This post categorized under Kitchens and posted on October 4th, 2014.
Kitchen valances are one way to touch up the interior of your home without doing a total makeover. These window treatments are made to adorn bare areas in your home. Buying valances is just like buying drapes or curtains. First, identify which rooms that would be great with these items. Sometimes floor-length curtains are very impractical, especially for rooms that need simplicity, such as the kitchen. As an alternative, valances are the better option. They actually cover only the top area of a window, which makes it a lot shorter than the average drapery.
When it comes to patterns and colors, they have countless options. You can see a wide assortment of designs in stores. Choose the right fabric. There are various fabrics with different textures, colors, and prices. If you want to be more practical, your kitchen valances should be made of lightweight fabrics. Next, think of the installation. They are many ways to mount a valance on the wall. It can be using rods, poles, panels, etc. Are these pieces expensive? As said before, they come in a wide range of prices. Some are quite affordable, while others are so costly. Set your budget first, so you know how much you are going to spend for them without overspending.
They are also called as top treatments. Although the main purpose of valances is to live up bare spots, they can visually expand a window, making it visually wider and larger. They help hide blemishes and other imperfections on the walls. Just like purchasing a curtain, the first thing you should do is take measurements of every window that will be covered. This includes the height and weight of every window. Finding a fitting valance for each one is important. If it is not fitting or too loose, it will look unflattering. That’s all you need to know about kitchen valances. If you are on the lookout for an alternative to curtains, they can be an option.
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