The Way to Hang Curtain with Scarf Valance

Feb 24th

Scarf valanceA valance is a window-enhancing treatment that is mainly laid to hide the curtain rod. Valances are sometimes called window toppers because they are at the top of the window and are often existing window treatments such as curtains, blinds and heavy drapes placed together. Read on for some helpful tips on how to hang curtains with a valance.

Scarf Valance
Scarf Valance

Starting with the scarf valance or simple swag, this is as easy as putting two end portions of the substance on the rod or secure with a holdback to make a big M-figure on the frame of the window with a solid sag on the middle one . The deflection depends on the length of the panel. You could add patterns on the part of the swag.
There is also pleated flounce edge. The patterns vary on the plait of boxes, triangles, scallops, or a combination thereof.

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Another type of balloon is the valance. Like ballooning effect at the edge of the valance makes heavier and volume to the window. Intricate looks and shapes present in bomber jacket, cravat, and fringed valances. Hanging curtains with a scarf valance can be a complicated and delicate process. But, if you intended to, and your heart to it, the process should be fun and satisfying.