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Title: Window Treatments and Accessories Study Guide


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Window Treatmentsand Accessories Study Guide
Interior Design Contest
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Blinds
  • slats made of curved material (example - Aluminum)

3
Shutters
  • Can be opened to fit
  • your desire of light or privacy
  • Can be costly because they are generally custom
    made

4
Curtains
  • Installed on stationary rods and generally have
    gathered, smocked or ruffled headings

5
Tab Curtains
6
Tie Back Curtains
7
Valance
  • Decorative top treatment used to hide and
    beautify the head rail.
  • A topper for full-length curtains or drapes

8
Café Curtains
9
Shades
  • Generally offer complete window coverage.
  • Most are made of vinyl or fabric that is usually
    opaque.
  • Although some are lined and custom made to
  • your exact window measurements.

10
Rod Pocket Drapes
11
Cornice Boards
  • can be upholstered with fabric, painted, or, most
    easily, covered with a wallpaper border.
  • wooden valance with a top
  • simply a 4-sided wooden box. There is no bottom,
    and the wall forms the back of the box.

12
Roman Shades
  • A single sheet shade that rises up by lift cord
    in a tear drop or flat style that looks like an
    accordion folding up and back and forth on itself.

13
Draperies
  • Tailored with pleated, gathered or smocked
    headings.
  • They are attached to traversing rods with special
    pin hooks
  • They can also be installed on flat curtain rods
    by hooking the pins over the rod

14
Swags/Cascades
  • Trapezoidal-shaped sections of fabric that are
    pleated or draped to creat a scallop-like shapes
    that extend across the top of the window.

15
Valance with Drapes
16
Café Rod
  • Decorative curtain rods, with or without rings,
    and available in many finishes, including wood,
    brass and enamel.

17
Rod with Finial
18
Curtain Rings
19
Brackets
  • Affixed to the wall or in the window casing that
    hold the blind head rail in place

20
Tie Backs
  • Used to hold curtains open

21
Curtain Clips
22
Holdbacks
  • Decorative accessories that hold back a
    stationary curtain or drapery without the use of
    tiebacks

23
Traverse Rod
  • Have a built in mechanism of carriers and cording
    for opening and closing the treatment

24
Sources
  • http//www.edirectblinds.com/glossary.asp
  • Windows with Sytle Book by Creative Publishing
    International, Inc.
  • Simplicitys Simply The Best Home Decorating Book
    by Simplicity Pattern Company
  • http//homeparents.about.com/cs/homedecorating
  • Use What You Have Decorating Book by Lauri Ward
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