Today I an taking the opportunity to re-post my Disney Window post. I had fun with this one and I just wanted to revisit it. -Enjoy-
Recently, my hubby came home for a 2 week vacation and we took the kids
to Florida. More specifically, we took them to Disney World. I have to
admit, I was shocked to find all sorts of window coverings lurking
around the Magic Kingdom. And once I was tuned in, I couldn't look
These were the first curtains that caught my eye, a cute little eyelet
cafe curtain with a scooped and pleated top. You can find these at
Casey's on Main Street.
These next ones were in one of the gift shops, they are another
cafe-ring style, but instead of pleats they have a double gathered
header. I am quite interested in these.
There were also a takes on Austrian shade valances, below they topped it
with a double rod pocket sheer. I liked seeing the combo of the 2
There was a bit of tassels being used. I am sure this was intentional
as Main Street USA was designed to resemble an American town at the turn
of the century (1900's), putting it in the Victorian era and the prime
time for use of trim and tassels.
We also spent some time over at Epcot.
In Epcot France I spotted these top window treatments for arched
And there were some more scalloped topped cafe curtains, this time in
Over at Epcot United Kingdom, I spied simple curtains for the tea shop
The fancy-schmancy shop had these lovely lace curtains and a velvet
We did not make it into the Askerhus to dine with the Princesses, but I
did spot the lace curtains.
I also was taken by the 3/4 lace panels used here.
Some of the other items that struck me in Epcot Norway was this door.
Both the carving and ironwork are stunning.
And of course any good Scandinavian could not walk by the rosemaling and
not take notice. I am no exception.
So there you have it. Even at Disney, I am unable to keep my mind off
decorating. I am sure many people thought I was crazy as I walked in
and took a picture of the curtains. Please tell me I am not the only
one who does this.