Provenance woven woods is a window treatment collection from Hunter Douglas. Handwoven from versatile light-filtering reeds, grasses, and woods, they offer many unique qualities such as light filtering options, and come in five different styles, with stunning color choices. They are available with several unique headrail styles including, wood valance, fabric headrail, angled headrail for a more decorative look, and triple hobbled ideal for large shades.
In this picture a side banding option was chosen. The shade material is Hennrick in color Blue Blazer.
This picture features material Shoal Bay in color moonlight a iridescent woven wood. The style is a Roman Shade for the traditional yet modern look, complimented with geometric side panels.
Here you have the Telluride shade in color Lead Mine. This picture also features the optional liner that is available for light and privacy control. You can get a liner that is attached to the woven woods and will operate together, or you can choose to have one that operates independently for the most control.
Contact us today to learn more about Provenanace Woven Woods.
Here is a look at the Orange Poppy collection from Designer Vern Yip. We just received this book along with color ways Blue/Ocean, Gray/Charcoal, and Natural/Sesame. Its a great collection of prints, wovens and solids. Below are some of my favorite fabrics.
Do you have an awkward space you need furniture for? This client wanted a sectional for his room to create a home theater. The challenge with this space was getting the sectional into the room. The room was located on the third floor of the clients home so it had to be narrow enough to fit up three flights of stairs, two doorways, and make three turns. The client also wanted the sectional low enough to show off his extensive collection of memorabilia. We were able to meet all his needs by custom creating a sectional.
A great way for a quick change is custom pillows. They can bring a look of fun, or sophistication to any space.
Here are a few tips when it comes to designing and picking pillows for your sofa.
Design a pair of pillows that are either 20 or 22 inches square to place on the far right and left of the sofa, these are your "anchor" pillows. You then want to work your way into the middle of the sofa. You can add smaller square pillows or you could add a lumbar pillow. Of course this is just one example the possibilities for pillows are endless. The most important thing to remember is you want to create visual interest with different heights of pillows and different styles.
Mix and match your fabrics, sofa upholstery and pillow fabrics should never be the same. If you have a solid fabric on your sofa use a print on your pillows.
We recommend and use down inserts rather than polyester. They are more comfortable and better looking. They do require a good fluffing every now and then.
Trim or contrast welting is often over looked when it comes to designing pillows. Trim is a great way to pull more colors into the space or compliment the colors you have. Maybe you have a navy blue sofa and the other accents in your room are red and gold. Find a trim for the sofa pillows that pulls that red and gold. Nothing makes a space pop like paying attention to the little details
Your decorative choices should be fun and show your personality. Throw something quirky or unpredictable into the mix, it will reflect you and be a great conversation piece.
The geometric shapes in the fabric compliment and play off of the design of the chair. This fabric is an exclusive design by Ground Works for Kravet.
Whether you call it an X-bench or cross-bench, this style of ottoman offers a designer look. Its classic form complements any design style from contemporary to traditional. Fully upholstered cross-benches are ideal in pairs at the foot of the bed or in the living room. Here is a pair we just reupholstered.
Remember Mom's old chairs in purple vinyl?
They look like this now.