My own inspiration for decorating my home usually starts with fabric. This could be the draperies, a rug, decorative pillows, or an heirloom quilt. All other decisions about paint, coordinating fabrics, and accent pieces are secondary. Imagine starting with the Monica Pedersen Bellevue drapery panels as your inspiration. Offered in Sky Blue or White, these panels are a perfect start to creating your own fabulous traditional or contemporary setting.
Color plays an important role in creating a well designed room regardless of style. It can disguise problem areas or draw attention to a beautiful window view or set the mood. Color has the ability to visually make a room feel warmer or cooler, make a large room feel cozier, or a small room feel larger.
Think carefully when choosing the color of your draperies and the role they will play in the overall design of your room. If you want your window treatments to take on a supporting role, then they should match the color of the wall or be of a low contrast color. This helps them blend in with their surroundings so as not to draw too much attention. In this situation, you want your window treatment to lead the eye to the focal point or to unify the room.
If you don’t have a focal point in the room or your room lacks architectural interest, you will need window treatments in a high contrast color. In this scenario, you want to draw attention to your window coverings as they will be the main point of interest in the room.
Whatever role you assign to your window treatments, you’re sure to find just the right color, texture, and pattern with drapery panels offered on DefiningElegance.com.
Fall in love with the old world charm of Lili Alessandra draperies or the Hollywood glamour vibe of Couture Dreams draperies. You won’t be able to resist giving these collections of unique window coverings a starring role. Like an aspiring actor, some are just meant to steal the show.
Muriel Kay draperies and curtains are made with natural fabrics such as cotton/linen blends, cotton, silk, and jute, as well as faux silk. This collection has some beautifully embroidered panels for added interest and texture.
Whether you favor the traditional styling of draperies with rod pockets or soft pleats or the contemporary look of grommets, you’ll be impressed with the many attractive fabric and color options from Softline Home Furnishings.
The common thread of our desire for a beautiful home is inspiration. Shop DefiningElegance.com for elegant draperies, fine linens, artistically crafted decorative pillows, and other soft furnishings for the home and be inspired.
Dress your windows with Haro drapery panels from Softline Home Fashions. These window treatments are available in three styles: Rod Pocket, Back Tab, or Grommets. The back tab style offers the versatility of using the rod pocket for a gathered look or using the back tabs on the back of the panel to form soft pleats. We offer the option of lining or lining with interlining. The addition of interlining gives the drapery more body, protection from the sun, and better insulation. It also gives it more of a custom look.
Available in 4 lengths – 84″, 96″, 108″ or 120″ and nine colors. An optional scarf valance with or without lining draped over the top of drapery adds another layer for more interest. See all the Softline drapery fashions offered on DefiningElegance.com to find the perfect style and color for your home.
The Weatcot drapery panels from Softline Home Fashions are offered in lined, unlined, and interlined panels and are available in five luscious colors: Charcoal, Chocolate, Ivory, Plum, and Turquoise. The contemporary panels can be ordered in rod pocket, back tab, or grommet styles to suit your decoration needs. Back tabs allow the drapery rod to be inserted through tabs on the back of the rod pocket to form soft pleats. This style allows flexibility so that the panel can be hung as a traditional rod pocket or with the tabs for pleating. Grommets are available in three color choices: Chocolate, Silver, and Antique. An optional six foot scarf to drape over the top of the drapery adds character and texture to your room.