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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Great design idea source! 1 July 2007
By C. Huber - Published on
Format: Paperback
I am an aspiring interior decorator who has bought tons of window treatment idea books as well as countless magazines for window treatment inspiration. This book now ranks #1 among all my resources for design ideas! The pictures are gorgeous, the styles are numerous and the bonus is that not only do the pictures show great window treatment ideas, but the rooms themselves are equally stunning, giving lots of decorating ideas as well. And while this is not a how-to book, it does help you decide what type of treatmens are best for your particular window type. It also helps you decide, for example, how many pleats you should plan for a pleated valance based on your window size. The only caveat I would give is that it includes mostly traditional decor, including traditional window treatments. There are few examples of more modern, clean-lined treatments. But as my style runs mostly to traditional anyway, this does not bother me. Again, a great resource for design ideas for yourself and for your clients!
22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Great ideas, terrific photography 6 Feb. 2007
By R. Boyd - Published on
Format: Paperback
I first borrowed this book from our local library, and liked it so much I bought my own. The photos of window treatments in actual rooms make the styles more real than sketches of windows alone. Included are explanations of how the various styles are constructed, and also recommendations for when to use professional installation, 'store-bought' or easy 'do-it-yourself' steps. Practical advice for when to use and when not to use a particular window treatment is really valuable. Whether you like the full multi-layered luxurious treatments, or simple classic coverings, it's all here.
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
A "must-have" for amateur and professional interior designers alike 20 Sept. 2006
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Professional window designers specializing in creating window treatments for more than seventeen years, Sue Sampson and Ellen DeLucia draw upon their impressive expertise in Window Treatments Idea Book, providing homeowners with design ideas, fabric and color issues, measuring and installation practices, and turning off-the-shelf windows into custom-made world class enhancements for any interior design project. Chapters discuss how to optimize fashionable selections for privacy and light control; adding creativity to window toppers; making new takes on traditional styles; and much more. Full-color photographs offer a wealth of inspiration, making Window Treatments Idea Book a "must-have" for amateur and professional interior designers alike.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Window Treatments Idea Book 29 Dec. 2006
By Jackie Hiles - Published on
Format: Paperback
Whether you are a professional or decorating your own home, this book is a must have! Pictures are worth a thousand words and this book has plenty of wonderful examples of window treatments, for a wide variety of styles, and can be used in any region in the country. They have catagories of window styles as well as "how to" steps and prfessional tips on installing. Window dilemmas solved here! Bravo!
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Superb Resource! 12 Jan. 2007
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The treatments in your new book are fantastic! How on earth are you able to come up with such a large amount of photos that don't seem to repeat everything else out there? And I don't see a lot of treatments made from the same old patterns either. Bravo! Thank so much for a book that I can show to my clients without apology for outdated photos or chintzy styles.

Your photos are of quality treatments suitable for the best of homes!
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