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Hunter Douglas Provenance Drapery

Hunter Douglas Provenance Drapery


Stacked Provenance Drapes

Stacked Provenance Drapes

Draperies are a part of the current design trends. In order to provide a fresh look, many companies are updating the materials used, so that they don’t have that “my grandma’s drapes” look. In the photos,see one of the latest additions to the trend. It is the Hunter Douglas Provenance Woven Draperies. Also available in roman shades and roller shades, these natural woven materials are fantastic for people searching for an organic look for their space. They can be ordered with various linings, for privacy or room darkening or insulation. The ones pictured here are semi-sheer. They will help block the intense morning light and provide some sense of privacy and give more insulation than previously. The valances are sleek and are done in addition. The headrail track is the same one used for the Skyline Gliding Panels, and is a viable option to show for those with a more contemporary design.

The Hunter Douglas Skyline Headrail System

The Hunter Douglas Skyline Headrail System

As usual, there are about 7,465,273 choices, give or take a few million, for your window coverings. With that many choices, please hire someone you trust to help narrow them down.

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