board mounted valance

Board mounted valance

A board mounted valance can come in a wide variety of styles. They have the ability to feature certain fabric motifs, add shape to a hem and real drama to a room. Board mounted valances can be used alone or as an over treatment to formalize a space. Different styles have softly gathered swags or tailored pleats.
 
  • Box Pleated Tapered Valance
  • Empire Valance
  •  Inverted Box Pleated Valance
  • Kick Pleat Valance
  • Kingston Valance
  • Pleated Balloon Valance
  • Queen Anne Valance
  • Sheffield Valance
  • Soft Pleated Valance
  • Stagecoach Valance Rolled
  • Verona Valance
Box pleated tapered valance
board mounted valance box pleat
  • Maximum width is 60″.
  • Contrast or self-lining required. Box pleated tapered valances may need to be interlined to avoid lining color showing through to the face fabric.
  • Stripes & plaids may not line up with pleats.
  • Sheer fabrics are not suitable.
  • Cord or welt recommended at top edge of inside or ceiling-mounted valances to even out uneven ceilings and avoid light leaks.
  • Add at least 4″ to face width and 2″ to returns of any under-treatment, e.g. sheers, for proper clearance.
empire valance
board mounted valance empire
  • Self or contrast lining required. Empire valances may need to be interlined to avoid lining color shining through the face fabric.
  • 1/8″ welt is included in price, and is applied at bottom hem if no other hem option is chosen.
  • Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • Sheer fabrics are not suitable.
  • Add at least 4″ to face width and 2″ to returns of any under-treatment for proper clearance.
inverted box pleated valance
board mounted valance inverted box
  • Cord or welt recommended at top edge of inside or ceiling-mounted valances to even out uneven ceilings and avoid light leaks.
  • Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • Add at least 4″ to face width and 2″ to returns of any under-treatment, e.g. sheers, for proper clearance.
  • Sheer fabrics are not suitable for inverted box pleated valances.
kick pleat valance
board mounted valance kick pleat
  • Cord or welt recommended at top edge of inside or ceiling-mounted valances to even out uneven ceilings and avoid light leaks.
  • Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • Add at least 4″ to face width and 2″ to returns of any under-treatment, e.g. sheers, for proper clearance.
  • Sheer fabrics are not suitable for kick pleated valances.
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kingston valance
board mounted valance kingston
  • Self or contrast lining required. May need to be interlined to avoid lining color shining through the face fabric.
  • 1/8″ welt is included in price, and is applied at bottom hem if no other hem option is chosen.
  • Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • Sheer fabrics are not suitablefor Kinston valances.
  • Add at least 4″ to face width and 2″ to returns of any under-treatment, e.g. sheers, for proper clearance.
pleated balloon valance
board mounted valance pleat balloon
  • This treatment is stationary and should not be confused with a balloon shade.
  • Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • Sheer fabrics are not suitable for pleated balloon valances.
  • Add at least 4″ to face width and 2″ to returns of any under-treatment, e.g. sheers, for proper clearance.
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queen anne valance
board mounted valance queen anne
  • Self or contrast lining required. Queen Anne Valanced may need to be interlined to avoid lining color shining through the face fabric.
  • Sheer fabrics are not suitable.
  • Stripes & plaids may not line up with pleats.
  • Three-budded pleats are recommended for heavier fabrics.
  • Add at least 4″ to face width and 2″ to returns of any under-treatment, e.g. sheers, for proper clearance.
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sheffield valance
board mounted valance sheffield
  • Self or contrast lining required. Sheffield Valances may need to be interlined to avoid lining color shining through the face fabric.
  • Cord or welt recommended at top edge of inside or ceiling-mounted valances to even out uneven ceilings and avoid light leaks.
  • Sheer fabrics are not suitable.
  • Stripes & plaids may not line up with pleats.
  • Add at least 4″ to face width and 2″ to returns of any under-treatment, e.g. sheers, for proper clearance.
soft pleated valance
board mounted valance soft pleated
  • Cord or welt recommended at top edge of inside or ceiling-mounted valances to even out uneven ceilings and avoid light leaks.
  • Silk fabrics should always be interlined.
  • Add at least 4″ to face width and 2″ to returns of any under-treatment, e.g. sheers, for proper clearance.
  • Sheer fabrics are not suitable for soft pleated valances.
stagecoach valance rolled
board mounted valance stagecoach rolled
  • Stationary treatment that should not be confused with a roller shade.
  • Self or contrast lining required. May need to be interlined to avoid lining color shining through the face fabric.
  • Lining fabric rolls to front.
  • Recommended as inside mount.
  • Sheer fabrics are not recommendedfor stagecoach valances.
verona valance
board mounted valance verona
  • Add at least 4″ to face width and 2″ to returns of any under-treatment, e.g. sheers, for proper clearance.
  • Stripes and plaids are not suitable. Sheer fabrics are not suitable.
  • The cascades and the flat underlay should be constructed of the same fabric.
  • An accent fabric can be added as the contrasting cascade lining and possibly the welt at the hem of the flat underlay.
  • Verona valances cannot be inside mounted because of the gathered cascade bulk at the top of the board.

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