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pelmet

A valance or cornice, sometimes decorative, built into the head of a window to conceal the drapery track or blind brackets or fittings.
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To crown the African Queen look, I bought a remnant of lace, cut it to shape, spray painted it gold and glued it on to the back of the pelmet board.
Hand pleat curtains under a neat pelmet make for style and simplicity * 2.
While Fiz fumes at John's protestations of undying love, Rosie Webster drags out her lovely old Mrs Slocombe-style frilly blouse and red pelmet skirt.
WIDE AND JOY We used the existing curtain pelmet to extend our track to full wall width.
When I have fixed the pelmet I may have to set to work on the door knocker.
Bathroom windows are often awkward shapes and attaching a pole to tiles can be difficult, so a simple solution is to fit a duo curtain and pelmet track directly on to the window frame,' she explains.
A well fitted pelmet has a threefold effect - it forms part of the window dressing, hides the curtain track or pole, and protects the head of the curtains and the track from dust and dirt.
To conceal it, you can place a box pelmet over the top of the blind.
Tenders are invited for Frp Top Cover Pelmet As Per Drg.
A fortnight or so ago, she appeared in vertiginous heels, a pelmet of a skirt and, yes, you've guessed it, a hand on her huge bulge.
The court heard how Mr Major was standing on a step ladder when he was hit on the head by a falling lighting pelmet.