Kim Freeman of freemandesigngroup designed the window treatments and chose the fabrics for the upstairs of this home on the Long Island Sound.
Most of these fabrics should look familiar to you because I've gradually been showing peeks of them over the past few weeks as we've been completing phases of the project.
Cafe curtains for the Master Bath are made out of the same pleated fabric I used for shades a couple of weeks ago. We like how it gives privacy yet allows light in.
The Guest Bath pin-tucked cafe curtain is a linen sheer with orange grosgrain ribbon, topped with a London shade in William Morris Co's "Honeysuckles".
We agreed that the cafe curtain could be a little longer to achieve a better balance, so we went ahead and hung this up for now but we'll make a new, longer curtain and raise the rod.
The best best best of all, in the dressing room, pin-tucked curtains out of a floral, banded with blue silk, and see how the pin-tucks created a new floral pattern!
Flat Roman shades out of the William Morris "Mary Isobel" for the study:
The portiere drape in the doorway from the Master Bedroom through the Dressing Room to the Master Bath is an interlined silk blend, self-lined, pinch pleats facing in to the dressing room, and the "wrong side" facing the master bedroom. I like how the back side of the pleats fall in sort of box-pleat folds. The trim is on the bedroom side. I forgot to photograph it from the other side!
The layer next to the face fabric is white interlining; then dense black sateen which is what blocks the light; and on the back, white sateen lining.
That beautiful Sanderson fabric appears in the Guest Bedroom as pinch pleated drapery.
All the drapery are pleated up into slender two-finger pinch pleats with fullness of just barely over double.