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Document Fossil Brown French Script Empress Swag Valance Lined Cotton
Document Fossil Brown French Script Empress Swag Valance Lined Cottonby Close to Custom Linens$159(1)
Your bedding, window treatments, and home accents are MADE TO ORDER in our North Carolina sewing room so please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery of your specially made pieces. Document Fossil is a delightful collection of legal notes and seals in French, including the cost of a contract at 5 francs! The fonts range from a height of three" to as small as one eighth inch.The fabric is "Danish Linen" in a heavy basketweave with the design printed in dark neutral brown. Includes one 2-piece Empress swag valance, lined. May be used alone or with a scallop valance as a filler. Total Size is 74" wide x 28" long. Length is measured from the top of the rod pocket to the bottom edge. 3" rod pocket, 2" header. Valance is screen printed 88% cotton, 12% rayon (Danish linen). The lining fabric is an ivory cotton/polyester blend. Dry cleaning is recommended. Coordinating patterns in the Collection: Lisbon Fossil, Bird Toile Fossil, Heavy Basket Linen, Cub Fossil, Document Fossil, Ikat Fretwork Fossil. Check our other listings for matching and coordinating bed, bath, window and home decor items. Our bedding, window treatments and home accents are custom made in the USA in our sewing room by skilled craftsmen who have over 40 years of experience and who, more importantly, take great pride in their work. You will be impressed by the superior construction of our products and attention to detail. Please contact us if you have any questions.Read More
With so many options to choose from, finding the perfect window treatments can be tricky. To help you decide, first look at the style of your current space and establish a budget. When you narrow down which window coverings fit your criteria, consider the size and shape of the windows, as well as factors out of your control, such as sunlight. Read more about these decisions below to be well equipped to pick out new window treatments.

Let sunlight determine the right window coverings.


Depending on which direction a wall faces, each room gets different levels of sunlight throughout the day. Because of this, it’s best to purchase your window treatment based on the amount of natural light you actually want. If the room tends to be darker, try sheer curtains that offer a decorative touch but still let through plenty of sunshine. If a space gets blasted with brightness, go for thicker drapes or blackout blinds that will block light, reduce noise and help regulate temperatures. Don’t be afraid of layering various curtains and window treatments for more control and flexibility over natural lighting. Mixing textures and colors and adding a valance or cornice will create a custom, pulled-together look.

Embrace custom window treatments.


If you have windows that are not a typical size or shape, like arched or bay styles, your best bet is to go for custom window treatments. Professionals can create curtains, blinds or any other window treatment you desire that properly fit your exact dimensions. Going this route might cost a little extra, but it will save you the headache of hunting around for something that kinda-sorta fits. You’ll thank yourself when you see how well the final results turn out.

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Get inspired with our curated ideas for Window Treatments and find the perfect item for every room in your home. With such a wide selection of Window Treatments for sale, from brands like First Rate Blinds, Indian Selections, and A Better Blind Inc, you’re sure to find something that you’ll love. Shop from Window Treatments, like the the 5/8" Adler Rust Resistant Ceiling or Wall-Mount Window Curtain Rod or the Sturbridge Lined Point Valance - Wine, while discovering new home products and designs. Whether you’re looking to buy Window Treatments online or get inspiration for your home, you’ll find just what you’re looking for on Houzz.