The Complete Book of Curtains and Drapes

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Overlook Press, 2004 - House & Home - 135 pages
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Her books have sold over 100,000 copies in the United States and her seminars across the country are always sold out. She¬'s the world¬'s foremost authority on window treatments, and her name is Caroline Wrey. The New York Times wrote, ¬“To Lady Caroline, diamonds are not a girl¬'s best friend, but table clamps, Velcro, and a staple gun are.¬”

Combining her skill as an accomplished seamstress, an artistic eye that takes a dim view of boring curtains, and her experience as a teacher, The Complete Book of Curtains and Drapes is the definitive book on the creation of this most vital element of interior design, inspiring both beginners and experts to create luxurious living environments.

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Contents

CREATING THE PERFECT L00K
7
MATERIALS AND TRIMMINGS
17
BEF0RE Y0U BEGIN
29
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Lady Caroline Wrey began her own business designing curtains and drapes in 1982. She regularly travels all over Europe and the United States, lecturing and teaching three-day courses on window treatments.

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