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Custom Drapery Pleating Styles   

Fabric Cornice

A fabric covered cornice is a decorative upholstered top treatment.


Cornices are a great way to add an additional layer to complement the look of your window coverings. A cornice looks great over drapes and roman shades and is usually made with a coordinating fabric to complete your custom window treatment.

A cornice is a great way to conceal mounting hardware on your drapes, shades or blinds.


Add a pop of color or pattern for an unexpected pick me up!

Specialty Cornice

Cornices are available in almost

any shape and size.


Custom cornice boards start from a wood shape and is then upholstered in the fabric of your choice making it perfect for specialty designs.


Add an elegant curve or a simple scallop.

If you're really fearless add a great

Art Deco design to give your room the

finishing touch it needs

Wood Cornice

Add some serious architectural details with a custom wood cornice.


Each cornice is made of 100% genuine wood, hand-finished and hand-assembled in the US. Wood cornices are available in 6 profile styles in heights of 6″, 9″ and 12″. The 6 profile styles are offered in all 43 painted colors. They are also available unfinished in Basswood, Oak, and Cherry.


There are several design options to choose from as well.


  • Decorative keystones

  • Carved wood appliqués

  • Coordinating mantel and decorative shelves

  • Decorative plate groove


Board Mounted Valance

Soften and frame windows with a classic board mounted valances.


A box-pleated valance is a custom style valance that is board mounted. It has a tailored look that can be scalloped, straight, inverted and will enhance any window.


There are many styles to choose from.

  • Box Pleat

  • Faux Roman

  • Scalloped 

  • Swags

  • Jabots

  • Many More


The possibilities endless!

Rod mounted Valance

Rod mounted valances are available in many styles.


Rod mounted valances are a popular option for kitchen windows. Sometimes used in conjunction with cafe curtains for a finished look.


Grommeted, shirred, pleated with rings,  and decorative stationary valances are some of the more common styles.

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