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Sometimes, the finishing touches make all the difference. The client in this video wanted to add cove lighting to their room. When we were designing the valances we were trying to determine if the lighting should go all around their master bedroom. Because of the way they had windows on two of the four walls, It became important to integrate the window treatments with the moldings. This was not easy for the wood-worker, but he did a great job making the vision come to fruition.

To see what the room looked like before the crown was added, see a previous video clip. I think the transformation is dramatic. This is a very traditional look, but it’s perfect for this client.

So, what should you take from this posting? Be creative in the design. Sometimes, it’s the little things that make your window treatments truly unique and personalized.

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