Hartman & Forbes natural woven Shades:
Weave #33 with twill edge binding in Bark #263

"Our Experience with Ambiance was single-handedly one of the most pleasant decorating experiences we have ever had. We will definitely use them in the future."
-David K., Wilmette












Teardrop valance

Fun swirly pattern from Carole Fabrics: "Dizzy/Baby Blue" with light blue beads for teardrops. Hung on a white Kirsch twisted pole with button ball finials.

Base treatment for privacy: Hunter Douglas Remembrance Shades in Raw Silk / Light Cream with seagull scallop and gimp trim in Arctic (blue).











Roman fold natural woven weaves from Castec
in Oriel / White

"From my first phone call to the end of our extensive project, Marina provided careful, attentive, and expert assistance. We are thrilled with the outcome and appreciate how easy Ambiance made it for us.
The quality of the products, work,
and especially the service, was excellent."
-Susanne G., Wilmette











Scalloped board mounted "Diana"
valance with cascades

Carole Fabrics: "Baunam /Spice",
contrast lined with "Dupioni Silk / Marmalade"

Base treatment: Hunter Douglas Panache
3/4" Duette Semi-Opaque /Noisette


"It was a pleasure working with the Ambiance team... The ensemble turned out to be beautiful and we love the way they look. We can't wait for the next phase."
-Hamid B., Wilmette








CONRAD Natural handwoven shades: #256 Sandalspice


"The staff at ambiance is wonderful. From the salespeople to the installers to the management... they are extremely helpful and professional. My shades, shutters, and blinds all look fabulous."
-Marci B., Wilmette











Scalloped box pleated "Berkshire" valance

Carole Fabrics: "Newhope / Curry" over
stationary pinch pleat panels in "Diamon Hill / Curry"


"Ambiance's designer worked with us to develop a terrific color scheme and fabric choice for our master bedroom windows. The drapery and valances are beautifully crafted. Our bedroom now has the touch of a professional decorator. 'Bravo' to Ambiance."
-Jill S., Evanston