible structure and visual interest to the design.
This master bedroom was painted a soothing blue and features a variety of neutral accents, including the metallic curtains that are suspended around the bed to add an element of privacy. A starburst mirror is positioned above the bed, while a modern chandelier with four lights hangs at the center of the room.