B Pipka Designs will provide you with creative design solutions by incorporating all of the elements of design into your home. Design style reflects how you live and your personal design choices. Color creates an emotional element in the design mix. B Pipka Designs offers complete design services with an emphasis on custom draperies, shutters, blinds and shades. Interior Design and Hunter Douglas Window Coverings in Dallas and surrounding areas.
Becky Pipka of B Pipka Designs is a certified professional Hunter Douglas Dealer in Dallas, Texas.
Becky Pipka, owner of B Pipka Designs, has over 18 year’s experience in home furnishings retail combined with residential interior design. Becky focuses on defining interior details unique to each project, and is committed to providing her clients with creative design solutions keeping their lifestyle in mind. Becky is a certified window coverings professional with Hunter Douglas and places a special emphasis on window coverings.
Becky has a flair for putting things together and has a sharp eye for color. She has also gained valuable experience working with leading fashion and interior design companies.
Becky has always had an entrepreneurial spirit. She has been an active participant in her design community and is on the leading edge of interior design trends.
Becky served as the 2011 Texas Chapter President of the International Furnishing and Design Association (IFDA).
The art of dressing windows is what comes to mind when I add window coverings or draperies to a room. I look at it as a form of art. It can make or break good design in a room. The principles of design to consider when selecting the best solutions for windows includes scale, proportion …
Hesler Brothers, Inc. A simple pair of pleated drapery panels and some great hardware are key to adding interest to any room.
There are many factors to consider when buying custom window coverings. By selecting window coverings with thermal properties in mind, you can save money and be more comfortable in your home. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the heat lost through windows can account for 10 to 25 percent of a homes heating bill. …