LISA GALLETTI Designs
DRAPERIES, ROMAN SHADES, AND VALANCES
Closed. Blackout lining provided badly needed sun control for this arched window.
Detail of pleats in arched portion of window--a template was made to fabricate these pleats
Inverted Pleat Drapery
Beautiful when open, too....
Drapery stacks to one side to clear door and maximize light coming into the room.
Mountain cabin--draperies with contrast leather banding and leather tassel tiebacks.
Updated draperies and pillows transformed the room.
Contrast stitch detail with leather banding on drapery.
Beautiful leather tieback.
Asymmetrical drapery with holdback
The large angled windows provided a light control problem for this client. A beautiful contemporary fabric & blackout lining was selected. This fabric provided texture and warmth to this modern space.
Draperies for a bay window.
Grommet drapery with double rod, sheers with stationary side panel. Harmony Interiors
Drapery for a log home. Mountain Log Homes and Interiors.
Grommet draperies. Harmony Interiors
Drapery stacks into a small space and lets in lots of light.
Project completed for Mountain Log Homes and Interiors, Frisco, CO.
Two stationary drapery panels, two stories high, transformed the space.
Stationary draperies with contrast band and trim. A beautiful Ralph Lauren fabric was selected for the body of the drapery. A cutout was made for the stone fireplace.
Fun drapery with contrast tabs for the grandkid's room.
South west facing entertainment room. Sun here in the mountains can be very intense! Blackout lining helped to provide light control when viewing the television.
Roman shades on the patio doors look great. Beautiful brown and teal braided trim on the valances and teal accent pillows helped to unify the space.
Hobbled shades project for Harmony Interiors, Frisco, CO
Inverted pleat valances.
Inside mount roman shades
Roman shades for Harmony Interiors.
Before. Project for Harmony Interiors, Frisco, CO.
After. Relaxed roman shade valances cover the motorized shades.
Shaped upholstered cornice with cording on bottom edge
Cornice helps to unify the space with many windows and doors.
Before. Light and glare was a problem as a result of this large arched window in a bedroom.
After. Sheer fabric with a beautiful embroidered drapery treatment, blocks excessive light and glare.
Arched cornice completely hides a screen shade when rolled up. Mountain Log Homes and Interiors.
Finishing touch--fabric pleat with nail head trim
The cornices were designed with a unique arched shape at the top. The cornices hide motorized shades when up. Mountain Log Homes and Interiors.
UPHOLSTERY, CUSHIONS, BEDDING AND MORE
Before,Victorian Fainting Couch.
After-Victorian Fainting Couch. This piece has been in the client's family for generations.
Custom built -in seating area with 4" thick high density foam cushions. In this nook, an extra sleeping and play area for the grandkids was created, as well as storage under the cushions.
Banquette seating in a contemporary home.
Detail of back cushion.
This headboard was updated with new upholstered fabric insets and new nailhead trim.
Colorful cushions & pillows help to make this space inviting and comfortable.
Cute little cushion made for a basket repurposed into an ottoman. The fabric's design motif was placed in the center with contrast fabric on the side and welt.
Lisa seached vendors to find this unique crinkle fringe, similar to the original on this one-of-a-kind antique.
This beautiful antique camelback was reupholstered top to bottom with new hand tied springs, down filled cushions and upholstery and bullion fringe.
New fabric transformed this bench.
Before...in the workroom
After--Huge transformation! Client will get another 20+ years of use from this chair. This chair was originally made in the U.S.---the frame is still solid; it was well-built with quality materials and construction.
Before. Fabric was worn and foam was so broken down and flat that the chair wasn't comfortable.
After. Beautiful new suede fabric on seat and contrast fabric on the back. These fabrics look great with the bark texture on the frame of this Old Hickory chair. Foam was replaced and chair is comfortable again. Old Hickory chairs have been made in Shelbyville, Indiana since 1899.
In the workroom.....Project is almost complete
This rocker had been in the family for generations. Still comfortable and functional, but fabric was very worn.
After. A beautiful fabric was selected for this special family heirloom.
Upholstered Headboard with nailhead trim for Victorian style room.
Pet bed--comfort and style!
Beautiful top down/bottom up woven wood shades.
Custom duette shades that completely stack at the top of the window when open.
Quality and care with each job!
Motorized woven wood blind with blackout liner.