A few weeks ago, I shared the story of the decorating projects that we took on for my daughter's home in Augusta. They are almost all accomplished, but we had saved the best for last. She had ordered a blind for the window because other windows in the home were a priority. AND, we couldn't decide exactly what we wanted to do--design wise. It took some time to live with the space and decide what she wanted to do in the room. It was apparent by the end of the first week that the blind was not going to work. The bathroom was too dark. Her bedroom is done with a "sea island" theme, so we started surfing for designs. When we found the palm fronds--we both agreed that it was perfect.
We were happy with the results. She decided to leave the blind at the top of the window, and asked me to make a curtain to cover it. We had some upholstery fabric left over from the bathroom chair so, I bought some beaded trim and a pattern from JoAnn's fabrics to complete the treatment. Easy enough for a former Home Economics teacher.
You may have seen the story that I posted on June 24th that shows another design in the shower. I had made 4 clear panels for the shower window, so I cut them to fit the panes in the downstairs bath behind the kitchen. The only problem was that there are 8 panes in the window, so that means that 4 more had to be created to finish out the project. Will it NEVER END?