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bamboo shades

Emily Oster

There are a several design elements that I truly love and can see having/wanting in my home for a long time to come. Thus far I have posted about my love for spindle beds - see this round up and this special collaborative post I did with Bradshaw Kirchofer,  sheep skins - so soft and such great texture, and brass animal figurines - they just make me happy and they add a little bling to a room. Today, I want to add one more to the list - bamboo shades. They aren't necessarily the most exciting design element but they are functional (although I do say leave windows unobstructed whenever possible), work great at tying multiple wood tones together and add amazing texture to a room. I especially like them when they are paired with curtains and hung outside of the window frame to create the illusion of a larger window. Here are a few examples. 

1. Shea McGee Design  2.source unknown  3. via Lonny design by Chloe Warner  4. via Lonny design by Mark D. Sikes  5. home of Ione Skye featured in Domino  6. via House Beautiful design by Steven Gambrel  7. Nate Berkus' duplex featured in Architectural Digest  8. home of Jamie Meares featured in Lonny

1. Shea McGee Design  2.source unknown  3. via Lonny design by Chloe Warner  4. via Lonny design by Mark D. Sikes  5. home of Ione Skye featured in Domino  6. via House Beautiful design by Steven Gambrel  7. Nate Berkus' duplex featured in Architectural Digest  8. home of Jamie Meares featured in Lonny