Valances by Location
Kitchen valances are placed over kitchen sinks where the curtains cannot go full length to the floor. You can select from a wide range of small window valances for the kitchen that accent the unique combination of appliance choices, cupboard designs, furniture styles and flooring type and color.
Living Room Valances
Depending on the size of your windows you can pick long window valances that are on an upholstered box like a cornice, or pleated to add formality and style to the room. Use sheer valances for wide windows in the living room area to create a sophisticated, finished look.
Bathroom valances give you privacy but, at the same time, add a more finished sense of style to your bathroom than standard window dressings allow. Select simply designed valances with soft gathers and folds to cover your bathroom window. A sleek upholstered cornice is a perfect solution for bathrooms as they are easy to clean.
Valances for bedroom windows provide covering not just for privacy but for style as well. The bedroom is the most intimate shared space in the home, so its interior design is one you should focus on more to create a finished look and feel that specifically meets your deepest moods and tastes. Bedroom valances add flair and color to the underlying blinds or curtains. The best window valances for bedrooms are pleated styles or cornices. Thy create a glamorous and cozy look to your bedroom. You may need to use them alongside blinds and curtains because they don’t offer much privacy or light blocking features.
Dining Room Valances
The dining room valance adds a sense of luxury and dignity that is perfect for entertaining guests and for enhancing your family meal times. Valances offer a flourish that is often lacking with the standard blinds or curtains; they add a touch of brightness and visual commentary to a room, along with extending the color scheme and finish to the dining room’s overall décor.