Valances For Vertical Blinds. Diy Roller Blinds
Valances For Vertical Blinds
- A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.
- Strips of fabric [louvres] suspended vertically from a headrail. Immensely practical blind which comes into it's own on larger sizes
- UpWindow treatment featuring vertical vanes that can be swiveled open and closed or opened in either a split or one-way stack.
- A length of decorative drapery hung above a window to screen the curtain fittings
- (Valance) (Also referred to as "front air dam.") This is the panel that extends below the vehicle's front bumper. The relation of the bottom of the valance, or its ground clearance, affects the amount of front downforce the vehicle creates. Lowering the valance creates more front downforce.
- (valance) cornice: a decorative framework to conceal curtain fixtures at the top of a window casing
- (Valance) Decorative fabric treatment used at the top of window coverings.
- A length of decorative drapery attached to the canopy or frame of a bed in order to screen the structure or the space beneath it
- An indirect-lighting fixture extending along the top of an interior wall
The husband picked out the bedding/valance. He thought it was the cutest thing he'd ever seen.
Our window is so big, that this is actually two valances.
front of valance
The original valances were 52 inches long with about 6 inches in between the ties.
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