Welcome to another Window Wednesday! Today I’m going to share with you this Kingston valance that I did for a client’s master bedroom window. I love a great before and after, and this one is a good one!
My client has beautiful furniture in her master bedroom. Sorry, I wish I had a picture of the furniture, I was so focused on the window, I forgot! Here is a before picture of the window. She only had a sad blind to start with.
My client was in the process of painting her whole house (by herself!), and wanted to try a painting technique for the bedroom walls. I found a similar wall treatment in my computer rendering program. I did a rendering of a Kingston valance as one option for the window. This is a more formal window treatment that works well with her formal furniture.
She loved the the computer rendering, so we picked out a beautiful silk fabric for the valance that complemented the new wall colors. The valance is trimmed with a tassel trim that matches the accent color she is using in her bedding and pillows. The valance hangs from tieback holders, which match her furniture. Here is the window after the valance was installed. My client and I both love how it turned out!
If you would like more information about the great computer rendering program that I used to help my client visualize what her window treatments would look like, you can find it here.
Would you like some help with your windows? If so, just send me a picture of your window. I will feature one reader’s window each month by giving some suggestions for window treatment styles and fabrics with my computer rendering program. Pictures that are taken straight on to the window, and that don’t have any type of window treatment on them already will work best. You can see examples of my client computer renderings in my gallery.
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