Top treatments can compliment panels or shades, hide hardware or architectural flaws or simply stand alone to add a bit of color or soften a window. (Many of these photos were taken in the workroom, before the treatments were delivered)
Close up of jabots and buttons between the swags.
Swags with soft scalloped tops and bottoms in a rose colored toile with coordinating checked fabric. Designed by the Design Source
Zebra print valance with softly curved bottom and horns on the sides have a pink micro cord between the valance and the ruched tulle trim.
Pull up valance coordinates with the wall color and adds softness to the linear blinds.
Silk sheer fabric pleated in double box pleats with contrast button embellishment.
Stationary Balloon shade valance for bay window in a striped silk and bullion fringe trim.
inverted box pleated valances have arched bottoms, contrast welt inserted between the body and the banding. handmade Chinese knots appear to hold pleat together. Designed by Stephan Designs.
This swag is a replica of those seen in Colonial Williamsburg. Decorative window treatments were small scaled to use less fabric.