For this master bedroom in an apartment located on The World, the largest private residential cruise ship sailing today, designer Jeanette Hubley brought a softer feel to the glamorous space with sheer linen drapery that allows light in and plays off the textured Phillip Jeffries rivet wall covering.
Designer Ken Gemes created the living room of his 1920's Bronxville, New York, home around the fabric that he chose for the window treatments—a subtle hand-block printed linen from Tyler Graphics featuring shades of taupe and a smoky blue ground.
Well-thought drapery creates an exquisite backdrop for an interior and is one design element that greatly contributes to the final look and feel of the space. Here, we’ve selected 10 rooms from some of our favorite homes that showcase the creative ways that top designers use drapery to accomplish a high-design look.
Embrace the power of whitewashing. Speaking of white, using a watered-down white paint on wood elements in your home creates a warm, Shabby Chic look that always feels cozy.