Friday, April 6, 2012

Jewelry for your Windows


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Have you had to buy
new drapery hardware lately?

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If not, you are in for a real treat.

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It's like standing in a candy store
trying to pick your favorite flavor
as the
drool 
is running down 
your chin.

Seriously!



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There are so many amazing 
and gorgeous choices out there.
You just have to decide what your
style is and how much you want to spend.

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Check out these lovely
pieces of window jewelry
and tell me your thoughts.


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Is there
anything here that 
delights your senses?



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16 comments:

MarmePurl said...

Just what I was looking for. Perfect.

The French Hutch said...

As a matter of fact Alison I did buy new hardware for my kitchen about two years ago. It helped that I knew what I wanted. I see a lot of new looks here. I love these new designs, gorgeous. Decisions, decisions! It's good I don't have to make one……….
Have a delightful weekend, Happy Easter.

~Emily
The French Hutch

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Alison, these are some great designs! I wouldn't be able to decide! I'm saving these for future reference! Thanks for sharing!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

I see quite a few that I like Alison! I actually have similar ones in my dining room just like the acorn ones in your first pic. Have a wonderful Easter!

Karen said...

Hi Alison,
I don't have curtains in my house...I know it seems weird but we live in So. California and our home is fairly private as far as exposure. I might have to find a window or two to put curtains on since this hardware is so pretty. I had no idea there was such great accessories for windows out there.
Have a wonderful Easter.
Karen

FABBY'S LIVING said...

I don't have curtains per-se in my house anymore. We have gorgeous Hunter Douglass shades, we didn't want to have the material kind, that are usually filled with dust and hubby and grand girls are allergic...but we're loving the fresh, more modern look! I always loved the hardware for window rods. Yours are gorgeous! HAPPY EASTER AND MANY BLESSINGS for you, pretty POLO HOUSE lady.
FABBY

Sarah said...

Gorgeous, Alison. It would be a difficult decision. ;-)
Happy Easter ~ sarah

Richard Cottrell said...

Happy Easter Bunny Hop. Go ahead and hide the eggs without me, I am running late! You are the bomb! Richard from My Old Historic House.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh there are so many beautiful designs and some of them are very expensive, but they do add the fabulous bling that you need. You show some wonderful choices. Hugs, Marty

AntiqueChase said...

I don't have one drape in the entire house... don't you dare make me think I need drapes now :)

LOL

Hope you are having a WONDERFUL weekend and thinking of you every time I see my lovely olive bucket.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

What gorgeous curtain hardware, Alison. Details truly make a difference, don't they!

Super post.

xo,
RJ

Designs By Pinky said...

I will be shopping for wondow jewelry soon, as we are building a new home soon!!!! Wonderful, beautiful choices here. I wish you a beautiful, blessed Easter. XO, Pinky

Savvy Seasons said...

Happy Easter, Alison!! Beautiful, all of them! Have a blessed day! xo ~Liz

Barbara Bussey {The Treasured Home} said...

Very nice! I like some of the black and gold styles you've shown. For our house, a simple, classic oil rubbed bronze works great. I've never seen rods with that filagree business in the middle of the rod! Good heavens!

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Such great bling for the windows...it is amazing how much variety and beauty there is today for drapery hardware...beautiful selections!

Waldemar Bureau said...

Hm. Those should add some style and flair to any window treatment, no doubt about that. They'd look best if the windows are fairly large as well, as the whole look would have a grandiose touch to it.