Bursting with a bountiful harvest of delectable fruits, the Fruitful Harvest Kitchen and Dining Collection is the perfect simplistic style to help you create ‘A Home Like No Other.’ From table linens to centerpieces and window treatments to rugs, this collection is sure to usher a season of plenty into your home.
Begin with a lovely slubbed oatmeal tablecloth designed by Touch of Class® that features contour edges and embroidered grapes, pears, and apples. Complete the tabletop look with coordinating table runners, napkins, and placemats. Continue the theme to your centerpiece decorations with the Tuscan Fruit Centerpiece Bowl and Candleholder Pair. Featuring grapes, pears, apples, and strawberries, these exclusively designed decorative accents are the perfect complement to the table linens.
Why stop at decorating the table? Add some cushion underfoot with a hand-tufted and handcarved wool rug with solid colors and coordinating fruit borders. Available in almond or sage, the exclusive Fruitful Rugs have a shape perfect for your kitchen needs: choose from rectangle, runner, round, and slice sizes.
Round off the harvest with accents to dress up the windows and glass doors leading to the deck or patio. The embroidered Fruitful Window Treatments come in a variety of exclusive styles—including curtains, tiers, and valances—that will leave guests with an everlasting impression of nature’s bounty.
Even if you can’t live like a pampered starlet from Old Hollywood, your window treatment can be just as luxe as you please! Give your favorite drapes the royal treatment with one of these elegant updates.
1) String panel or lace sheer
Hang an Austrian-style string panel or a delicate lace curtain beneath your drapes and let the sunlight filter dreamily into your boudoir.
2) Tassel tiebacks
Use tassel tiebacks to gather curtains back at the sides. Jeweled tiebacks give your window treatment an opulent touch.
3) Post- or hook-style curtain holdbacks
If you don’t have traditional fabric or tassel tiebacks, consider decorative wall-mounted holdbacks. Gather the panels behind holdback hooks or drape them over post-style holdbacks.
4) Decorative curtain rod
Replace that utilitarian curtain rod with something glitzier—like a drapery rod with faceted finials that catch the light.
A cornice valance set gives a tailored, layered look to your window. The valance set consists of a center and two side swags, typically with 1.5″ rod pockets. To hang the three-piece cornice valance set, you will need a double rod or two single rods.
Watch the video below to learn how to easily hang the valance set.
Click here to view our selection of cornice valances, including the Chalet Bleu Cornice Valance Set.
A grommet valance is the epitome of simple, chic style. If you’re fond of this valance style, but you need a refresher on how to hang the valance, just check out the short video below. Learn the materials you need and how to easily style the grommet valance.
Click here to view our selection of grommet valances, including the Camden Valance in the video.
Empire valances are suitably named with their regal appearance and elegant drape. If your window treatment is looking drab rather than royal, consider this type of valance, along with matching or complementary curtains. Don’t be daunted by this lavish style; the how-to video below describes what tools you need, the measurements to take, and how to style an empire valance.
Click here to view our selection of beautiful empire valances, and get inspired to create a refined, palatial look on your window.
Do you love the elegant, draped look of a tuck valance but aren’t sure how to hang or style it? Start by watching the short video below! The video features a step-by-step tutorial, including the type of rod to use, what measurements to take, and how to style the valances. Soon, you’ll be ready to create a gorgeous look on your window.
The lavish, polyester satin valances shown in this video are from the Portia ensemble. Click here to view the Portia Tuck Valances.