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Project Veitch House: A Sauble Beach vacation rental

Project Veitch House: A Sauble Beach vacation rental

This gorgeous beach house was one of our first big Hemme projects. From drapes to pillows, Mandy had a lot of fun pulling it together. But the highlight was swimming at the beach and sipping cocktails on the deck (all in a days work!).

It started with a site visit while this Scandi inspired home was still being built. We consulted on window treatments, fabric choices and did a check measure all in one visit. It evolved into a design consult for the main living area and then we went to work!

The kitchen was already in the works so we helped pull together the finishing touches through our design services. Just waiting on that backsplash tiled to be installed.

 Hemme Custom Drapes

Roman shade by Hemme Custom

The beautiful home is located around the corner from the famous beach, nestled into a cedar forest so keeping the materials light and natural was key to reflecting the outdoors. So we chose classic sandy linen drapes and subtly striped Romans shades.

Spencer shower curtain from Hemme

We installed our first readymade shower curtain in her bathroom, which is available in our new shop!

 Hemme Custom Pillows

With all the key elements being neutral, she wanted to punch up the personality with some boho pillows. We put together a fun scheme for her and she loves mixing and matching the pillows throughout the space.

Sauble Beach vacation rental bedroom

She wanted to keep the bedrooms calm and minimal but wanted to add in some colour, so we made custom king size quilts for each bed pulling from the pillow palette. Hey, we can make a lot of things! 

We are still working on the space and decorating the outdoor entertaining space in summer 2021. Here are more photos of this lovely home:

Hemme Pillow on a chair

Hemme Custom quilts

Hemme Drapery

Sauble Beach vacation rental

Sauble beach vacation rental designed by Hemme Custom

Sauble beach vacation rental designed by Hemme Custom

Hemme Custom shower curtain

Sauble beach vacation rental by Hemme Custom

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Project Gurnett: Embracing colour and pattern

Project Gurnett: Embracing colour and pattern

Every once in awhile you get a client who is not afraid of colour or pattern. A rare find! Stephanie, a fantastic art director (btw), was in the midst of renovating her new home and got in touch with Hemme. We first met up for a fabric consultation as the starting point (always start with fabric). During the lockdown, we would send her swatches through the mail and email her photos of fabrics that landed on our desk. We ALWAYS recommend that you see the fabric in the space.

Tropical palm leaf bed pillow

She chose this Kravet Majorelle Blush for her bedroom, bringing a tropical dose of to the space – in a modern way. We also made a coordinating bed lumbar pillow in the same fabric.

Here are a few shots of the work we have done with Stephanie. 

Painterly green floral drapes from Hemme Custom

Painterly green floral drapes from Hemme Custom

These beautiful green painterly floral drapes were made for her living room and completely changed the look of the space. We did contemporary flat panels and hung them tight to the ceiling, creating height in the room. 

 

This set of drapes – in a whimsical but modern bird print – were hung in her home office. 

Blue and White Roman Shade by Hemme Custom

One of our favourite sources for fabrics is Schumacher and we love this Abstract Leaf pattern for her bathroom.

Green and white Roman Shade by Hemme Custom

A Roman shade is a great way to showcase a special fabric, and you don't need a lot of yardage so it keeps the costs down. We love the green and white feather print paired with the black and white palette offset with the natural wood door. 

Striped Roman shade by Hemme Custom

A pretty striped Roman shade plays well with the area rug in this walk-in closet.

Upholstered Chair Makeover by Hemme Custom

Stephanie had this chair with great bones but it was worn. She chose this lively green and yellow leaf pattern to work with the rest of her home and fabric choices. Everything is looking so good! We love working with Stephanie!

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Project Ferncroft: Stationary "Faux" Drapes

Project Ferncroft: Stationary "Faux" Drapes

Drapery comes in all sorts of styles, but did you know you can do "faux" drapes? We are talking about drapes that are purely decorative and do not need to function or cover the window. If you already have a shade or have no need for privacy in a certain window, a stationary drape will finish the look and save the cost of extra yardage. 

Here is a shot of the floor clearance, we always want to get the details just right! 

That goes for hardware installation as well, our installer Dan is checking that the rod is installed at the exact right height. 

 

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Project Pearson: Progress shots

Project Pearson: Progress shots
It started with the beautiful drapery fabric and went from there! We helped our client choose fabric for pillows, a dining bench and multiple window treatments. We also helped her source paint and wallpaper (we are not your average workroom!).  Continue reading

Project Northfield: Breezy Bungalow

Project Northfield: Breezy Bungalow

It was such a joy to work on this project, not only because our client's home is gorgeous but because she was our first drapery client! We made her off-white double pinch drapery panels (quickly becoming a Hemme signature style) for her living and dining room. She paired them with rattan shades creating a stunning combination. That's how you dress a window! 

She carried the look over to her dining room, giving the open floor plan a cohesive look.

With all the light and breezy elements, the simple black hardware frames the windows and adds some dimension. Well done!

We would love to help you with your drapery, fill out the drapery form to get started.

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Project Chestnut Hill: Install Day!

Project Chestnut Hill: Install Day!

Our partner, Elegant Installations just finished installing these gorgeous drapes (note Dan's tools in the corner!). Our client chose off-white double pinch pleat drapes on a traverse rod (also known as a channel track). This style of hardware looks like a traditional drapery rod but has a channel built-in so your drapes glide effortlessly. It also allows you to hang heavier drapes across a large window with multiple brackets to support the weight. It is one of our top styles of hardware!

Isn't this dining room absolutely stunning?!

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