Piped in fuchsia pink velvet this grey zig zag print Robert Allen fabric looks fresh and clean. With hand made covered buttons and hand stitched buttonhole detail to add individuality.
This little boys nursery needed something very special at the unique curved corner window.
The 50mm White wood pole was bespoke from Hunter & Hyland, corded and tracked, the fabric sits nicely underneath with no rings to detract from the curtain beneath.
The curtains were a gorgeous blue and white striped linen. I suggested this heading with a contrasting fabric on the inside and a piping to really accentuate the curly cottage heading.
This shows the heading in close up. The stars working well with the stripes of the face fabric.
Ziggy Zaggy Drum lampshade
These cushions are 23" X 23" grey zig zag fabric from Robert Allen, grey textured linen on the back finished with shocking pink velvet piping and two fabrics for the buttons
The Banham Family's Contemporary Thames Ditton Home sits overlooking the river Thames and was gorgeous anyway...but Interior Designer Alison Morton was asked to bring a little extra magic to it.
Although this isn't a usual area for me to cover, I was invited onboard by Alison when her usual curtain maker had to back out due to family illness. I used to live in the area, in fact mine and Alison's sons were school pals, so it was lovely to get re aquatinted after many years.
Beautiful 680cm run of Black sheer Wave curtains on a Silent Gliss 3840 ceiling hung track. We did a single stack back curtain to dress the bi fold doors leading out to the garden.
For the lounge, we kept the curtains simple again, using the same understated white ceiling fix Silent Gliss track with a wave heading. The fabric was really very beautiful with a lovely dusty sheen to it.
In the stairwell, a simple lightly padded pelmet just to dress the window
The office - again a simple lightly padded pelmet but a strong pattern to break up all the smooth surfaces and add texture
The Master Bedroom had a bi fold door within a dorma which made it a bit tricky, so we had just a single stack back again and used a fab silk fabric to add texture & pattern. There is more to be done to this room so I'll probably update latter on
Old French Linen sacks made into scatter cushions 23" X 23" with lovely squishy feather pads.
I did the buttons and a trim in ticking fabric, hand finished the buttonholes and did a blanket stitched bottom edge with navy silk
I've been busy acquiring a new skill, making lampshades.
here are some of them...more to come!
This was a lovely project I worked on with Interior Designer 'Kellie Sabey'
This was a project for interior designer Kelli Sabey. It was a challenge making these Romans as they were larger than my work table and the Romo Black Edition fabric was difficult to work with ... .but I'm really happy with the finish and how delicate they look
Getting organised in the sweatshop!
Yellow & Grey Geometric cushions
Brown Velvet Cushions
A simple faux blind and pelmet with glass bead trim for my sister Annette's conservatory 💜
Simple triple pleat natural coloured linen curtains
These curtains are for A customer in Wallngford for his new house. Just finished and ready to be hung tomorrow.
This was a little project for my sister...hope she likes them
I loved making these rustic giant floor cushions...I came across a French flour sack and bought it would make a great starting point.
Lovely crisp fabric to work with on these two blinds. We thought two would give more flexibility than one large one.
Here are a collection of images from a job I did for my friend & Interior Designer Kellie of 'Kellie Sabie Homes & Gardens'
she wanted a fresh crisp relaxed look to the soft furnishings to compliment the style of her home. We chose linens, in neutral greys and cool whites for the hallway and her bedroom.