Vogue Window FashionIn this Bridgewater NJ bedroom, Vignette windows worked well as they are designed to close and open effortlessly with an easy touch which means that you barely have to wake from your restful slumber to close the shades and sleep in just a little longer. In this setting, the side panels mounted on a traverse rod can be completely shut creating absolute blackout conditions when needed.
Vogue Window FashionThe Flatiron District is known for its contemporary architectural contributions to the New York City skyline. This neighborhood was the perfect place to incorporate the unique stylistic techniques that this luxury condo needed. Vogue Window Fashion took a custom-tailored approach in terms of outfitting this residence's windows. While the unit had various elements of Victorian art, it was also quite modern and reflected current design aesthetics. Ripplefold style sheer curtains were the best option to mix the worlds of contemporary and classic. Eclectic colors and distinct prints on the drapery brought this unit to life.
Vogue Window FashionIn the heart of New York City's Financial District, this transitional apartment moonlighted as a true home for these clients. Oftentimes, transitional residences receive less attention than forever homes, but Vogue aimed to bring about long-lasting artistry and comfort while styling this home. The Pinch Pleat drapes in both the sitting rooms, as well as the bedrooms, exuded elegance but also maintained privacy. The Roman Shades in the office allowed for natural sunlight to permeate the room. The sheers used throughout the entire space brought this traditional apartment full circle.
Vogue Window FashionNew York City's Soho is synonymous with swank, and this loft was no exception. The clients of this apartment already had an ultra contemporary theme with their furniture and overall styling, but needed window dressings to top it all off. Vogue Window Fashion decided to use Ripplefold style sheers to soften the fine lines and acute angles reflected by the rest of the decor in the unit. This juxtaposition made for an overall style that was both easy on the eyes but still exciting.