Many homes have glass slider doors, including our "home" here at perch. in New Orleans.
We did not choose to have these ugly doors that lead to out to a charming courtyard.
The glass is a mess, and never comes clean. Shop dog Girl barks at customers she sees when she's out sunning in the courtyard. So it was time to make some drapes!
Fabric master Jack chose a 100% cotton print from Duralee. He decided on this big paisley print to enliven the pale green walls, and give the whole room a lift. He chose a classic traverse rod, so we can easily open the drapes when we need access to the courtyard.
The room is staged and styled with the perch. mix of contemporary, vintage, and antique furnishings and accessories.
The Stacy Garcia wall paper has a feather like fern pattern in a citrus green, and Jack thought the citrus paisley of the Duralee fabric he used for the drapes echoed and complimented this motif. We love how you can see the new drapes and the the wallpaper as you walk through the rooms.
This is good time to take care of any window treatments you have have been putting off doing.
perch. is having a sale on all designer fabric from our extensive selection in our fabric room, and a sale on the labor too. Call Jack Mayberry at 504 899 -2122.