None were huge projects, but if you combine four small-to-medium installations, you wind up with one epic day.
After we installed the flat-back reverse mount blackout hobbled shades that I wrote about last week, we made three drapery installation stops, all for Croton on Hudson designer Denise Wenacur.
After installing those seven complicated shades in the morning, it was nice to start the afternoon with a less challenging second stop: a rod pocket valance over grey voile rod pocket sheers, for a tween bedroom makeover.
At the third home, pretty two-finger pinch pleat sheer-lined-with-sheer draperies freshened up the dining room. We love the simplicity of H-rail tracks, with glides instead of rings.
This ensures perfect placement.