44 valance swag Hall Design Photos

Finishing Touches By Dianne
5 Reviews
Bridal Ridge Drive, North Grafton, MA
Ideabooks34
Questions0
Custom board-mounted asymmetric swag & cascade/jabot valance for livingroom stairway window. Fabrics: Michaels Textiles Trims: Milante II tassel fringe
“Asymmetrical” — flotown
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Ideabooks4,018
Questions8
Love the curtain and valance. Would look hood in a library.
Shape of valance
“Floor color” — amungo
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency Estate
Ideabooks3,609
Questions7
Love this with the arch in the center of the valance,
Curved bottom on middle valance section
Shaped bottom of box pleated valance....Box pleat valance arch
“Squares at bottom” — kdpearson54
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Frederick + Frederick Architects
7 Reviews
Palmetto Tree Bookcase
Ideabooks7,270
Questions6
What kind of material for the swags? Love the color and the way they drape.
The swags on windows
“Yellow and panel” — charles8220
Amber Ranzau - haut haus, inc.
Tudor Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks3,591
Questions5
shades top down bottom up? If so, where did you get those. I love that the valance is a pattern but not the bottom.
The valance is a custom valance made with Kravet fabric - this project was completed back in 2004/2005 so the fabric may no longer be available.
“doors” — betric
Copper Creek Homes, LLC
4 Reviews
Mine Style Rustic Mountain Lodge
Ideabooks4,338
Questions4
sealed. I believe it is attached with standard screws. We added a wood valance at the roof-wall junction to provide a space for the lighting, this also
well-aged look complements the rustic feel of the stone house. Note the wood valance at the roof-wall junction: a clever solution that provides space for LED
well-aged look complements the rustic feel of the stone house. Note the wood valance at the roof-wall junction: a clever solution that provides space for LED
“the corrugated tin” — David Montz
Susan Reddick Design, Inc.
1 Review
Susan Reddick Design, Inc.
Ideabooks6,050
Questions4
Coordinated fabric on seat and valance
Cushions and valance style
“What happens when window is too high for a seat?” — brooks461
KDL Architects
Bider
Ideabooks1,473
Questions3
I think swag because wreathes seem like overkill
“Wow” — nieleneva
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