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Lady Dianne's Custom Window & Bed Treatments
@Gayle You are right, you see a lot more Bay treatments than Bow treatments. Any type of hardware for a Bow window has to be custom bent to fit your exact window. A lot of people opt not to go to that expense. But it all depends on how you want to treat it. Here's one I did recently where we went outside the window. It was in an older home (1930's), and we wanted to make it look like a much bigger (& more grand) area.
   
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Jane Bentham
The first photo with the simple rod, where can I purchase?? help
   
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