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Allure Window Treatments

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Category: Window Treatments
Location: Philadelphia

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Top Treatments
Top Treatments
Top treatments are an excellent way to beautify a room and add elegance and luxury. You will find some descriptions of popular top treatments below. Fabric Pelmets - give your window a distinctive and professional effect that is both simple and cost effective. Beautiful shaped and finished pelmets enhance the look of windows. They also can conceal a curtain track or alter the proportions of a window. Pelmets can be simple and rectangular, or they can be shaped in any pretty or decorating fashion you desire. Often fabric curtains will dictate the shape of the Pelmet edge. A Wooden Pelmet-is a simple box design that looks good in a range of decorative styles, and adds impact to any room. Pelmets are perfect for hiding a sagging curtain heading or a clumsy wooden batten used to secure the curtain track to the wall. You can paint or stencil it so that colors or motifs flow round the room without interruption. Standard Swag -is a very popular top treatment and hung over two small panels of drapes. The swag is constructed above the window to make the window appear longer and to obstruct as little incoming light as possible. Swag fabric options are abundant and can be matched exactly to a drape pattern, or differ slightly and provide a beautiful complimenting contrast. Traditional Swags are casually gathered and their cascades are nevertheless formal. A small center swag balances the outer ones in the starring treatment. Stationary side panels are held back low. Single swags are in scale with smaller windows. The treatment appears to be continuous but it's just an illusion – each swag is constructed and attached separately. A box-pleated valance ever so slightly gathered and matching side panels, covers a pair of casement windows. The spacing of the embroidered motifs determine the size of the pleats. A softly gathered tab valance adds a neat look to plain curtains and gives them a dressier finish. A sill-length lace curtain can enhance the light and give an airy feel to a particular area. Incorporate a wooden curtain pole, an ivory valance and table accessories add natural warmth.
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