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|Simple white-on-white curtains cover the bottom half of the cabinet glass.|
|A bright print fabric adds color to this cabinet.|
|Sheer material is the perfect choice for cabinet doors.|
|These cabinets do not have glass, a curtain creates a beautiful texture. Simple ticking stripe creates a retro feeling.|
|Lace create instant cottage charm.|
|A small pattern on the cabinet curtains compliments the toile drapery and herringbone tile.|
|A fringed umbrella created custom designer shade. Costal Living|
|The ocean is represented with every shade of blue from robins egg to teal and navy. Southern Living|
|This pillow from Cottage and Bungalow is bright and cheerful, even if a little crabby.|
|Hand painted oyster shell pillows for the deck from Nautical Luxuries|
|Make any room feel like a beach cottage with simple ticking slipcovers from Nautical Cottage Blog|
|That's pretty darned happy! Cottage and Bungalow|
Ruched headings are often used in formal living or dining rooms. When made from silk fabric ruched panels create a dramatic, ball-gown drapery design like the beautiful examples shown below.
But ruched headings can also be used for valances, shades or shower curtains.
The shower curtain below features a ruched heading.
|A large ruffle is sewn into the top of the shower curtain.|
|A tacking gun is used to create the ruching.|
|The crates are unpacked and the "shade room" walls are set up. From left to right, Keith Baranic, Laurie Medford, Susan Woodcock and Scott Rowley.|
|Bill Taylor, Rowley Company CEO setting up a hardware display for the booth.|
|Keith Baranic jumped in the crate to help unload the contents.|
|Annette Minor is unpacking hardware for the Finestra and Aria displays.|
|New for 2012, our bedding display, created by Laurie Medford, was updated with bold black, white and silver prints and the added texture of burlap. We love the touch of bling with Diamond Head nails and a beaded pillow. Other pillows featured grommets and a faux fur bolster just for fun.|
|A close-up of the pillow collection using Rowley Company pillow forms.|
|Laurie Medford is giving a demo in the Construction Zone; the place to be!|
|Laurie Medford and Susan Woodcock; co-presenters in the Construction Zone.|
|The Rowley team; Keith Baranic, Laurie Medford, Annette Minor, Susan Woodcock, Tamara Meyer and Scott Rowley.|