Cornices

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

Statler Cornice

Features
  • Classic straight across design
  • Straight upholstered cornice
  • Standard finished length of 18”

Savannah

Features
  • Curved upward arch which swoop downward before upward points on each side
  • Shaped upholstered Cornice
  • Difference in finished lengths of approximately 4” between short and long points

Belvedere

Features
  • Straight center to diagonal design down to returns
  • Straight upholstered cornice
  • Difference in finished lengths of approximately 3” between short and long points

Albany

Features
  • Straight upholstered cornice with leveled design
  • Difference in finished lengths of approximately 4” between short and long points
  • Face and sides are padded and upholstered with fabric with a ¼" cording at the bottom.

Atlanta

Features
  • Upward curved design with downward center point
  • Shaped upholstered cornice
  • Difference in finished lengths of approximately 3” between short and long points

Low Profile Belvedere

Features
  • Straight center to diagonal design down to returns
  • Straight unpadded cornice
  • Short point finished length of 7” and long point of 10”

Low Profile Statler

Features
  • Classic straight across design
  • Straight unpadded cornice
  • Standard finished length of 10”

Chateau

Features
  • Intricate curved design
  • Shaped upholstered Cornice
  • Difference in finished lengths of approximately 5” between short and long points

Decatur

Features
  • Intricate curved design with upward point in the center 
  • Shaped upholstered Cornice 
  • Difference in finished lengths of approximately 3” between short and long points 

Florence

Features
  • Centered arch shape design down to straight sides to returns 
  • Shaped upholstered Cornice 
  • Difference in finished lengths of approximately 10” between short and long points 

LP Savannah

Features
  • Curved upward arch which swoop downward before upward points on each side 
  • Shaped unpadded Cornice 
  • Short point finished length of 6” and long point of 10” 

Marietta

Features
  • Intricate curved design with upward point in the center 
  • Shaped upholstered Cornice 
  • Difference in finished lengths of approximately 2” between short and long points 

Richmond

Features
  • Curved design with downward swoop in center with two upward points on each side 
  • Shaped upholstered Cornice 
  • Difference in finished lengths of approximately 4” between short and long points