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Think outside the box.

Just because you are dealing with a square room, a square window or a square wall, it doesn’t mean that you can’t add your own shapes. In this video, we take design clues from other areas that are visible from this room. We decided to add an arch to the top of the valance to coordinate with the arches at the top of all the doorways in the home. We also added contrasting fabrics inside the pleats to pop a little color off of the valance.

One other thing to notice in the video is the use a very bold and large print on the face fabric. In a room with mostly solid colors and fabrics, this leaf print really pops, but since it is monochromatic, it is not overdone. It is a fantastic coordinate to the Hunter Douglas Pirouette Shades that are mounted beneath the valance.

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