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I Love Fringe

Who doesn't? Even if you are not a fringe-a-holic like me and so many others in the interior design industry you can still say "I love fringe" with pride. Current trends in shoes and boots are embellished with fringe as well as hand bags like this one from Prada.

Fringe can even be found in nature.

Fringe adds interest and texture. When you think of fringe on window treatment designs you may imagine heavy, victorian velvet swags with bullion or tassels. Today trims are often simple, fun or even whimsical. This simple roman shade is dressed with a pretty ball fringe.

And since ball fringe is so reasonably priced why not use it generously? This funky arched cornice (from Better Homes & Gardens website) is covered with repeating rows of simple ball fringe. This same idea would also make a fun pillow front.