But I'm going to take a moment to show off one recently installed really beautiful drapery job.
Kim Freeman's client had a gorgeous, impeccably fabricated, heavy, interlined top treatment and draperies out of a classic Clarence House fabric, trimmed in burgundy velvet, but wanted to lighten and update her dining room.
|The Before treatment|
We removed the top treatment, and took the velvet banding off of the draperies. The panels now needed lengthening, so Kim spent weeks searching for the exact perfect coordinating fabric for a wide bottom band.
|The After treatment|
A skinny burgundy lip cord between the fabrics defines the line, repeated at the top of the heading.