a new type of panel
I immediately liked this window (dwellstudio) when I saw it… but when I went to deconstruct “what” it actually was, I saw how truly unique it seems to be.
Two pinch pleat drapes, a covered window cornice, and a flat panel damask roman shade. As pictured, it comes to around $2500. I’m sure someone with some lovely stencils, and maybe even some freezer paper, could help replicate this look quite easily.
What do you think? Love it or leave it?
I think it’s cute without the curtains.
Oh my word, now that’s divine. Unforutnately my rooms could never handle such a graphic impact from a window, and holy price shock!
thats beautiful. very tranquil
YES! I love them. You could totally re-create that on the cheap.
We have Dwell bedding right now – I love it, just wish it was a higher thread count. :/
Oh! I didn’t know Dwell didn’t use a high thread count! It photographs so well though.
I love this panel! And I agree that you don’t need the side curtains AND you could make it yourself by tacking on some ties to create that pulled up look. This goes on my list of sewing projects.
Welcome Alana! I just went over and visited your blog for the first time as well today! :)
I just love the look of the dynamic pattern — if only it worked with my decor! Keep me posted if you do this though!