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TOP TREATMENTS

If you are looking for an easy way to add elegance or modernity to one of your rooms, top treatments can absolutely be a perfect solution. They can be combined with other traditional window treatments that will help you unify window sets in a single window or, in contrast, can be used alone in places like bathrooms or kitchens where other window coverings are not the best option. So, why choose top treatments?

  1. You can control the outside noise by choosing the heavier fabrics for your windows.

  2. Some of them can be easily washed and maintained: all you need to do is to wipe it with a damp cloth or load it into a washing machine.

  3. If your window is uneven or you are bothered with some architectural defects in house, top treatments can certainly resolve this problem.

 

CORNICES

Nowadays, cornices have become an important element when it comes to decorating your windows. They add character to your interiors, and can make the room appear larger than it is. In addition, cornices perfectly blend with the rest of the furnishings – just choose the right color for your home! More than that, cornices can help you hide not so appealing window mechanisms or ugly looking hardware that spoils the overall style of your room.

You can get creative with cornices and select the color, texture, style and pattern you like. And, as always, our in-store or in-home consultants will always give a professional guidance. 

 

VALANCES

Valances are another style of top treatments. It is a fabric-based window treatment that can be connected to the curtain rail, using ring clips or rod pockets. Valances can add a personal touch to any of your rooms and customize your interiors. They can make your place look extravagant and extraordinary, elegant and classy or stylish and modern: just choose the style you want from thousands of designs, colors and materials we offer! And valances are not that expensive compared to other traditional window treatments. 

 

SWAGS

If you are looking to add some soft texture and elegant curves to your windows, swags can certainly help you with that.  However, keep in mind that swags do not provide much privacy. This treatment is purely decorative and it is recommended to use swags with other window coverings such as shades, blinds, or shutters.  They can also be seen draping a canopy bed or outdoor patios.