Wednesday, June 13, 2012

The Question of Ruffles Revisited


In April we looked at Miles Redd's love of ruffled curtains. Please revisit that post here. There was quite a range of opinions with some loving them and others detesting them. Here is Miles' latest from the July issue of Architectural Digest. Care to weigh in?

7 comments:

Our French Inspired Home said...

Some people like furnishings from the 50's era, some people like things to be more traditional. Everyone has their own taste. For me, ruffles are out of date. Thats me, to each their own.

Gretchen said...

Ruffles scream Aunt Mildred's Overheated House. Yuk. I love Miles Redd, but this is one Southern tradition that belongs in the ashcan

The Pink Pagoda said...

I'm liking things clean and unadorned. However, I'm not minding it here. This is a barely ruffle and somehow he makes it work for me.

WWL said...

Hate it!

home before dark said...

LIked it the first time. This time, not so much

Ann said...

Love Miles Redd, hate ruffles in general, and these in particular. They look thin and cheap, as well as fussy and outdated.

Rebecca R. Dyer said...

I DO NOT CARE FOR THE ABOVE PICTURED CURTAINS -- HOWEVER, I BELIEVE WHAT MAKES HIS RUFFLES "WORK" ARE THE COLORS HE CHOOSES. THE COMBINATIONS ARE EXCITING AND ENGAGING.