Thursday, August 11, 2011

window dressings

i'm inspired.

i still have naked windows. and i don't feel like every window always has to have something on them. sometimes bare is refreshing. but in my case, i think they need a little somethin-somethin.

i've always been drawn to the lush and voluptuous, as seen above. and i've even been contemplating orange. so pretty.

and then there are these two...
looks like it could possibly be tulle! kinda love.

this mushroom color is killing me. i could be convinced in a millisecond. maybe less!

then there are the sheer linen roman shade varieties.
it's almost like lingerie for your windows.
how very racy of you ;)

so many to choose from. and these are just a 3 options of a gazillion.



{images from house and home, shelter, amie weitzman, coco + kelley, martha stewart, everything fab, little green notebook, little green notebook, michael smith, unknown}


  1. same boat here... love them all!! The roman shades in the sheer linen are so refreshing, though. seems like you could pair them with curtains, if you can't decide! ;) I've been looking for a modern window treatment and not having any luck. I want something different! These Laura Ashley horizonal sheers have me a little excited...,76846

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