Window valance


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Window valance

A spring that counterbalances the weight of a vertically sliding window.
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Comprising eight different components, including a comforter set, drapes, a window valance, and decorative pillows and shams, the Cannes Collection is featuring discounts up to 60% off the items' original prices for a limited time only.
Christine replaced her tired ruffled window valance with a Hawaiian skirt from Oriental Trading Company, cut to size and staple-gunned to the top of the window.
The window valance in the guest room rewards close inspection: lt's fashioned from a strip of crimped and perforated wallpaper strung on tensioned wire.
Other featured ensembles included a floral shower curtain from Jakson, shown with ceramic accessories from Springs; Big Sky, a Southwestern design from Springs; Splendor from Ex-Cell, shown with coordinating window valance, accessories, and embellished towels; and Ameri, geometric from Saturday Knight, shown with faux rosewood accessories from another supplier.
They don't want to go to a shelf and pull off what they think would work for a window valance.
A "tech-chic" character is reflected in subtle design elements, including a unique and sophisticated computer coding pattern on the window valances.
The window coverings are all high-end including plantation shutters, wood grain blinds, and custom made window valances.
Complete bed patterns coordinate with towels, decorative pillows and window valances.
You can also cut Hawaiian skirts (most party supplies stores carry 'em) to fit as window valances or dust ruffles.
Eventually, however, Lassalle found her way to the talent that is her business today: custom glass-mosaic work, which adorns everything from cabinets to tabletops and window valances.
The collection was merchandised with coordinating decorative pillows, window valances and extra pillowcases, all of which sat on two shelves above the bagged bedding sets.