Have you heard about The Gallery here at Beyond the Screen Door?
Not too long after I started blogging I created a photo gallery to help clients view my window treatments and pillows designs. What started out with just a few photos has grown to include over 360 photos of window treatments, pillows and miscellaneous projects in all shapes, sizes, colors and patterns! That’s a lot of photos!
I recently updated the Gallery to a more user friendly format. When you visit The Gallery (click on the little glass Gallery knob just under the header above) you’ll see the various categories to choose from.
Once you’ve entered a category you can click on any image for a larger view like the screen shot above.
Here’s the exciting part! Included with each photo is a link to the post or tutorial (where applicable) associated with that photo. When you click on these links you’ll be able to read more about that particular window treatment, pillow, etc as well as view more photos of the project! I’m so excited about this aspect of the new design.
In honor of the new and improved Gallery here’s 3 new window treatments and 3 new pillows for you.
This cute little flat fold roman shade was created for a small bathroom adjacent to a game room.
It was created with a Rollease system that replaces the traditional cord & cleat system. A bit more expensive but well worth it in the long run. The talented ladies at the workroom created this shade for me.
I love the band in a totally unexpected contrasting fabric.
In the game room you’ll find these two pillows.
A large gray and lime green zebra print with a self flange.
As well as a bright orange swirl. The over sized black & white houndstooth will be on more roman shades in an adjoining bedroom for grandsons.
This little lovely now belongs to Stacey at Poofing the Pillows. A while back I made a couple of valances for her office and Stacey decided she’d like a coordinating pillow for her chair. I used the Santa Maria floral for the front and the buffalo check for the ruffle and back.
The last two window treatments actually started out as one curtain.
In her previous home, Irene had long, lace cafe sheers in her dining room. This was a very large window with quite a bit of fabric so we decided to repurpose the sheers for her new home.
The powder bath, just off the main living space, receive a new sill length panel that we draped back to one side with a medallion tieback.
Irene’s gorgeous front doors now have a bit of softness and privacy with two lace cafe curtains.
These hang from wrought iron hardware made specifically for doors.
Here’s a sneak peek of Irene’s lovely new home. I’ll be sure to show you more as soon as I can.
Be sure to visit The Gallery for inspiration on your latest project. And check back soon because I have even more photos to edit and add to the collection!