Board Mounted Valances

Top Treatments are an excellent way to accent or contrast other textile window coverings, including draperies and shades. They also help to hide non-decorative hardware, thus highlighting the fabrics that surround the window opening. Even in their own right, Top treatments can have a stunning aesthetic effect, adding the elegance of any space with variety of options including, Valances, Cornices and Swags.

Perfect For:
  • Layering with other window covering types
  • Adding dimension and sophistication
  • Creating a unified statement by tying other
    window treatments together

Madison

Features
  • Corner pleated valance
  • Tailored look
  • Varies in length from 12” to 18”

Sheldon

Features
  • Standard box pleated valances with straight hem
  • Box pleats are approximately 12” wide
  • Varies in length from 14” to 25”

Kennedy

Features
  • Contemporary swag valance with cascades on either side
  • Print fabrics are seamed and matched. Solid and non-directional fabrics are railroaded for no seams.
  • 15” center long point and 22” cascade long point

Judith

Features
  • Single fold valance with 3” bottom skirt
  • Valance mimics look of raised roman shade
  • Standard length of 14”

Monticello

Features
  • Box Pleated valance with curved center hem and folded end cascades
  • Center box pleat will repeat approximately every 30”
  • Standard 42” cascade length

Berkshire

Features
  • Deep set box pleats with a scalloped hem line
  • Pleats approximately 14” to 16” wide
  • Varies in finished length from 14” to 17” at the longest point.

Hathaway

Features
  • Curved box pleated board-mounted valance
  • Box pleats approximately 15” wide
  • 18” long point of finished length

Charleston

Features
  • Scalloped valance with overlaid pleated pelmuts
  • Pelmuts are spaced approximately 20” apart
  • Pelmuts can be self or contrast lined

York

Features
  • Empire style swag with pleats
  • Box pleats spaced approximately 14” apart
  • Bottom hem of pleats are approximately 2” shorter than the bottom hem of the swags

Handkerchief

Features
  • Self lined, tailored valance
  • Made of three pieces, two side flaps and center flap
  • 3” overlay band on the bottom hem

Jefferson

Features
  • Box Pleated valance with straight center hem and folded end cascades
  • Center box pleat will repeat approximately every 30”
  • Standard 42” cascade length

Stagecoach

Features
  • Hobbled valance with bands knotted below the bottom hem
  • Faux tied up hobbled roman shade look
  • Standard finished length of 18”

Diana

Features
  • Scalloped curved pleated board mounted valance with cascades
  • Curved pleats are approximately 12” wide
  • Standard side cascades at 36”

Welles

Features
  • Contemporary horizontal pleated valance
  • Similar look to a cornice covered with gathered fabric
  • Varies in length from 12” to 18”

Fantastic

Features
  • Faux tied roman shade board mounted valance
  • Two 4” wide bands tie up the valance, giving a gathered look
  • Standard length of 30”, gathers up to approximately 12” short

Chaucer

Features
  • Scalloped valance with four finger pleated accents
  • Four finger pleats approximately 20” apart
  • Finished length of 17”