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Beautiful drapery
October 31, 2012 in Photo Questions
Hi Rebecca, Can you advise re: the fabric used for the drapery and how they are mounted? I know in the youtube video it mentions they are installed in the crown molding. How is that executed?

Thanks because I love the look!
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Robeson Design
To get window treatments to look like this, you have to know in advance where they are going EXACTLY... The crown molding is installed in pieces, leaving room for the eventual window treatments to slip right in. The fabric panels are mounted to boards and installed with L-brackets in the open space intended for them. Its a coordination act between designer, finish carpenter, drapery workroom and window treatment installer. Its not an easy thing to pull off but the look is Amazing! Glad you like them!
Heres another couple of videos of a home where we did the same type of treatment in several of the rooms:

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Thanks Rebecca for the inspiration!
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Robeson Design
You bet! If you are able to accomplish this look, post a photo on my Facebook page :-) "Robeson Design" RR
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Fantastic...thanks for the tips!!! As usual, you are an inspiration!
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