Add Green

Add depth to interiors with an unexpected mix of green velvet against the classic blue and white combination.

Mellow Yellows

MELLOW YELLOWS outed as "the next Millennial pink," yellow has started gaining momentum in fashion. Editors are calling this carefree color "Gen Z Yellow" - and we can definitely see why people are on board with this joy-inducing hue! , yellow is a color that exudes...

New Spring line 2018

Justina Blakeney is a designer, artist, and New York Times bestselling author who believes that creativity, not wealth, is the key to having an amazing home. Justina's new Bohemian aesthetic emerged out of her multicultural upbringing in Berkeley, California. The...

NEW ! My Smart Blinds Motorization

Bay Way Blinds and Draperies are excited to offer My Smart Blinds  motorization for 2" Blinds and 2 1/2" blinds in wood or faux wood or your existing blinds. Cellular blinds, roller shades, roman shades. draperies, sheer shades. and more. Bay Way  Blinds and Draperies...





How could you not fall head over heels for this incredible floral?! . From the rich jade greens to the surprise lavenders, this colorway had our heart. We love how traditional the pattern is but how fresh the color in it is. We often call this type of pattern “Grandma Injected with Color”. In many of our designs, we have what we call an “everybody’s friend” in the scheme that helps pull together all of the colors of the space. This can be a rug, art piece, fabric, etc. In our case, this bold floral was the starting point for this entire space and is certainly “everybody’s friend”.

VIBRANT JEWEL TONES The prevalence of bold and vibrant jewel tones that emerged in 2017 continues. While black and white interiors will always remain a classic, furnishings and accessories in hues of emerald green, ruby red and sapphire blue are making their way into many homes. Rendered in plush velvets or textured silk, these colors beg to be touched and can add instant sophistication to any room. Jewel tones are confident and impactful so be judicious about their use. A statement-making tufted aubergine velvet sofa might be just right for a daring interior while a single peacock blue chenille pillow can be the perfect accent in a more serene space. These saturated colors can shine on their own or blend well with others for a refined and glamorous look