A modern kitchen diner extension to a beautiful period cotswold stone house needed the large 5m wide folding doors softening, as well as something to take the blackness of night away without using heavy drapes.
Floor to ceiling linen effect sheer voiles were used on a ceiling mounted track, with a beautifully simple wave heading to ensure the wide curtains stacked back neatly during the day. The large window next to it received the same window treatment, but just to the sill.
This beautiful fabric, called Cow Parsley, by local designer Charlotte Macey, gives this stunning kitchen makeover the perfect finish.
The roman blind over the sink has been set slightly higher above the shallow depth window to give the illusion that the window is bigger from the inside, whilst the dining window is set into the deep recess. Both supplied on traditional wooden battens, with black cleat and acorn to match the window hardware.
To help soften up the edges of this new build triple aspect living room, blinds and curtains were chosen in a classic bird print fabric.
Care was taken to ensure the roman blinds overlapped at the sides to ensure no light gaps were visible when looking face on, and the pleats exactly lined up.
Roman blinds are on a classic wooden batten with cord, and curtains are lined with a triple pleat heading.