- 1 What is a Bali Contour Valance?
- 2 How far down should a valance hang?
- 3 How much wider than the window should a valance be?
- 4 How do you remove Bali blinds Valance?
- 5 What is the difference between a fascia and a valance?
- 6 Where are Bali blinds made?
- 7 What is a shade cassette?
- 8 Do you need a double curtain rod for a valance?
- 9 Are valances out of style?
What is a Bali Contour Valance?
The Bali Contour Valance can add extra style to your shade. Valance style may differ per product, color, and material. This valance is compatible with: Bali Light Filtering Roller Shades. Bali Room Darkening Roller Shades.
How far down should a valance hang?
For most windows, a valance should cover about 2 to 6 inches of the top of the window and window frame (this is called the window overlap), with the rest of the valance covering the wall above the window. If there is not enough room to do this, then the valance should be hung immediately under the ceiling.
How much wider than the window should a valance be?
It depends on many things, but generally speaking, the valance will need to be somewhere between 2 to 3-1/2 times the width of the window you’re trying to cover. For example, if the window is 50 inches wide, the valance should be about 100 to 150 inches wide when laid flat.
How do you remove Bali blinds Valance?
To remove the valance, slide it down. Remove the clips by pushing them up and off of the headrail of the blinds. For blinds mounted inside the window, you’ll have to take the blinds down before you can remove the clips.
What is the difference between a fascia and a valance?
Fascia valances are installed using box brackets on the ends and snapping the aluminum front onto the brackets. A plain, square valance is a contemporary, commercial look while a fabric wrapped curved fascia gives a softer appeal more suitable in a traditional home.
Where are Bali blinds made?
Bali Wood Blinds and Shutters crafted from sustainably sourced North American hardwood at our Grayling, Michigan plant were introduced in 2003.
What is a shade cassette?
Cassette valances conceal the top of your roller shades and give your home a much more beautiful look. The pleasing curved face of the cassette valance is covered with the same fabric used on your roller shades. Also, the cassette valance was specifically designed for homeowners who are doing their own installation.
Do you need a double curtain rod for a valance?
We recommend using two single curtain rods of 1″ – 2″ in diameter: the top one is for the valance with swags and tails, and the lower one for the two curtain panels. This way, you have more flexibility in adjusting height, width and projection (distance from the wall).
Are valances out of style?
If when you think of valances, you imagine droopy valances without form made of some cheap polyester jacquard, then they definitely are dated and most definitely out of style. Just like any product, valances are still used quite frequently by professional interior designers, even in the most modern of homes.