I came across some of these drapery tie-backs when I was in France two years ago and I knew they would be easy to make myself. So I purchased some large buttons, some ribbon and some magnets, and I was all set to make my own! Here are some of [...]
These are the homemade tiebacks my daughter made for her curtains. She already had metal holdbacks and all she did was wrap flowers and other floral pieces around the hold backs, but you could get away with not having any metal holdbacks and just tie a floral band around the curtain and pin the floral tieback to the wall hidden underneath so that you cannot see the pin. Another idea is to add tool to the flowers by pushing the flowers into the tool, and continue making your arrangement this…
thread bobbins as curtain holdbacks. Holdbacks are helpful at the sides of a sliding glass door, to keep the panels from being pulled outside when closing the door. And using a vintage bobbin is a terrific idea, because it has enough depth, as well as begging a story of how you found it.
Designer Nancy Lancaster added a dressing table in her bathroom, I love the window and the drapery, photography by Horst P. Horst As P Gaye Tapp little augury pointed out, this looks like it belongs in Rebecca De Winter's suite. Picture of Elegance Blog: A Lady’s Private Space