Have you always wanted to know how to make cornice window treatments but always thought they were too complicated to make properly.
Well I'm glad to say that they look far more complicated than they really are. These really are easy make curtains anyone can make with NO prior curtain making ability.
To make them successfully you will need to use a guide with instructions and pictures. Even better would be a video guide showing you someone doing exactly this.
The beauty with these window treatment cornice is that you don't have to do any sewing!.
You can use these top treatments on all kinds of windows to create a really great look. The final look often depends on the kind of drapery fabric you choose to use.
Take a look at the different looks you can get with this kind of window treatment just below.
In the window treatment photo just below I have used a plain silk fabric to give a contrast against the patterned walls.
These window cornice are so easy to hang. Simply mounted on simple shelf brackets to hang. If you put up a shelf you can install these window treatments.
In the window treatments photo below you will see these cornice made with a patterned fabric.
Again this is a good contrast to the plain walls. This creates a real interesting focal point in what could be a very plain room.
Finally the curtain photo below is the same style of window treatment just wider. It is a good way of creating one window treatment covering two side by side windows.
In this example the curtains either side are purely to dress the window. To cover the windows you lower each of the roman shades.
These 5, step by step videos will help you to measure, make and install window cornice you can be proud to show off...
regardless of your previous curtain making ability!
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