Sylvie’s Custom Draperies and Blinds
Roman Shades are so popular, they can be functioning, cordless or just stationary, as these are on French Doors in a Centreville den. Underneath are cellular shades which close for privacy and protection from the sun. We've added banding in a contrast color.
A short decorative valance was desired in this newly redesigned Centreville kitchen, but the repeat of the Kravet fabric was 17.5 inches. We decided to accentuate the predominant design. Success!
The neighbor's flood light will not be a problem with these block out grommet draperies. This room darkening feature in a chic Chantilly, VA nursery will hopefully allow baby's parents to get some sleep. They can be made to open and close or left stationary.
Why deal with annoying cords and risk a strangle hazard? These roman shades block the sun in a newly renovated Virginia Run breakfast room.
From Jackie Von Tobel's window treatment designs this faux cornice adds elegance and simplicity to a masculine den. The block out lining strengthens the flat section and gives added protection from sunlight.