5 of Our Favorite Bedroom Projects in Chattanooga

May 16, 2022

Your bedroom should be a place you go to relax and rejuvenate. It should feel like a luxurious retreat. The window coverings and other soft goods you choose for your bedroom can influence that feeling and affect the way you sleep each night.

The key to choosing the perfect window treatments for bedrooms in your Chattanooga area home is versatility. You want to select a product that offers light control, noise reduction, and privacy. But you also want window coverings that allow natural light to flood into the room during the day or offer you an unobstructed view of the sun setting over the mountain tops.

No matter what you want out of your bedroom window treatments, we can help you find the right option that looks great and meets your every need. Today, we wanted to share just a few of our favorite bedroom designs to inspire your next project.

Stunning Guest Bedrooms in Red Bank New Build

The owner of this new build in Red Bank, Tennessee asked us to design draperies for her two guest bedrooms. The home already had blinds installed, so she was not concerned about privacy or light control. Because of that, we chose to fabricate stationary drapery panels, which cannot be opened or closed. The three-finger French pleat we decided on looks timeless, especially when combined with the neutral color palettes of each guest bedroom.

The back guest bedroom includes pops of green, and we wanted to keep all the focus on the bedding. So we fabricated a bed scarf with a three-inch Espadrille woven border from Samuel and Sons in “Oliva.” The border adds a hint of green to the neutral bed scarf and ties it into the pillows. For the draperies, we chose a neutral fabric from Thibaut and added a Samuel and Son’s Espadrille cord as the leading edge. Because the cord is the same color as the bed scarf border, we were able to tie the draperies into the room’s overall color scheme.

The front guest bedroom included pops of navy and mustard yellow pulled from the unique piece of artwork hanging over the bed. Not only did we want to incorporate those colors, but we also wanted to include the leopard’s spots. So we chose Carole Fabrics’ Kicked Stones in “Canyon” for the bed scarf. We then trimmed it in First Novel (also from Carole Fabrics) in “Navy” for a polished look. For the draperies, we color-matched the fabric to the wall. But we still wanted to add visual interest and tie the window treatments into the rest of the room. So we chose color-blocked drapery in a floored variety.

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Repurposing Fabric for an Upcycled Custom Project

We love being able to repurpose fabric into another type of soft good. So we were thrilled when this North Chattanooga homeowner asked us to reuse their old bedroom set in their new home’s guest bedroom.

The draperies that matched the bedding were not long enough for the new room. So we used them to create custom bolster pillows. There was enough of the drapery fabric leftover after fabricating the pillows that we were able to use it as piping on the window seat cushion. We absolutely love how the homeowner has turned their cozy window seat nook into a playful corner for their grandchildren.

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Primary Bedroom in Jasper Highlands Transformed into a Luxury Retreat

The owners of this Jasper Highlands home asked us to design custom bedding and draperies for their primary bedroom. We drew inspiration from their color scheme of whites, soft grays, and a touch of metallic to create a serene space in the room.

For the bed scarf, we used fabric from Ballard Designs to add warmth and a splash of color to otherwise neutral bedding. We added taupe cording from Carole Fabrics for a finished, polished look. To create balance on the bed, we used the same Ballard Designs fabric on the custom pillow sham, adding the taupe fabric as the flange.

The homeowners wanted a sophisticated, elegant look for their draperies. So we designed three-finger Euro pleat drapery panels with the same Ballard Designs fabric. The finished product adds a sense of drama and perfectly frames their gorgeous mountain views. By using the same material on all three soft goods, we were able to create a unified look that really pulls the design together.

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Primary Bedroom Drapery for a Relaxing Retreat in Black Creek

The owners of this home in the Black Creek neighborhood in Chattanooga, Tennessee asked us to design draperies for their primary bedroom. We chose Spring Sprig in “Twig” from Carole Fabrics to complement the existing decor. The neutral background of the fabric makes the room feel refreshing and relaxing. And the embroidery detail adds texture and ties the draperies into the gold details used elsewhere in the room. The leading edge trim is Carole Fabrics’ Red Hot velvet in “Mushroom,” which adds dimension and unexpected texture to the drapery panels.

We added an interlining to the draperies, so the light does not filter through. This prevents the colors of the fabric from being distorted and adds room-darkening capabilities. To enhance the room-darkening properties, we installed the draperies on a French return rod. A French return rod allows draperies to hang against the wall, preventing light from seeping in through the sides of your window. It’s also a low-profile hardware option, so it will not obstruct the homeowner’s unique view of Lookout Mountain.

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Primary Bedroom with a View in Jasper Highlands

The owners of this rustic, modern home in Jasper Highlands had a dilemma when it came to choosing window coverings for their primary bedroom. They wanted something that offered room-darkening capabilities for a better night’s sleep, but they did not want their window treatments to block the view out of their big picture window during the day.

We designed custom Euro pleated draperies hung on minimal hardware that left the entire window exposed when the window coverings were opened. The pleats richen the look of the minimalist fabric we chose and flow nicely with this upscale home that feels like a mountain retreat.

For the sidewall, we fabricated a custom Roman shade in the same fabric as the draperies. We knew that installing draperies on both walls would have been too heavy and bunched in the corner. The Roman shade offers the same room-darkening capabilities but makes the corner of the room feel more open.

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Did one of the bedrooms featured here inspire you? We would be thrilled to design custom window coverings for your bedroom in Chattanooga, NashvilleAtlanta, or Knoxville. Schedule your complimentary consultation today!