When Joanne and Rod Willis came to me for help with the windows in their amazing new home, I was excited and nervous by the challenge.  They wanted to start in their family room, breakfast area and kitchen.  They have a open floor plan space so that all of the spaces spill into one another, creative a big, airy, comfortable feel.  They had selected their paint colors and furnishings which are all very warm and inviting.  My challenge was to bring those humongous windows in their family room down to scale and to integrate the gorgeous view of their wooded backyard.  Check out the tremendous results:

View from below of the Willis' family room windows. I chose to do floor to ceiling panels to accentuate the height and size of the windows but also to soften the space with fabric.

View of one panel with their existing furniture. The blue green was pulled from the blue green sofa. The red banding ties the other colors in the room together.

One window in the breakfast area. We did the same blue green silk look without the banding.

Another view of the breakfast room.

In the kitchen we added the banding into the swags and bottoms of cascades.

View of kitchen and breakfast area together.