Below is a selection of Decorative Top Treatments in the Greater Seattle area that The Blind Alley has created. Please feel to free to contact us if you have any questions regarding these unique treatments.
Above is a pleated Roman valance in a vertical striped fabric with stylish trim that creates a very distinctive window covering.
And here is another classic swag treatment over a Hunter Douglas Duette Shade (with the popular Top-Down/Bottom-Up option) that provides the necessary privacy in this bathroom while maintaining the elegance throughout the home that this owner desired.
Here is a shaped, upholstered cornice in this dining room.
A Kingston valance over simple mini-blinds.
Classic formal swags and cascades in a corner window. Notice the jabot in the center.
Mock Roman valances with ties over Hunter Douglas Silhouette Window Shadings.
Casual Roman valances with straps and coordinating lining.
Mock Roman valance with straps over Hunter Douglas Country Woods blinds.
Here is a simple tapered bow cornice with matching pillows and window seat cushions.
And here is a box pleated tapered valance.
A box pleated valance in floral print with contrasting checked inserts.
Another box pleated valance with coordinating floral print piping along the top edge.
Asymmetrical swags balance the windows with the centerpiece fireplace and mantle.
Shown here is a button-tab valance in coordinating fabrics and twisted iron pole.
For the golfer in your life; notice the tees as an added accent.
Notice how this box pleated valance coordinates with the rose granite countertop.
Stagecoach valance with contrasting solid lining.
Kingston valance with tails on each end.
Notice the fringe detail below.
Roman valance with ties over woven grasscloth shade, with matching throw pillows.
A simple flat-panel valance with ties & buttons, over a Hunter Douglas Duette shade.
A mock Roman valance with ties and tails, over a Hunter Douglas Duette shade.
More mock Roman valances with ties, this time in solid color with ties in solid and plaid.
A Roman valance in print and solid, with top welting, over a Hunter Douglas Duette shade.
Another Roman valance with ties and tails, over a Hunter Douglas Duette shades.
Elegantly flat panel valances add the finishing touch to these wood trimmed windows.
This padded cornice board flows into continuous side panels.
Roman valances in a bay window setting.
This family room features box pleated valances and Hunter Douglas Provenance Woven Wood shades.
Here is a bedroom setting with 1" Levolor Riviera blinds for nighttime privacy and light control, full draw sheers for daytime privacy and a simple but elegant rod pocket gathered valance.
This breakfast nook features Hunter Douglas 2" Chalet Wood blinds with a padded cornice to top it all off.
Here is another padded cornice treatment in a kitchen that uses the cabinet and countertop colors to make a bold fashion statement.
Wow! This customer really likes bold color statements.
Shown above is a modified Roman valance on a pole with accent buttons, all topping off the Hunter Douglas County Woods blind.
Here is an elegant padded cornice in a simple stair-step design with tied-back panels.
This tied Roman valance really dresses up this kitchen.
Three simple swags, two with tails, mounted inside the window frames, with Hunter Douglas Silhouette Window Shadings for privacy and light control.
Here is another banded Roman valance over a Hunter Douglas Duette Honeycomb Shade.
Shaped, padded cornice boards top off these full draw draperies.
A box-pleat valance over a Hunter Douglas Designer Screen Shade.
This is an intriguing valance in black and white.
Here is a simple flat panel valance with banding and tails, over 2" Hunter Douglas Country Woods blinds.
Straight cornice with contrast banding, on top and bottom edge.
Casual Roman valances with matching straps in a bay window setting.
Top treatment on decorative pole to match full-length drapery with simpler version on door.
Empire style valance in embossed pattern fabric over Hunter Douglas Silhouette window shadings.
Roman valance with banding in this kitchen blends gracefull with the granite countertops and black appliances.
Casual Roman valances with straps, all coordinated with window mullion positions, accent the beautiful view from this room.
Roman valances over Hunter Douglas 2" Macro aluminum blinds.
Banded Roman valances enhance the Hunter Douglas Silhouette window shadings in this room.
Two-tone Roman valances in a bath with Hunter Douglas EverWood Blinds.
Roman valance with tassel trim over the kitchen sink.
And here is a Roman valance with banding over the kitchen sink.
Pleated Balloon valance with contrasting pleat inserts.
Pleated Roman valance, with solid bottom edge banding and knotted cording.
Upholstery grade fabric showcasing the pattern on a simple flat valance with tails. The decorative rope and fringe enhance the appearance without distracting from the pattern.
Modified Kingston valance on a top-curved window supported with iron tiebacks.
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