round finished rod would be simplest-trick is to keep the boards from wanting to bend and twist. I wonder if an option is to build from two layers of 10' birch ply/mdo and edge band and stain-may be more stable. take that modern material honesty!
pattern. The finish is milky white with a light blue iridescence. They were purchased from Susan Jablon Mosaics, here is a link to the product page! http://www.susanjablon.com/3-4-inch-curved-white-milk-glass-subway-tile.html
gold leaf finish by The Finial Company and it has an elbow return. There isn't a Roman shade there, although I can see why you thought there might be. It is the millwork of the window casing. Thank you, Renée
past the finished floor length, it "breaks" the visual vertical lines of the window treatment and causes a fold in the fabric.Tip: Draperies constructed 3 inches too long create the perfect break — this is considered to be the industry standard.