I have this idea for a window treatment, but I don't know if it is plausible. So that is where you sewing people come in. Tell me if this will work.
I have 2 windows that are awkward for curtains. One is behind the sofa, the other has a radiator (covered) under it. Standard length curtains are too bulky and never fit right. And short curtains look weird. Plus, we are over the tie back look.
What I want to do is use something like a table runner to create streamlined panels that will go on either side of the windows. I can stitch some ribbon loops onto the back so they can hang off the curtain rod.
Here is where it gets tricky.....
I want some pops of color in the room....and I was sort of thinking of changing the pop of color seasonally....burnt orange in the fall, red for winter, etc.
I want to create an interchangable panel that will attach to the runner.....probably in the middle, so you can see it....and change it out each season. I am thinking hidden snaps or buttons.
Does that make any sense, and how hard is that to do???
Here is the runner I am looking at as a maybe. It might be too beige and not grey enough though. But I like the pattern: http://www.linenhero.com/products/view/beige-mojo-table-runner