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Custom top treatments are an elegant way to finish your window coverings and link your interior architecture lines in ornate ways. Cornice box, mock roman shade, box pleat, swag, and cascades can complement your interior and enhance your scheme. Top treatments with embroidery fabrics add a piece of art on your wall and decorate your living space with in an elegant way.

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Benefits: Valances are similar to crown molding, they add a unique finish touch to the room and they enhance the overall living area

Locations: Top Treatments can be used in both residential homes and hotels to embrace the draperies or the hard treatments.

Mounting requirements:  Top Treatments needs to have a minimum of 2” mounting depth for the inside mount. Otherwise, it’s recommended to install them outside mount.

Types: There is a big variety of top treatments such as cornice box, mock valance, swags and cascades, casual scarf, box pleat, and crown wood

Colors and patterns: Top Treatments can be made from almost any material and the most popular ones are fabrics with prints and strong characters to top solid draperies

Recommended Suppliers: Top Treatments are custom to each opening and they can be made at any local workroom although for high end quality there are more options to consider such as decorative cords, tassels and fringe.

Controls: Top Treatments are mainly decorative and they are stationary and there are no controls required

Child-safety features: Top Treatments needs to be installed safe on the wall and shouldn’t create any child issue challenge.

Life expectancy: Top Treatments can last up to 25 years. It’s based on how long the fiber of the fabric lasts before it starts to disintegrate.

Cleaning recommendation: Dry cleaning is the recommended option for some application although a low vacuum treatment is sufficient in most cases.

What to consider before you buy top treatments:

  • Fabric needs to coordinate with the drapery or any under treatment
  • Windows swing to the inside will interfere with the cornice boxes and hard surfaces
  • The selection of the design needs to fit the style of the house