Monthly Archives: March 2011

Bespoke Too Soon // The Work of Audrey Sterk

  We keep stumbling upon incredible female talents here. We recently had the opportunity to cross paths with designer and artist, Audrey Sterk. A design crush was instantly formed. We first fell in love with her decorative tri-fold screens, shown below.     After years spent designing innovative murals and wall coverings, Audrey recently launched […]

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Megan Geckler // On Our Radar

Last year, we came to learn of the imaginative site-specific work of Los Angeles-based artist, Megan Geckler. Geckler creates one-of-a-kind (custom, if you will) installations using flagging tape – a plastic ribbon typically used by construction workers. Her exhibit, “Every step you take, every move you make” was on display at the The Pasadena Museum […]

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Truth Windows: A Conversation Piece

Recently we’ve come to explore some creative ways to use window treatments. Today, we stumble upon truth windows, openings in a wall’s surface, created to reveal the layers or components within the wall. Their primary use is to show what the structure is actually made from – typically used in strawbale houses. Truth windows were […]

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Out of The Box // Window Treatments Know No Boundaries

It inspires us to see unpredictable uses for window treatments come through our in-boxes from various designers and friendly customers. It keeps the wheels turning for more unconventional design solutions that our products can achieve.   Here’s just a couple great ideas from our latest portfolio: from Airstreams to indoor pools!   In what ways […]

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Green Shades for St. Patricks Day

The 250th St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City took place yesterday and it was a beautiful day for it. We’re still trying to get the green hues in our vision back to normal. Alas, this pressed us to take a look at some current trends in shades with an inspired and colored spirit. […]

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