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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 Westfield: Backyard Pillow

Project Westfield: Backyard Pillow

Our client had a small remnant from one of her favourite fabrics and asked if we could make her a pillow. We squeezed out a cute little lumbar that brightens up her backyard and adds some support to her patio chairs. Isn't it sweet?

We love making pillows, they are so satisfying. Fill out the custom sewing form to start your pillow.

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Project BSW: Sneak Peek!

Project BSW: Sneak Peek!
We were thrilled when Brittany asked us to help her with her custom bench in her new interior design studio. We made her a custom foam box cushion that sits handsomely in the front entry. Continue reading

Project Osler: Drapery Alterations

Project Osler: Drapery Alterations

Did you know we do alterations as well? These drapes were beautifully made by another workroom but needed to be hemmed and have some width reduced.

Hemme to the rescue! We altered the panels and Dan installed them for the client on a double channel track hardware system. We love how the inverted pleats work with the fabrics she chose.

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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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