Valances for sliding glass doors – A glass door presents a unique treatment challenges because curtains or drapes to retain door functionality. Valances or window toppers are very short versions of almost any kind of drape, meaning that they offer simple formal finish opportunities without hindering a door movement. Because they are mounted on the outside of the door frame, shrouds provide enough space to hang the privacy curtains or blinds give below.
Flat valances for sliding glass doors, because flat caps are the simplest in terms of style and design, they can be finished to match almost any decor. The resulting look is that of a simple rectangle. Because the substance is not elaborately collected, big prints and plaids tend to work well. A flat valance with a straight bottom edge gains some visual interest with an inset band limit or pompom fringe sewn along the seam. Because they are located outside the door frame on a bracket instead of a rod, flat caps completely covers the hardware for blinds or curtains hose underneath.
Glass a side valances for sliding glass door, glass sampling caps tend to be the most capricious or casual of all styles. They are made by sewing a pocket the size of a curtain rod at the top of the valance. Collector should be uniform and tight, rather than ordinary distance. The fabric falls from tight gathers in broader, soft ripples that make easy and clean fabric natural choice for the look. As flat and box pleat valances, the lower edge of the collected caps also is shaped. For a glass door assembled caps are mounted on the outside of the door frame by means of a curtain rod and rod mounts, rather than a console.