Window Fashion VISION

7 Ideas for Bolder Interior Designs in 2021

By Taryn Pearce We are all spending more time at home now and many people are looking to redesign or decorate their homes to better reflect who they are and what they need. From functionality to beauty, designers are being asked to use their...

Soft Spot for Hardware

Having the right hardware can make or break a window covering project. But beyond just the physical hanging of window treatments, hardware can add elegance, convenience and uniqueness to a space. It’s no wonder that plenty of people have a soft spot...

Kick-Off 2021 With Madeleine MacRae’s Transformational #VirtualRetreat January 5-7!

2020 has been an incredible year.   For some, it’s been a year of fear, anxiety and worry. For others, it’s been a year of growth and opportunity. For all of us, it’s been a year of uncertainty. Things have changed at breakneck speed and we have had...

Hot Hues, Cool Colors

Designers, color consultants and other professionals share what’s in and what’s out for 2021. High-contrast colorways “I often find my clients steering toward neutral/safe colors and tones. However, lately there has been a spike in demand for bold...

2020 Holiday Decorating Trends

By Sophia Bennett 2020 will be a holiday season like none other. But despite the grim state of the world—or perhaps because of it—people don’t appear to be scaling back their holiday decorating plans. Photo courtesy of Frontgate “Without question...

Category - Inspiration

Queen of Green

Leigh Anderson, owner of Willow Drapery & Upholstery in Glenview, IL, came by her love of textiles naturally. “My family owned textile mills, so there was this greater force in my life educating me about fabric from...

Finishing Touches

By Susan Schultz Photo courtesy of Rowley Company Most often, when designers are asked what takes a custom window treatment from “really nice” to “over-the-top fantastic,” the answers focus on trims or hardware. But...

A Vision for High-End Homes

From her office in Detroit’s northern suburbs, Reem Akkad with Reem Akkad Design works on homes many designers can only dream of: places with lofty interiors and beautiful details, owned by people with big budgets...

Seeking Authenticity

By Jana Platina Phipps We are having an awakening in design as people everywhere seek authenticity. Consumers are increasingly acknowledging the ever-rising social and environmental costs of “cheap goods” and want to...

King of Color

A girl’s bedroom in the Flatiron District designed by Rayman Boozer. The curtain fabric is Lily Pulitzer from Lee Jofa. The wallpaper is by Flat Vernacular, and the headboard and pillows are custom-made. In 1998, Time...

Whiteout

Photo courtesy of Studio McGee White is the antithesis of color, but it still packs a punch in indoor and outdoor spaces. As part of our annual color issue, we’ve taken the renegade move of asking three designers to...

Color and Pattern and Texture, Oh My!

By JoAnne Lenart-Weary Did you know color is the first thing we see followed by shape? Color impacts us visually, emotionally and even physically because we can actually “feel” some colors. Pattern and texture elevate...

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