I have a ‘drapery look book’ which is basically a binder filled with torn pages from magazines that I show my clients when we are designing a window covering. They can see what the header looks like–anything from a traditional pinched pleat to a ‘top’ pinched pleat (which is more contemporary) to a grommet treatment, and so on. This is the first page of my book. I have always loved the casual heading and the way they puddle on the floor. I’m going to send this post to one of my clients because I think this is exactly what he should do in his loft at the Renaissance Quay in New Westminster.
I have no idea which magazine it came out of long ago but the woman in this image is an artist, Anh Duong standing in her west village loft.
Since we just had this conversation in my last post that included a piece of art by Rothko and the direction he went later in his life (you’ll have to read the comments to understand what I’m talking about), I’m amazed that this post just led me to this question when all I wanted to do in the first place was show you this drapery!!
Well dear readers? Have you ever bought a piece of art that is melancholy or dark feeling? Tell us why? I’d love your thoughts. . .