Monday, January 17, 2011

Try Again

 

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High Fives & Hugs,

TamStyles

22 comments:

Sing said...

I like the blue too.

Dayka (Life +Style) said...

if you want to keep the blu but want them longer, what about adding a border to the bottom (something that would go with your color scheme)? The panel were so cheap, i'd hate for you to not be able to use them!

The Degenerate Scholar said...

I think I tried these exact curtains from Target against my Iced Cube Silver walls...it wasn't happening. The color was too much contrast and the panels didn't hang correctly. But I do love this color and I hope to be able to integrate it into my home.

Pamela Rosenberg said...

Well, look at it this way, at least you've narrowed down your options and know what you don't want. :)
I am curious what you use to format your "paint chip" palate. I am starting a new feature called color of the week and I want to be able to show different palates to go with that color. Suggestions?
Pam

Jasmine said...

I agree with Dayka, if you've got a sewing machine or a friend who knows how to sew adding a border could be a great way to customize it and make it your own. ;)

I'm feeling the blue.

Colleen said...

I personally think rich jewel tones are whats up this year.

purple...a rich purple is more up my alley, so to speak. Blue is ok...but a regal purple is divine.

classic • casual • home said...

I really like your inspiration apple. And your gorgeous rug.

classic • casual • home said...

PS. Don't you love it when you can return something when it doesn't work? Following you now :)
Mary Ann

Just A Girl said...

Try their website, sometimes they ha e the longer lengths website only.

Tia Brumbelow said...

I like the blue too! Something about it just stands out in the room, but compliments everything else too.

Joi said...

I am loving blue right now. You could always hem them!

New York State of Mom said...

I actually like the blue but you're right longer would be so classy, maybe an iridescent fabric with those 2 underlying colors would give you an unexpected shine.

Sally J said...

Adding a border is a perfect solution to a too-short panel. Matching the weight of the fabric is the only important thing to remember. I'm sure someone as creative as you will have no problem coming up with a great solution. Love your rug, BTW

oohboutique.com said...

I love it!

avant garde design said...

i love the pop of color the blue adds as well, and i'm with you, i love super long, drippy to the floor curtain panels. they always look rich and elegant. nice!

Heather said...

I love the blue! Fun color and something different.

Diamonds Pearls and Crazy in the world of Barbie Jones said...

LOVE

Mr. Goodwill Hunting said...

I agree with Dayka and Jasmine. If the color fits well, maybe consider a border. Drapes can be so hard to come by on the "inexpensive." Perhaps you could put two together and do a border in the middle to tie them together...yea/no?

Mr. GoodwillHunting

TamStyles said...

I think I am going to just order some from another company. I do like the blue, but something about them was just not rigady right.

TamStyles said...

@PAMELA I cant find your email address.

@coleen I am not a "purple" person. So that color would not last long at all.

@mr GWH i cant see the vision in my head. More like what you did? I really want to keep the panels simple. One color, because of the rug. I dont want to many patters all over the place.

Renegade Behavior said...

I think you could add a border in black and it would pick up on the rug color and tie everything together : )

Brown Birdy said...

I think that to find them w the pooling of fabric on the floors you will either have to pay a ton or have them made/make them. I say hit up the fabric store and make some!