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Here are a few photos of the custom window treatments we've carefully made for our customers in the almost 30 years we've been making them.  Just tap or click on a photo to enlarge it, or to see the slide show.  We're open Monday through Friday, 8 - 5.  For $75.00 we can make a house call to help you choose paint colors and to measure your windows for custom blinds or custom window treatments.  We'll come back to the shop to search for fabrics and drapery styles that suit your windows.  Once you've chosen your fabric, we can tell you, to the penny, how much it would cost. 
Beautiful, beautiful, blue!  Wouldn't YOU like to be the guest who gets to sleep here?
Good Night!  Sleep tight!
Nothing shimmers like silk!  This Fayette dining room is serene and sophisticated!
Are you feeling the vapors coming on?Sink into these embroidered silks and pull up the velvet lined napping quilt!
A collection of custom silk pillows for the mistress of a Victorian home.
Embroidered silk embellished with pink beaded fringe.  The top treatment is embellished with gilded mouldings, classic treatments found during the Victorian period.
The flowers on this fun valance literally pop out!
This gorgeous London Shade provides insulation from heat and cold when it's lowered to the window sill.
Happy pillows and a classic inverted pleat valance give this traditional home a great update!
This gorgeous beaded treatment was designed from sketches from an antique drapery manual from the library of Winterthur.  The bedding features hand woven pillow embellishments, a velvet lined napping quilt, embroidered panels at the bedside, and pipes of blue silk at each of the 9 windows.
This was THE sweetest, cheeriest, look for a B & B about to open in Fayette, JJ's Folly, home of Connie Johnmeyer!
This contemporary bath features a cornice made of woven velvet over a sliding drape made of an embroidered faux silk.
The box seats in historic Thespian Hall, oldest theatre west of the Alleghnies, in Boonville, Missouri.  These lush velvet swags and cascades are trimmed in six inch gold bullion fringe and lined in gold moire.
What do you do with patio doors?  You drape them beautifully with layers of velvet and faux silk.  The view of the woods is still seen and light is controlled by Hunter Douglas Nantucket shades.
We're always climbing around somewhere!  We were waaaay up on scaffolding to install these Christmas swags at the Missouri Governor's Mansion in Jefferson City!  THAT was an adventure!
Carol Schenck, of Boonville, wanted a treatment that wouldn't hide her lovely view of the woods.  When she needs privacy or light control she simply pulls pleated gauze panels together.
This lavish treatment was inspired by the bustled dresses of the 1890's.  Hand sewn silk roses spill out from the rich folds of velvet.  The home owners, Susan and Lewis Miller, wanted their antique milk glass medallions to be a part of the design.
Betty Maxwell chose a faux silk with beaded fringe for her living room.  This style with the stacked cascades (the long parts on the sides) shows off their view of the world and enhances the incredible woodwork framing it all.
A close-up of European Country embellishments.
When we were finished, our customer said, "I feel like I'm in France in my kitchen, Italy in my bedroom, and Bavaria in my living room!"  In other words, this world traveler LOVED THEM!
Owners of this historic home wanted a classic, but light treatment to accompany their Hunter Douglas wood blinds.
This contemporary home owner chose a striking fabric for her sofa pillows!
The window seat pillows and cushions for a contemporary woodland getaway.
This lucky little boy has a button back topper to go with his red fireman bed!
An elegant window treatment for a bedroom that still reveals the gorgeous woodland view when the Hunter Douglas Silhouette shades are open.
This historic oak half-tester from New Orleans glows against the fabric's reds and golds.
A burgundy velvet panel over hand-made silk rose panel, draped over the customer's antique vaseline glass holdbacks.
The woman of the house wanted something beautiful for the master bedroom of this country lodge.  The man of the house wanted to be able to see the white tails of the deer on his ridge.  By raising the treatments, both were happy!
This assymetrical window treatment still allows a view of the countryside.
Balloon shades for the laundry!
This Victorian Cottage treatment features a band of antique picture molding found in the attic!
Simple swags and cascades in this cottage kitchen are not only cheery, but reveal the view of the outdoor courtyard.
Tom and Betty Maxwell chose an embroidered faux silk to frame their gorgeous view.  The pillows on the sofa and love seat help bring that color and pattern down and across the room to add balance.
This assymetrical French Country treatment is a great choice for the kitchen or laundry room!
Charles and Jo Burks have a beautiful dining area that looks out onto the woods.  They wanted to finish off the room and enhance the view with window treatments.  Jo chose a gorgeous floral botanical fabric with birds.
Here are a few of the samples we have in our shop of valances that can be used alone, or over the top of drapery panels.
Here is a cornice board and a soft Roman shade made of a lovely embroidered linen.  You can see them at our shop.  We have lots and lots of drapery samples and Hunter Douglas blind samples for you to see! Call for an appointment to be sure we're here and not on the road for house calls!