Wednesday, January 25, 2012

New Curtains

My Wilmington Multi fabric came last week and I LOVE it! When it arrived I instantly got started on my curtains. Here is my kitchen window before the new light fixture and window treatments:


And here it is now:


I love the simple changes.

10 comments:

Wendy (SpikesnSparkles) said...

I love it! The colors in the fabric add so much life to the window nook, and the new light fixture is so much prettier!

Andrea @ Decorating Cents said...

The fabric adds some color to the space! I like it.

Danielle said...

That is the cutest! Love your choices! That nook is sure something special - with the curve in the ceiling and such a big window over the sink. Love it all!

Brittany said...

Oh I love the color of that fabric. Such a perfect combination!

Andrea @ Strawberry Chic said...

Looks awesome! If your interested, I'm pretty sure I saw some throw pillows at TJ Maxx in that same fabric...I can't remember the price, but I'm sure they were pretty inexpensive.

Ashley said...

I love it!!! you are so talented you will have to come over to my place and finish all of the projects that I have started. OH and I love the pictures of Emree

Katy said...

Just the right touch! Great fabric! I hope to have big windows like that in our next place (next year). Our kitchen windows now are the long, skinny kind that either require a valance or roman-shade type idea - I'd like to do a roman shade but just don't feel like spending the extra money or rigging a faux version that won't be up long. So we have bare windows. I like when I can just do a simple curtain rod with panels!

Elisa @ What the Vita said...

Looks great with the brown walls! I have the same fabric as curtains in my nursery and I love it every time I see it :)

Melissa said...

It looks wonderful! Love the new fabric!!

Roxie Tenner said...

It looks splendid, Amber! The color, the design and the size fit your kitchen window perfectly, especially when doing the dishes, you need as much light as possible. At night, you could just close them for privacy. All in all, great job in putting this up.

Roxie Tenner @ Windo Treatments Philadelphia