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Dining room windows

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Budget-Friendly Living Room Window Treatments

Living room window treatments featuring budget-friendly cordless woven shades and linen cotton curtains, paired with black curtain rods.

Full-height windows give this cottage’s relaxed dining room the feeling of eating al fresco. | Photographer: Stacey Brandford | Designer: Sarah Richardson Design

Full-height windows give this cottage’s relaxed dining room the feeling of eating al fresco. | Photographer: Stacey Brandford | Designer: Sarah Richardson Design

House Tour: An Artistic Home in South Africa | Apartment Therapy

Name: Gawie and Karen and their children, Mila and Gabriel Location: Cape Town City Bowl, South Africa Size: 600 square meters (6,458 square feet) Years lived in: 5 years; Owned Karen and Gawie share their beautiful two-story home with their two teenage children. Nestled on the slopes of Table Mountain, this magnificent home has a lush garden and incredible views across Cape Town to the sea. Architect Wynand Wilsenach designed their house and Karen took care of the decorating.

Everhem Window Treatments - Lauren Lane

The two questions I get most about our home are what paint color we used and where we found our window treatments. The paint is Benjamin Moore Classic Grey. Finding quality blinds and curtains is hard and expensive, but in my opinion such a worthwhile investment because you use them every day and they can...

Remodeled Large Generic Georgia House Photos | Apartment Therapy

Name: Catherine Leavitt, husband, and three boys: James, 8, Henry, 6, and Elliot, 3Location: Alpharetta, Georgia (a northern suburb of Atlanta)Type of home: HouseSize: 4,800 square feetYears lived in: 1 year, owned Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: My husband and I love old homes—the first home we bought was a 100-year-old Dutch colonial. When we moved to Atlanta little over a year ago, most of the homes we found were built in the 1990s.