Valances, designs, and tips

Drapery Valances is a great way to finish your windows!

Have you considered finishing your windows with drapery valances?

Valance treatments can be very attractive, affordable, and will expose more of the view if they are used alone with out the side panels.

For free estimates (630)420-0800

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Oak Brook Clients, add style to you window treatments!

Good Morning Oak brook clients,

Have you thought of having new window treatments, such as soft shades, draperies or valances? Well here are some thoughts for you:

How about adding some embellishments to your treatments, think of the sparkle of glass, the beauty of bead trims, the opulence of metallic, and the earthiness of wood trims.

Do not settle for the ordinary, go for the extra ordinary! Make a statement with your draperies!

call for free in home consultation: (630)420-0800.

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Drapery panels or Valances?

I often get asked, full length draperies or valances,what are the better choices for my windows?

The answer is, it all depends on:

  • The personal preference.
  • The size of the window.
  • The decorating style of the room and what is the out come one wants to have in the room.
  • The pattern of the fabric to be used, large prints, with large repeats will show better with tall panels, where mini prints will work better on valances.

These are some ideas to think about when in doubt whether to use drapery panels or a valance.

Call 630 420-0800 for free estimate.

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A girl’s bed room gets an interesting valance!

When I get the request to design a child’s bed room, I get really excited!!!!

Recently I got a call from a Naperville resident to design a valance for his 10 year old daughter, he mentioned that his daughter is into sports and very athletic, she is not much into pinks and frills, she likes her window treatment clean and simple.

He also mentioned the need for shades to keep the sunlight out, to help his daughter to sleep in on weekends and Holidays.

The valance design consisted of four separate parts connected together with lace that resembles athletic shoe. Each part had a curved edge on the bottom of the valance to add that softness and femininity.

Two shades (Room darkening, Applause shades by Hunter Douglas) was provided to keep the sun away as well as providing saving on the energy bills, which came as unexpected bonus to the dad!

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