It’s a Beautiful, but cold day here in Indy and the sun is shining on this gorgeous drapery install today. I just love all the finishing touches happening at my Delaware project. #mbdesigns#interiordesign#drapery#details
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If you need a little WOW factor added to your space, @interioralternativesdesign is your gal to call! Love her boldness in this drapery design we fabricated and installed for her client!
@loriweitzner pattern Cortina T9054/02 gives the illusion of metallic embroidery but is actually created with a multi-step print and burnout technique. This linen textile is lovely at the window, where light illuminates its circular voids, or it can be layered with another fabric for contrast. Available in 2 colorways.
Love this kids room designed by @melissalenoxdesign using our navy #shagreen pattern to trim the drapery and roman shades. What a fun way to add texture without overwhelming this calm space. And the colors are 👌🏻| for samples of this or any of our fabrics contact [email protected] or your local showroom rep!! #marescatextiles
I posted a picture of this room a while back but it was taken in the dark and the lighting was awful so I'm trying again because I just love it so much! We were on site installing some other pieces in a different room and I had to sneak in and snap this one. The whole downstairs is almost finished! Love this project and this adorable family. ❤️
The identity of the sitter in this portrait by John Baptiste de Medina (1659-1710) is presently unknown but the large scale and highly decorative quality suggests that the portrait was commissioned by a wealthy individual. Medina enojoyed particular success in Scotland, and Medina was persuaded to relocate to Edinburgh by George Melville, 1st Earl of Melville and his network of influential Scottish aristocrats. In 1706 Medina was knighted; he was one of the last Scottish knights to be honoured before the Act of Union was passed in 1707 joining Scotland with England and Wales as the United Kingdom. Oil on canvas; 75 x 44 in (190.5 x 111.8 cm) #johnbaptistedemedina #1700 #antiqueportrait#historicalportrait#drapery#britishart#detail#decorative#vibrant
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Another fascinating facet of what glass can offer as a medium. Translucent marvel @psartmuseum by Karen LaMonte.
Reclining Nude 2 (2016)