Light Gray Drapes Living Room
This simple and chic living room is the definition of peaceful calm. Get the look at Barn & Willow with our Light Gray drapes.
The ultimate neutral. Introducing two new gorgeous grays!
Gray. Timeless, classic, and extremely chic. It goes well with every color - and now we've added two more to our lineup. Joining our current selection of grays - the Belgian Flax Linen in Mist Gray (one of our most popular colors!) and our Belgian Laundered Linen in Dark Gray - are two more Belgian Flax Linen fabrics. Take a look at them below. Shale, named after the soft, flaky sedimentary rock, is a Belgian Flax linen fabric with white and black fibers woven together. The result? A…
The Making of Linen: From Flax to Fabric
At Barn & Willow, we think that it's important to know where your draperies and roman shades come from. We believe in sustainable practices, and source only the highest quality Belgian linens, certified by the European Confederation of Linen and Hemp, an organization that regulates all stages of the hemp and linen production process in Western Europe. From the flax plant to the finished textile, we'll walk you through how our Belgian linen textiles are made. But first, a bit of background…
A Modern Kitchen for a 1930s Home
We partnered with inspired couple: Kasey & Matthew, the Seattle based dynamic duo behind Turntable Kitchen to bring a modern touch to their classic Tudor home. Turntable Kitchen is a site connecting food and music; they feature recipes with a focus on local fresh ingredients, hand-selecting 'Musical Pairings,' album reviews and musings on city life. Kasey shared some of the low and highlights of the remodel with us. In her words, We learned a lot along the way, including that nothing ever…
Barn & Willow's Modern Bohemian Bedroom
Victoria of SF Girl By Bay recently moved and was looking to give her new apartment a facelift. Enter Barn & Willow. Victoria chose to use our mist grey Belgian flax linen draperies - which paired perfectly with the color and texture of her room. You can read her full blog post about them here. All photographs courtesy of SF Girl By Bay and Lily Glass