These London shade valances add a vibrant red accent without blocking the view.
A soft cloud-shade valance — dramatically long but stationary — makes this pink bedroom look dreamy. Blinds or a shade can be hidden behind it for privacy.
This dining room gets beautiful color and detail through these large London-shade Roman valances.
This non-functional Roman shade over the sink adds just enough fabric to be stunning without overwhelming.
This stagecoach with contrasting cloth ties is a more casual way to top a window. It looks like it can be untied and cover the window, although this one is stationary.
Balloon-shade valances look country luxe over this large window without blocking the sunshine. This, and the swag valance with a closed top, add the punch of soft color and style without feeling heavy.
The fringed tailed valance over a window seat in a traditional setting is the perfect hiding place for blinds or shades when the sun is out.
These arched valances create a beautiful scallop design The stationary drapes let in the light and add softness to the rooms' corners.
The use of decorative single panels simply hung on either side of the windows soften the light, even though they do not fully close.
These tall stationary drapes were strategically placed on the sheet rock between the windows so the windows appear to continue across the wall.
These stationary drapes add luxe feel but do not cover up any of the light.
This open layout has non-functional window treatments that save on cost of fabric but not on style! It is done through a soft Roman valance over the sink and stationary drapes in the family room.
Just one width of fabric gives these windows a decadent feel. They look rich pleated, hanging from knobs and draped back.
Long panels draped on either side of the window bring in beautiful color. The sheer behind them add privacy.