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I like the reverse pleats of the valance
The intensity of the design on the bureau
The sides of the valence are appealing. They allow more of the fabric to be used.
The window covering and single rod might work downstairs in the lower level.
A traditional idea for the living room
Could this work if we attached something at the bottom to make the curtains stand away from the baseboard heater?
I like the "tiebacks".
classic roman blinds hung inside the frame
Another classic style of blind or valance
Love this valance
What about a piece of fabric below the window in the odd space in Maddy's room?
Interesting how the tie backs are up high, allowing the fabric to fall and drape on the floor yet holding it back enough to allow more light in.
Could you stagger the finished length as well?
This is how a tie back would look like with staggering on the bottom
Another tie back allowing light to come into the room
For the basement windows?
See how these drape?
Exactly my paint job
Note the top of the curtains. Pleatedor gathered with clips on a rod.
Simple, the eyecatchers here are the rods.
Perhaps this one
Something like this in the living room may work
White poles with white rings or pick up a colour that is in the drapery
See how these hang down and then end in a tassel