|Window treatment designs will turn into one-of-a-kind creations with the addition of custom touches. |
From pattern placement to hand pleated ruffles and other embellishments: it's all about the details.
|Seam together fabric and lining, matching patterns. Cut valance to shape and place face up on lining which is face down on the work table.|
Detail: Pattern matching and pattern placement.
|Box pleated ruffle is stapled to the front of the mounting board.|
Detail: Hand pleated ruffles add texture and interest along the top of the valance.
|A welt cord detail is added.|
Detail: Repeating the stripe fabric and creating a beautiful join between the valance and ruffle.
|The valance is placed face down and stapled with tack strip. When it flips over, the welt cord and ruffle will be above. Detail: Using an upholstery technique to create a beautiful finish.|
|Rosettes are made from leftover pleated ruffle and stapled at the top of each horn.|
Detail: Rosettes add drama!
|A piece of shade lift cord is stapled in the center, and a button embellishment is threaded onto the cord.|
Detail: Buttons add a couture touch.
|Tie the cord tight to hold the button in place. Detail: Custom painted buttons from Finestra Decorative Hardware.|
|The proportions are perfect for this tall window with a transom.|
Detail: A scale drawing was created to ensure good proportions.