Interior Design Goodyear AZ

Susanne Schultz
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WINDOW TREATMENTS
I truly must say, that window treatments are one of the most important decorating tools you will invest in for your home. Many times, I will walk into a home and view the best furniture, etc. and the window coverings were definitely neglected. The best window coverings are made choosing designer fabrics, because you can find the exact fabric that will make a statement in each room, rather than going to a home decorating section in a fabric store and choosing something "that will work", rather than the fabric that says "I'm the one". There are literally thousands to choose from. I strongly urge you to hire a decorator to help you in this area of your home. It will be well worth it. A good decorator will not only be able to find the perfect fabric, but they should be able to offer you unique designs for construction. I believe this is one of my specialties and I am available to help you.
COUTURE HOME is known for their unique window treatments that are custom designed to fit each window and home. It is one of our specialties. A lot of planning and designs are specially created so that each home is not a "postage stamp" of a book design, picture, or a home down the street. Susanne and her daughter, Lauren are constantly searching the markets over for the best fabrics and colors to use paying close attention to how they drape and flow. Each home's window treatments should be designed to reflect the vision and lifestyle of that homeowner and their unique home. In addition, Couture Home does, blinds, shutters, and unique hardware to dress any window.

The trims that Lauren and Susanne use and creativity set them apart from anyone else in the industry.

This condo in Scottsdale, AZ was all done with mock romans in white linen and was outstanding. The client was so much f

Dining Room Window Treatment
Dining Room Window Treatment
The photos shown here are all for one home. Notice the transition from one room to the others.

Kitchen Window Treatment
Kitchen Window Treatment



window treatments - cornice boxes
This is a finished cornice box that Susanne and her client did for the living room. The box features a designer fabric with metallic threads on the circles on a silk background. Beneath it hangs a faux suede ring cut out panel that also serves as a fantastic architectural feature.

window treatments - cornice boxes
This kitchen cornice features a designer fabric with raised metallic threads forming a beautiful geometric design.


window treatments This bedroom features the freshest comforter accented with black window cornices and panels on the left. On the right is the matching drapery panel of the comforter. When you walk into this room, it is a knockout. The homeowner went very bold with the yellow paint to match the bedding and it really makes a statement. Black end tables will be added soon. window treatments

Window Treatments
Window Treatments

Window Treatments
Window Treatments

French Window Treatments
Dining Room Curtains
Dining Room Curtains

French Country Master Bedroom

French Country Master Bedroom

French Country Master Bedrrom
French Country Master Bedrrom

French Country Pink Toille Bedroom


French Window Treatments
Window Treatments Living Room

French Country Powder Bath
French Country Powder Bath

French CountryPwder Bath Treatment

Window Treatments Dining Room
Window Treatments Living Room

French Window Treatment

French Window Treatment



Arched window treatment This is a modern way to treat a high arched window that is very different. A custom made iron rod with rings were made for this window to be able to do this. Arched window treatment


Custom Window Treatments with Iron Rods The two side windows were also made with custom iron rods. To the right is a closup. Custom Window Treatments with Iron Rods

Metal tiebacks
Custom Metal Tiebacks hold the window treatments back.


Living Room Window Treatment
This white natural window treatment is easy and romantic. It would work well in a cottage or french country room.

Cottage Style Living Room Window Treatment
This lightweight window treatment was done by Jessica in a Parade of Homes Living Room. The treatment can be made to be functional (raise up and down) or stationary. For privace, simply drop duets behind it.




Kitchen Valence and Cafe Window Treatment
These kitchen curtains were made from a high gloss polished cotton for the valence and hand sewn stripes of coral and lime green silk to match for the cafe bottom. They were featured in our Parade of Homes.

Dining Room DraperyWindow Treatment
100% Silk taffeta, one of Susanne's fabric fabrics was used for this dining room drapery panel. These were featured in the Parade Home.

French Window Treatments
These Italian Rose drapery panels are made extra long. They have 76 silk roses on ea. panel. $2800.00 ea. panel. In stock.

Kitchen Window Treatment
This kitchen window treatment, Susanne did for a client, is an inverted box pleat, with a coordinate fabric used in the pleat. The fabric features fruits in peach and blue shades. Coordinated kitchen chair covers were made to match.

Kitchen Valence Window Treatment
Kitchen Valance was handpainted by Artist Cher Ultican.

Living Room Window Treatment
This client's home featured a polished cotton print with touches of metallic gold in the fabric.


Drapery Trim These drapery trims are incorporated in the window treatments below. Drapery Tassels


Window Treatments - Living Room Drapes
This living room treatment is made with the trims above. It is a look a like silk taffeta that has the "hand" and look of the real thing but is 1/4 the cost. It is stiff, has a wonderful drape and changes colors throughout the day and from the angles viewed. It is Jessica's favorite fabric for elegant drapes. The color range is huge.

These beautiful silk taffeta drapes hung to the floor off of short stationary iron drapery rods. They are truly stunning and shape the feeling of the whole room. These drapes tie the entry in which is painted the same deep, rich raspberry. Window Treatments - Living Room Drapery


Window Treatment - Cornice Box
This cornice box is mounted high so as not to block any of the beautiful view that this dining room overlooked. The fabric is complemented by the coordinating trim used in the living room. The box pleated skirt under the cornice box is made from the same fabric used in the living room drapes above. The gold in the fabric complements the tone on tone faux finished walls. Jessica created a dining room centerpiece that pulled out the colors and the pineapple in the drapery treatment. In the entry is a cymbidium orchid exactly like the one in the drapery. The home really came together with these window treatments.




These crowns can be used over windows and fabric can or cannot be added to flow out underneath. They are also used over beds with fabric added to drape out over the heads of the bed. They can be custom made to fit.


Master Bath
This Master Bath was decorated by Lauren. The treatment on the right is for the shower.

Shower curtain



French Window Treatment
These French window treatments are in the Master Bedroom of Susanne's new home in Arizona. They feature silk taffeta with silk ribbons draped. The parrots on the top were very hard to come by and took months to find.

Bay Window Treatment
This window treatment was constructed for a client's dining room. It featured black and white with ice pink.

This is a great way to treat a patio door which needs a treatment.
Window Treatment for a Powder Bath
Window treatment for a Powder Bathroom