The bed and its furnishings is a total show-stopper. The green silk damask is everywhere in the room: walls, ceiling, windows, and door.
On the walls, a coordinating shaped border pattern is layered over the damask as a sort of mock valance, trimmed in gold. But it was the skinny cartridge pleats on the portiere that really caught my eye. I keep thinking about them, so I wouldn't be surprised if they turn up in something I make, sometime soon.
I peered in as close as I could to try to figure out where the fabric was seamed. Oddly, the pattern wasn't even matched when the lengths were joined. I've seen that non-match in other 18th century window furnishings as well.