The photo below is one of my recent favorites because the room is so beautiful and so is the chandelier. This lovely tone-on-tone ginkgo leaf patterned fabric works very well in this room. With only 4" of space between the moldings at the top of the room, we had to have custom brackets made to allow for the sheers (not shown) to slip behind the stationary panels. The limited space required a small footprint for the bracket base.
The below two photos are from the same project. The high ceilings in the breakfast room were accented by the upper placement of the rod on the arched window, allowing for maximum light to come into the room. The two adjacent walls featured the same embroidered sheer fabric on a continuing angled rod with an elbow at the corner.
The treatment below was fun to work on! The client was a referral from a wonderful colleague in Colorado (the client is wonderful too). This breakfast room already had the decorative ceiling and trim embellishments with a fleur de lis pattern.
Here is the rendering I presented to the client for her approval. One side shows the silk swag and embroidered panel, and the other side shows the opposite fabric combination.
The curved wall with expansive glass showcasing a lovely view was accented with outer panels of embroidered fabric and a gold toned sheer for the under layer. The draperies were topped with open swags and cascades; the outer corners were topped with shaped mini cornices with decorative hardware and the inner corners had a coordinating medallion accent, which worked very well with the light fixture finish and scrolling designs throughout the room.
Here is a closeup of one of the treatments.
We will be installing the adjacent family room treatments soon and will share them with you at that time - they are gorgeous also!
We also have done a lot of window seat cushions this year. The cushion below has a cutout for the window sill trim. This cushion is a "mattress" style cushion and works well in a less formal room. Don't let the "less formal" wording mislead you into thinking that this cushion can be made quickly! All of the stitching at the top and bottom of the cushion allllll the way around the cushion is done by hand and requires heavy duty thread and a firm grasp to keep the tension on the thread, which allows for the desired rippled/stitched effect.