So many homes today feature fantastic windows – tall, arched or angled. However, all that gorgeous glass often needs a finishing touch, and today’s shaped windows can make designing window treatments a challenge.
This small home office features a wall of windows that step down from the center panel. They accentuate the ceiling height in the room, and let in tons of light to this north-facing space. However, coming up with a window treatment that would highlight this unique feature in the room was not easy.
Here is what I came up with…simple…..elegant….and not horribly expensive.
This valance used a minimum amount of fabric, which kept the costs down. Essentially, these were constructed like oversized placemats with the floral fabric on one side and a coordinating tone-on-tone stripe on the other. Velcro tabs on top of the metal rod keep the panels in place.
If you have Before and After photos from a challenging window treatment you created, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org…I would love to feature your creativity!Pin It
I followed you over from Chic & Crafty Link Party. These are beautiful valances. I love the idea of using velcro to keep them in place. Brilliant!
I would love to invite you to share this, and any other posts you would like to, at my Creative Thursday Link Party at http://www.michellestastycreations.blogspot.com. (Runs through Monday each week)
Have a great day,
Thanks so much! I appreciate your comment, and I will definitely check out your blog and Link Party! Thanks for stopping by… 🙂
These look so lovely! 😀