A valance is a superior treatment for windows that gather or hang with drapery pins in an inert or attached to a rod and valances for windows. The borders, usually with jagged edges, smooth the top of the window and cover the insufficient treatment (if any) below. Valance styles can vary as much as decorative room environments.
One style of valances for windows made simpler and ends with a straight lower edge and is accented with pleats at the center and in the corners of the curtain. Due to its linear form, often used in combination with side panels or curtains are tied back crossing to cover the entire window decorations male undervalued.
12 Photos Gallery of: Valances for Windows Styles
A wreath covering the top of the valances for windows, ending in a tip with a waterfall, a pleated piece of fabric with a diagonal hem creates a rakish look that is particularly effective when used with a couple of windows with little space between them
A pleated valance with tassels lined with buckram to retain spaced conical shape with festoons, create a sophisticated structured look, softened by the curves of the scallop. Although it is most effective when made with textured, plain fabric, valance that works in applications requiring less fitted appearance.