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Valances & Top Treatments

Finishing your room with a valance, cornice or top treatment, will allow you to dress the windows without having to compromise the view. Whether it's from a pattern or custom designed, we can help you complete the vision you have for your space.

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Oversized (8’wide x 4’long) custom made silk swags hang from custom cornice boards all made to accommodate a large-scale window in this very large room. Draping the swags over cornice boards allows for the drapery hardware to be hidden and still allow for a great view of the outdoors. This treatment won first place in the 2016 International Ingenuity Workroom Competition. (Marietta, GA)

Close up view of custom made overlapping swags and jabot with bullion fringe. Swags are made from a custom diamond pattern on 100% silk fabric, then draped over custom cornice boards also covered in silk. High-end details result in high-end perfection. This treatment won first place in the 2016 International Ingenuity Workroom Competition. (Marietta, GA)

Custom made cornice trimmed with a multi colored onion tassel bead trim with a large embroidered monogram in the center. Coordinating custom drapes and custom roman shade are trimmed in details with handmade ruffles and piping. This treatment won first place in the 2016 International Envision Design Competition. (Buford, GA)

Closer view of the coordinating custom drapes and custom roman shade trimmed in details with handmade ruffles and piping. This treatment is covered in details throughout. This is something you will only see in custom work. This treatment won first place in the 2016 International Envision Design Competition. (Buford, GA)

This beautiful valance has been altered from its original Pate Meadows Dana pattern to include cascading sides that help to frame the window and add a little more softness overall. Notice all the colors that worked together to coordinate this fun valance. The attention to detail is evident in this treatment. (Marietta, GA)

A closer view shows how multiple colors being used to coordinate the treatment with the room décor. Lots of piping, trim, banding, colored lining, and more went in to making this treatment. Only available when custom made. Valance is also interlined. (Marietta, GA)

These fun box valances were meant to coordinate with Auburn University colors in this custom-built home near the campus. Notice the main fabric provides a neutral background, while the Auburn colored stripes pop in the trim fabric at the bottom, on the sides and in the button accents. (Auburn, AL)

The corner is where the fun is. Notice the button closure at the top for added detail coordinates with the pleat fabric and the fun trim fabric on the bottom. This valance was replicated six times to go around this basement. All valances are blackout lined and interlined. (Auburn, AL)

This reading nook is accented with a soft relaxed roman shade valance that is decorative in nature. The soft white linen is embroidered with a beautiful geometric royal blue thread that provides a fantastic contrast. This softens this space and makes it more inviting. Valance is lined. (Historic Brookhaven, Atlanta, GA)

A close up view, you can see the details of the embroidery in this fabric and the pleating of the shade. This is a very simple and elegant way to decorate a small space. (Historic Brookhaven, Atlanta, GA)

These custom-made flat roman shades were made to coordinate with the adjacent living room and yet be independent on their own. The orange band at the bottom brings a nice pop of color to the area, while the entire design makes this space feel cohesive and comfortable. (Lawrenceville, GA)

A closer view shows how all shades were made the same. These shades are operable and can go up and down as desired. All shades are made with blackout lining to prevent sun variations. (Lawrenceville, GA)

Notice how the pattern is perfectly matched across each swag and on each horn. The beaded trim gives it a more finished look. This fun valance has been altered from its original Pate Meadows Marley pattern to adapt with pre-existing hardware. There is no need for rings in this design, helping to cut costs. (Sandy Springs, GA)

Close up view of the horn with its own tab and tie. This allows the use of a rod without the expense of rings. The tabs are coordinated to match the lining of the treatment. This valances is lined and interlined. (Sandy Springs, GA)

A simple relaxed roman shade helps complete the décor in this space and tie the entire room together. This fabric was chosen to work with the fun end table below it. Shade is lined. (Auburn, AL)

Custom relaxed roman shade made from an upholstery weight animal print fabric with added contrast band at the top. Simple design helps finish off this space. (Auburn, AL)

The soft white matelassé fabric is accented with a soft blue band at the bottom and designer touches throughout. Notice the band tappers in size as it heads away from the arches. A bow and vertical bands are added as finishing touches. (Woodstock, GA)

The finishing touches are what makes custom work more desirable. This close up view of the bow shows how such a small accent can make a big difference in the overall design. (Woodstock, GA)

This nursery is decorated with a custom arch shaped box valance. Custom pleated trim is attached to the top, separated by a solid band of color from the main fabric. The corner pleats are done in a coordinating pink solid satin and the entire valance is trimmed with a small pink beaded trim and pink piping. (Woodstock, GA)

Notice the beaded pink piping separates the main pink paisley fabric from the trim and gives this valance a complimentary outline. Both the trim and the piping are repeated across the bottom and on the returns while the piping is also repeated at the top of the valance. (Woodstock, GA)

This is a shaped box pleated valance with a band of coordinating fabric at the bottom. That same fabric is repeated in the pleats. In addition, the band is outlined on both sides by a layer of thin piping. (Auburn, AL)

A closer view of the piping that outlines the color band at the bottom of this treatment, providing more texture and detail to the area. (Auburn, AL)

A fabulous addition to this log cabin is this custom-made Pate Meadows Tracy valance. This colorful valance adds a softness to the area not only with the fabric, but with the soft curves of the treatment itself. (Blue Ridge, GA)

This close-up view shows the details in the contrast piping around the border, which matches the reverse side and the ties. Rustic medallions finish off the cabin décor. (Blued Ridge, GA)

Custom flat roman shade with small coordinating valance topper accents this kitchen sink nicely while still remaining neutral. (Canton, GA)

Three custom relaxed roman shades mounted half-way on the windows provides privacy for this bathroom while still allowing light to come in. (Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA)

This custom made M’fay Moreland valance is full of details. Coordinating fabrics on the jabots and roman shade, beaded tassel fringe on the valance and the shade, and the tassel in the corner for more a finished design. (Johns Creek, GA)

This beautiful custom made Pate Meadows Claudine valance would look great in any home office. Trimmed in green silk and hung from medallions, this valance helps complete the overall look and feel of the space. (Kennesaw, GA)

The texture and pattern of this valance helps provide much needed softness to this area. The pattern matching amongst the swags and cascades shows off the custom fabrication. (Dunwoody, GA)

A beautiful custom made M’Fay Queen Anne valance is trimmed in beads and hung on custom drapery hardware with fleur-de-lis finials to add a finishing touch to this home office. (Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA)

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