Thursday, April 16, 2015
We love this idea for a window seat. The space spans an entire wall and highlights three windows. The homeowner wanted a cozy place to sit, while allowing light to infiltrate without losing privacy. She chose three equally sized window seat cushions to lend symmetry, then she used simple tension rods with a sweet embroidered set of sheer curtains for each window. The effect is lovely.
Posted by 1970 Dogwood Street at Thursday, April 16, 2015
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Our clients requested that we find a different solution for window coverage in their bedroom. They wanted to keep the look of curtains (with blackout lining), but they needed a few other things in the new design: a more beautiful fabric (!), a more substantial rod which would be mounted above the glass, and a system which would make opening/closing easier.
Posted by 1970 Dogwood Street at Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Thursday, April 9, 2015
I was invited over to a good friend's home last week and took particular notice of a clever and unique candleholder. At their previous house, the family had been forced to cut down a favorite tree. They salvaged a few slices and created a beautiful grouping of wooden objects, one with a few holes drilled to hold tea handles. My friend treated the wood with a coating to protect it. Isn't it awesome?
Posted by 1970 Dogwood Street at Thursday, April 09, 2015