Interior design by Micah Abbannato

Roman Shades

3 Things to Know About Roman Shades While cord lock (pooling cords as shade is raised) operation is standard, upgrading to a clutch (beaded, looped chain) is a worthy upgrade for shades that will receive daily use. Some styles of roman shades function best as decorative, not functional treatments. From hobbled to our most popular […]

Twin Bridges

Twin Bridges

Starting with a neutral base of linen roman shades for privacy & room darkening the drapery panels are the statement piece of this project. Using a modern Ikat in the bedroom we kept the tones cool and restful. The dining spaces red Jacobean floral drapery plays well off the Mackenzie Childs accents in the space.


Heritage Hills Tudor

A Tudor style home tucked in the heart of a historic neighborhood gets a traditionally modern update with soft bottom roman shades and a neutral floral drapery panels with a hint of metallic. The french rods add a simple, clean look to the treatment.

The Greens

The Greens

An earthy base with plenty of shots of color gives a subtle nod to mid century. More contemporary pleating styles in dining and sitting keep these drapery more streamlined. The little girls bedroom, however introduces lots of whimsy with one of detailing on the drapery panel bottom, and banding across the valance of the roman […]

Oak Tree

A tight, primarily neutral color palette is anything but boring when paired with a variety of textures and materials. The unusual horizontal texture to the neutral linen base woven in with flecks of silver metallic give these black out drapery panels plenty of interest. The roman shades in the office provide a pop of color […]

West Edmond

Clean lines with the right blend of texture and pattern for plenty of warmth in these custom window treatments.