Dress up and give a little (or maybe more) touch of elegance for your living room with a curtain with valance. Valance is a good way to layer your curtain and add extra flair to your windows. We know, so many different types of valance can confuse you to choose from. Let’s have a look at some example of how valance can enhance the look of your living room, shall we?
Cream and Pale Purple Curtains Valance
A two tone cream and purple draperies over cream sheer lace with attached layered scarf valance would be a charming elegant touch to any living room. We recommend incorporating this design into luxurious home décor.
Emerald Green and Gold
We’re so used to seeing valance dressing windows, but an emerald green velvet with gold trim valance and side drapes to frame a white room can add another layer of luxury. It’s a great way to distinct different areas in the house with open-plan.
Golden Curtains with Valance
Valance is a quick way to upgrade and enhance the look of your living room. This golden organza curtains with scarf valance over tall curved wooden window work magic to add more luxury to the room.
A dark gray Victorian-patterned drapery with crenelated valance can be the perfect frame for your bay window and seating area. It showcases the view beyond those white vertical bars. If you don’t feel like drawing the curtains, the whole set can be strictly decorative.
Gold and Maroon
The inspiration for a luxurious living room: a gold draped curtain with mounted ballooned valance over gold lace blind with fringe. You are good even without the gold blind, but if you need to control the lights streaming in, this design would be perfect.
Sheer Curtains with Valance
If you were wondering if it’s possible to have a sheer valance for your living room, here’s your answer. The sheer curtain with crenelated valance graces the tall window, delicately framing the view. It’s a perfect finishing touch for a room with vintage furniture.
If luxurious is the theme of your living room décor and anything gold is on your color scheme, this would be the perfect design to dress your window frames; an elaborate design of heavy drapery with double – ascot over scarf – valance.
A Victorian-patterned white sheer curtain with ballooned valance and brown Victorian-patterned side drapery with bead trimmings is the only elegant choice to dress your window if your living room décor is luxurious or Victorian.
Gold Framed Color
Have you ever consider making your living room window as a focal point? Well, you actually can. Just frame the window and dress it up with the right style; gold patterned curtains with double – patterned ornate over solid scarf – valance over yellow sheer blind.
Ivory Curtains with Valance
If you’re tired of heavy patterned fabrics and too many draperies, a simple ivory curtain with mounted matching valance is great for anyone who likes to have their living room windows framed without looking like it’s excessively decorated.
White Leaves Patterned Curtains
Even a small living room can use a valance, as long as it’s designed to be as light as possible. Instead of mounting the valance, drape together the curtains and the valance on the curtain rod. It looks good as is, but you can add a sheer lightly printed blind if you’d like.
Bring elegance to your living room without attaching too many details. Use glittery velvet fabric to dress your window with. If you prefer to keep it simple and light, you can just hang the draped valance on the curtain rod.
To allow light and still be able to enjoy a hint of what’s beyond the window, use light flower patterned fabric for curtains with matching valance and a little swag with accent trimmings. We would recommend this design to any living room with limited space.