Unique Window Treatment Ideas

Here we will show various Unique window treatment ideas:

Waterfall swag

waterfall swag

This is a very unique swag that forms its own soft flowing cascade therefore it creates the illusion of a waterfall. The cascade flows down the center of the double swag and the outer edge of the single swag.

corner window treatment
Corner window treatment

The two windows seem to reflect each other with a drapery panel on each outer edge. Notice the center swags come down lower than the other ones to accentuate the corner. The corner itself doesn't have a panel just cascades to make the two window treatments look like one.

Two tone cornices

2 tone cornice

These cornices are made from two different fabrics. The center of the cornice comes down in a point and is finished off with a tassel. The drapery panels on the side are from the same fabric as the two outer pieces of the cornice, thus bringing even more focus to the contrasting piece in the center.

gold drapes
Swag hung onto drapery

This drapery has goblet pleats and is hung on to a pole via rings. A swag hangs on the two panels creating its own valance. The finials coordinate with the holdbacks; gold leaves delicately carved out of wood.

arch drapery

Arches decorated for a different look

A bay window with three arches is decorated in a way that makes it look different. The drapery is pulled up in points giving it a triangular look. Medallians are used to keep it in place.

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