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Vogue Window adds Robert Allen 'Black & White' fabrics
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Jun '13
Vogue Window Fashion, the New York City based custom shades and window treatment design firm boasted the glamorous new line featuring black and white fabrics from home decor textile giant Robert Allen.

The line will feature custom shades, draperies and other exquisite window treatments.

"Black and white themed window treatment designs portray themselves as being bold and glamorous, sophisticated, maybe minimalistic" says Seema Thakkar, leading decorator at the prestigious window treatment design firm. "Nothing really packs a more powerful interior design punch than this bold combination".

"Nowadays more and more modern designs are based on black and white themes. It’s a really simple and unique combination, very used in modern apartments and buildings, and that’s why I personally love the contemporary and geometric approach for these black and white designs, some of them are very luxurious and this simple black and white combination was the perfect choice.

The elegance is accentuated using various decor elements, carefully chosen to fit perfectly," says Thakkar.

The fabrics will be featured in soft textile based window treatments like the firm's custom draperies, custom shades and more.

About Vogue Window Fashion

Situated in the glamorous Chrysler Building in New York City, Vogue Window Fashion has burst onto the window treatments and décor scene due in part, to its creative blending of eclectic design and fresh contemporary creations.

Offering a range of stunning designs including contemporary window shades to royal’esque window treatments up until modern window curtains, the firm tries to have every window touch its fullest design potential.

Vogue Window Fashion

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