Here the pelmets, lampshade and bed valance have been made from faux fur to match the clients curtains. trimmed with a touch of sparkle.
Your curtains will be hand made to your unique specification. Here 2 shades of grey velvet have been used with an eyelet heading, finished with classy black and glass tie backs for that modern look.
The client had a picture they wanted to recreate so I drew a scale drawing for then before making up this classic design.
Here the client wanted to dress the window with full length curtains, but also needed privacy and complete darkness when the curtain are drawn, without losing heat from the radiator below the window so the wood Venetian blind give privacy, a short pair of curtains with blackout ling for drawing with a full length pair of dress curtains for style, finished with a pelmet trimmed with beads.
Look at the attention to detail with the pattern matching of these interlined, blackout hand sewn Roman blinds, not a stitch in sight.
Here the clients wanted a headboard to match the soft gold velvet curtains I made. The husband had one style in mind and the wife another, so I combined the 2 styles to make them up this headboard unique to them.
These hand pleated curtains with cut away goblet pleats lined in the same shade of purple which the slipper bath has been finished in for a truly indulgent bath time.
These upholstored pelmets had to be made to fit the curved walls of the turret in the corner of a large room. Trimming has been used to emphasise the shape.
A truly unique window seat here, dressed with a box pleat valance to match the floor colour.
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