A Day in History

A Day in History

As the days tick by for the Ultimate Blog Challenge, day 17 suggested topic is A Day in History.  The topic could be something from the past, either personal or business or even the world’s past.  Since it is Wednesday, I decided to turn this into A Day in History Word (not Wordless) Wednesday.   I searched back through some of the window treatments my hubby and I have designed and fabricated in our shop, some from years past. Although they are not all from A day but MANY days, I hope you enjoy the tour!

 

 

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This is one of my favorites, color blocking of fabrics in different colors where we cut the fabrics into different widths to make one of a kind treatment.  The client even found placemats, napkins and dishes in all the same colors!

 

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The styles and fabrics are unlimited and each treatment we design is unique to the client.  I love this nautical twin room for the client’s grandchildren.  We also fabricated a shower curtain out of the red anchor fabric.

 

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There are times when we do computer sketches of the treatments we design so the client can have an idea of what they will look like on their windows.  I start by taking a photo of the windows, then download it to the computer and add computer generated drawings.  These next photos show the sketch and the finished treatment.

 

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This last sketch and treatment was for the room of a little princess.  We sketched the treatment then created it with fabric draped from window to window.

 

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You could even say our treatments go to the dogs! This is an outdoor swing we made new cushions for and the client’s beautiful pups had to make sure they were comfortable for them! From the smiles on their faces, they gave them the a-okay!  I hope you enjoy a Day in History of some of the window treatments we have created.

 

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Martha Demeo

I started my blog to review products. Since then it has evolved and now I teach people how to earn money online from the comfort of their home. Join the conversation. Leave a comment below.

10 Discussion to this post

  1. Brenda Marie says:

    I love that look very classy.

  2. Now that’s a history worth viewing!

  3. They are all so beautiful!! I loved that whole nautical room. But I think my favorites were the first and third window treatment pictures. It was great to get a look at the great work you do, Martha!

  4. Kemkem says:

    Oh wow! Impressive. I love the drapes in the second picture best, but they are all lovely 🙂

  5. Martha says:

    Thanks Brenda, I love creating unique treatments that fit the home and client! Thanks for visiting again!

  6. Martha says:

    People ask us when we are going to quit working and retire but when a person enjoys what they are doing, it doesn’t even seem like work Roy! Hubby and I have been doing this for 50 years and we have so many wonderful clients that repeat through out the years.

  7. Martha says:

    Thanks Kemkem, I so enjoy what we do!

  8. Martha says:

    Thanks Jeanine, I love color blocking fabrics for one of a kind design. Of course living at the beach, many like the nautical theme! Thanks for visiting!

  9. Vidya Tiru says:

    these are just wonderful and i am wowed by each one.. my favorite one – well, i think has to be the one for the little princess..

  10. Martha says:

    I enjoy designing treatments to “fit” the client, I love the princess treatment also. Thanks for stopping by and going on my tour Vidya.

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