Faye Sokolosky
fabrics and window treatments
Finishing touches for your living space.

Web site portfolio.

The portfolio that follows gives Faye the opportunity to highlight work she did under the direction of some gifted designers.

Interior design by Tim Steele. The main dining room of a new lodge in the Adirondack League Club near Old Forge, NY. (Exhibit 001)

Interior design by Tim Steele. The second master bedroom of a new lodge in the Adirondack League Club near Old Forge, NY. (Exhibit 002)

Red tartan plaid used in a small Adirondack cabin to bring out the warmth of the pine paneling. (Exhibit 003)

This minimal box pleated valence with its woodland scenes serves to soften the ten windows on an enclosed porch. The lowered screen shades give 95% sun protection while preserving the view. (Exhibit 004)

This scene is appliqued and then portions are cut away, leaving sections of sheer fabric exposed to create an "etched glass" appearance. This lets in light and preserves the view while providing privacy and sun control. (Exhibit 005)

Using just the right fabric to highlight the open architecture and gathering room of a small home. (Exhibit 006)

Interior design by Diane Prince. A guest bedroom addition to an elegant home in Rochester, NY. (Exhibit 007)

Interior design by Diane Prince. Using fabric and multiple styles to provide protection from the sun while adding color and charm to open dining area. (Exhibit 008)

Interior design by Maury Chacchia. The functional Roman shades in this Nantucket dining room are enhanced with carefully chosen fabric for the valance. (Exhibit 009)

Interior design by Maury Chacchia. The valances give this lakeside screened-in porch a delightfully inviting appearance. They also cleverly conceal Roman shades which can be lowered for wind and rain protection. (Exhibit 010)

Interior design by Maury Chacchia. This bedroom's fabric window treatment simplifies the control of light into the room while enhancing the attractive complexity of the ceiling, walls, and window itself. (Exhibit 011)

Interior design by Maury Chacchia. The use of ruby red jewel tones as well as gold and silver in the fabrics makes this small loft apartment in a downtown area very welcoming. Roman shades maintain light adjustment and afford privacy. (Exhibit 012)

This swagged treatment frames the architectural features of the window as well as the stunning view of Lake Ontario, while the shutters and balloon shade give privacy from the neighboring cottage. (Exhibit 013)

A bedroom in an Ontario lakefront cottage spells summer as it features a crisp blue and white decor. It boasts an upholstered headboard. (Exhibit 014)

Keeping with the blue and white theme in the adjoining bedroom, this bath is fit for royalty. (Exhibit 015)

The other end of this luxury bathroom features a window seat with cushion as well as a thoroughly adorned window. (Exhibit 016)
Faye Sokolosky 
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