Slim-line trees decorated in burgundy, gold and shades of green illuminate each of the home’s four front windows. Arlene Rogers doesn’t use
tree-toppers because she believes they compete with the crown molding and
draperies. She places trees beneath the window
treatment so their tips just fit beneath the draperies’ swags.
Slim-line trees decorated in burgundy, gold and shades of green illuminate each of the home’s four front windows. Arlene Rogers doesn’t use tree-toppers because she believes they compete with the crown molding and draperies. She places trees beneath the window treatment so their tips just fit beneath the draperies’ swags.
Photo by Maura Friedman .
published Friday, November 29th, 2013
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