I am so thrilled to share this gorgeous home with you!
Tamara and I collaborated long distance on several window treatments for her home. With long distance projects I don’t always have the chance to share photos. Currently, Tamara’s home is on the market and we now have these lovely photos to share not only the window treatments but her entire house!
The home’s layout is a simple, open floor plan that works great for family as well as entertaining.
Before, the windows in the home were trimmed with only the sill and apron.
For these windows we made simple flat-fold roman shades.
Tamara’s husband trimmed out both windows flanking the fireplace, in farmhouse trim, with stunning results!
I absolutely adore the difference the trim makes in this room. It truly makes these windows!
I keep scrolling back and forth looking at the difference! 🙂
We took 4 plain, ready-made curtain panels, that Tamara had from a previous home, to create the panels behind the sofa. The panels were too long so I had them hemmed, sewn to create 2 panels @ 2 widths wide each and pleated. The curtains were then hung from metal rings on a twisted metal rod. Due to the width of the window we used a center support bracket to keep the rod from bowing in the middle.
The white panels were a perfect match to her sofa.
For the kitchen slider we made one floor length panel wide enough to span the width of the slider and stack back to the left when not in use. The panel consist of 4 widths of fabric, lined with a white napped lining and french pleated at the top. The curtains are hung from a steel pipe rod, the only hardware I know of strong enough to span the 82″ width without a center support bracket.
A sassy little cafe curtain dresses the window above the sink which is trimmed out in the same farmhouse style as the living room windows. A solid gray shimmer fabric was used to create a 6″ ruffle along the hem.
There’s so much to love about this kitchen…
the wood floor, the painted pantry door, the pantry door hardware…
the herringbone patterned subway tile backsplash, the range hood…
…the lanterns, the window trim, the list goes on!
In the downstairs powder bath we made a faux, roman shade valance using the same damask fabric.
A barn door graces the entrance to the master bathroom.
The master bath.
Tamara has created a home where color, fabric and decor flow beautifully from one room to the next.
See more of Tamara’s home here. All photos courtesy of Orbit Real Estate Media.
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Wall color – SW Agreeable Gray
Fireplace Mantle, Pantry Door – SW Pussywillow
Cabinets – close match to BM White Dove
Trim – SW Extra White in gloss
Window Treatments – Sonya Hamilton Designs
Curtain & pantry door hardware – D&M Steel, Oklahoma City
Damask fabric – Covington Downton Graphite
Interested in custom window treatments for your own home?
Visit the Services page for more details or contact sonya@beyondthescreendoor [dot] com.
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