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Kitchen Window Treatments

Saturday, August 29th, 2015

After looking for over a year, I have finally found the fabric I love to use on my kitchen windows:

kitchen fabric

I absolutely LOVE it! I had a vision in my head how I wanted the treatments to look but it took forever to find the right fabric which I wrote about <a href="

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Nina’s Before & After Living Room

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

It took a little while for the custom window treatments to be made, but they were well worth the wait:

nina aftera

Aren’t they beautiful? The window treatments completed the room perfectly. Don’t you love that mirror over the fireplace?

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Barn Sale and Kitchen Update

Monday, September 22nd, 2014

One of my very favorite restaurants closed recently. It was our special place that my husband and I loved going to. They served the best shrimp scampi I have ever had anywhere.  The name of the restaurant was The Thompson House Eatery in the little town of Jackson, NH:


The husband and wife team

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Kitchen Window Ideas & Inspiration

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Moving on with our kitchen redesign, it was time to talk windows. As you can see in our kitchen nook:


It is in need of some fabric love. But of course, things are not always easy. My husband does not want to cover any of the window molding and we do not want to cover up the view:

kit shades

Tall window

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Making Ready Made Window Treatments Better

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014


I know we would all love to be able to afford custom window treatments for all of our windows. But I also know that is not practical or affordable for many of us.

A trick I have learned is when purchasing ready made curtains from the store, always buy double. Most all ready made window treatments

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Agree Or Disagree?

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

short window treatment

I realize window treatments are tricky, but if you do not want your treatments to look out of date, do not let the curtain bottom dangle in the air like the photo above.

Or like this:

curtains  Ideal Home Magazine

Or this:


The reason I am mentioning this again is because a new client I am working with did not know

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