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“Wall to wall” applications- What does that mean??? It means that when you want to do a drapery with finials, (those attractive things at the end of the rods on either side) but can’t because their just isn’t enough room on either side of the window. In the past, we have used end caps or just “died” the rods into the wall. In this video, notice the game changing design idea that was a huge innovation recently.

This application will be very popular for my clients in and around the Reno area who have windows with very little stacking space on either side of the window. The finials are such an important part of the drapery rod design. Without them, the rod can look so plain. So, overall, I love the potential for this product, but keep in mind that one solution does not work for all applications. You need to make the right choice and a professional window fashions expert can help you to do so.

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