Posts by Susie Ruhland

Vignette from Hunter Douglas

Vignette Modern Roman Shades are clean, sophisticated and beautifully functional. Consider Vignette Modern Roman Shades  Instead of the Typical Roman Shade What makes a modern roman shade? Versatile: Choose from three styles that roll, stack or traverse.  Safe: With no exposed cords on the front or back of any shade. Beautiful: You choose a style…

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TALL Grommet Panels

 This is a before picture of the project. The height was close to 20′ for the panels that needed to be installed. An extension ladder was used for the installation. This wall was really bare looking and needed some softness. The pattern we used for the side panels was : Greenhouse A3810 Twilight Geometric prints…

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What is a great solution to dress my sliding patio door ?

The Hunter Douglas Duette Vertiglide is a great solution ! The Duette Vertiglide is a cellular shade fabric ran vertically across the patio door. The vertiglide is available in many samples of color choices.  It opens and closes from side to side , ideal for sliding glass doors! Duette Vertiglide offers expansive widths and heights…

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Inverted Box Pleat Valance

This valance was fabricated for a patio door and  a window above the sink.  The fabric blended well with my clients granite counter  top that had muted khaki and black colors. The inverted pleats, banding and buttons were  done with a black fabric for a pop of color. Mounted behind the valance is a Hunter…

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A Stylish Scalloped Valance

My client wanted a new look for her living room windows. This deep olive green fabric had a pretty brown leaf pattern embroidered on the face. The valance was lined with the contrasting brown color and then finished with brown piping. Mounted underneath the valance is a Ado Wrap complete from Ado Corporation. My client…

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Ripple Grommet Ripple

Ripplefold or grommet panels are what these panels are called. They worked nicely in my clients dining room/living room area. We found a fabric with a linen looking texture that blended with the opposite wall at the end of the room. The lined panels were constructed with large grommets to fit the Kirsch decorative rod. …

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