Draperies are window treatments that work with any decorating style and emphasize the desired look and feel of the room. Whatever you design element you choose, custom draperies are an elegant solution to complete a room. J’s Home Décor offers a vast array of drapery options that can transform a room into a finished look.
With the installation of top treatments, rooms can be dramatically changed. Windows are no longer dull and ordinary but transformed into a stylish focal point.
Framing the top window with a valance or cornice, adds a sense of drama and height due to a unique tailored and designed appeal.
A Panel Curtain is a curtain (sometimes known as a drape, mainly in the United States) is a piece of cloth intended to block or obscure light, or drafts, or (in the case of a shower curtain) water. A curtain is also the movable screen or drape in a theater that separates the stage from the auditorium or that serves as a backdrop.
A cornice is similar to a valance in the sense that they both top off your window treatment. Used to hide window treatment hardware or just to add a pop of color to the room, cornices are a great addition to your interior design. What makes a cornice different from a valance is how it is constructed. Cornices are hard top treatments, meaning the fabric is often created by upholstering a board with no loose fabric hanging at the bottom. Made in various shapes and sizes, you can vary them with different fabrics or shapes depending on the look you’re going for.
A valance is sort of like a very short drapery panel that only sits at the top of the window. Installed with either a curtain or drapery rod or stapled to a back board, a valance always has a soft appearance that can look casual or formal depending on which style your going for. With fabric hanging freely at the top of the window, valances instantly create interest when paired with other window treatments. Sometimes, you don’t even want to bog down your beautiful view with bulky window treatments. A valance by itself looks just as good as a fully decked out window when you don’t have the desire to block a great view but still want some sort of visual interest. Like the cherry on top of a sundae, valances are the finishing touch on your delicious window design.
A swag and cascade is a top treatment for your window that adds interest, picks up an additional design color or pattern from your decor, and hides the main curtain rod. The swag drapes gracefully across the window, and the cascade falls down each side in gathers or folds. You'll need a second curtain rod, above the main drapery rod, to drape the swag and attach the cascades. Then it's just a matter of playing with the material to get the drape of the swag the way you want it and set the cascade.
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