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Versailles Rose - Austrian Swag Style

All size: 35"-200"W, 84"-138"H

Style: Austrian Swag Style
Fabric:
Width:
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This refers to the width of your window treatment. Rule of thumb, add 10-12 inches to the width of your window if the wall space allows; otherwise, use the width of the wall as reference. This way, we can make sure that the window treatment can fully cover the window frames.

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Height:
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This refers to the height of the window treatment. It is from where you want to hange the curtains down to the floor. If you want a puddled look, add a few inches.

Fringe:
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Select the fringe color for your curtain

Full Set
$1080 $600
One Valance, 35"W
Two panels, each 35"W x 96"H
Valance Only
$736 $368
One Valance, 35"W
Drape Only
$338 $211
One panel, each 35"W x 96"H
FAQ

Custom made, return within 20 days for store credit.

12/13/17 to 12/27/17

Description

Indulge yourself with this decorative and ornate swag valance curtains in your living room, lounge or anywhere you desire to place it. Intricate rose patterns on yellow gold faux silk reminds of the luxury of Versailles. Feel the curves and see the light bounce off the fabric. 

Enjoy the premium quality of custom-made curtain with the convenience and affordability of pre-designed styles. Each set comes with 2x fullness lined panels, paired with a gorgeous looking valance with swags and tails. So whether you plan to use them as window treatments or room dividers, this unique curtain will surely infuse the space with rich cultural detail and timeless elegance. 

Full Set

  • 1 valance, measuring at selected width 
  • 2 drape panels, each measuring at selected width and height 
  • 2 matching fabric tiebacks

Valance Only

  • Austrian style swags, fully lined
  • swag height around 1/4 of the total height
  • tail height around 1/2 of the total height
  • selected width
  • rod pocket (fits a rod up to 1'' in diameter)

Drape Only

  • 1 drape panel, fully lined 
  • selected width and height
  • rod pocket (fits a rod up to 1'' in diameter)

Lining 

  • light gold polyester embossed with subtle English rose pattern 

Recommended measuring instructions: 

Width: add at lest 6 inches to the window width if you want valance only; add at least 10 inches or up to 30 inches (if the wall space allows) to the window width if you want a full set.  

Height: from where you want to hang the window treatment down to the floor

How to Measure a Window for Window Treatment?

Measurement Guide

Swag Valance Curtain Set

 

Key measurements

Mainly we need two measures from you: width and height of the window treatment. Take the following key measures to help decide the size that best fits.

  • Window width

The distance between the outside edges of window frames.  Using the outside edges for the measurement ensures that the window treatment will properly cover the window frames.  Window width helps define the minimum width of the curtain set.

  • Wall space

The distance between the sides of the walls.  This defines the maximum width of the curtain set in the typical situation where there is just one window on the wall.  When there are multiple windows on the wall and multiple curtain sets are desired, use the distances between adjacent windows as well to define the wall space surrounding the individual windows.

  • Window height

The height from the top of the window frame to the floor.  This defines the minimum height of the curtain set.

  • Ceiling height

The height from the ceiling to the floor.  This defines the maximum height of the curtain set.

 

Deciding the Width of Valances and Curtains

In general, the width of the valances and curtains could be anywhere between (a few inches over) the window width and (a few inches short of) the wall space.

For a full valance curtain set, you might want to add about 12 inches (6 inches on each side of the window frames) to the width of your window frames to arrive at the width of the curtain set.  This way, you can make sure that the window is fully covered by both the drapes and valance.


window measurement width regular  

If the wall space allows, you can make the window treatments wider and more dramatic by adding more than 12 inches. Actually, there is no limit as to how wide the window treatment should be. However, if the wall space is limited (< the width of the window frames + 12 inches), take the wall space (subtract several inches for rod installation) as the width of the window treatment.

window frames wide measurement 

For a valance only window treatment (with no curtain panels underneath), you can keep the width of the valance closer to the window width; for example, 6 inches over the window width (3 inches on both side of the window frames).   

Deciding the height of the valance curtain set 

For a valance curtain set, we usually recommend hanging the valance curtains from (close to) the ceiling to the floor. It will make the room look taller and the window treatment more impressive.  That is, make the height of the curtain set just a few inches short of the ceiling height.  Furthermore, the height of the curtain panels could be a bit shorter as the valances are usually hang on a higher curtain rod to cover the curtain panels.

window frame full length height

However, if the distance between the ceiling and the top of the window frame is more than 16”, the top part of the window frames might show underneath the overlapping swags when the drape panels are tied to the side.  Therefore, if your ceiling is quite high or you prefer hanging the valance curtains right above your window frames, you can add 6”-10” to the window height to arrive at the height for the curtain set. 

Finally, if you like a formal, puddled look for the curtain drape panels, feel free to add several more inches to the height measurement for the curtain drape panels. 

window measurement regular width for valance curtain set

How to Measure and Install?

Measurement and Installation Guide

Instruction-window frame measurement 

Measurement 

When you order online, width refers to the valance width, and height refers to the curtain panel height.

We recommend using two single rods rather than a double rod set: 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). The valance rod should be fixed wider, higher, and projected further away from the wall than the panel rod.

Curtain Rod Bracket Installation

Brackets Installation 

The brackets for the panel rod should be installed at least 3'' below and inside those for the valance rod. The same applies to the brackets for the panel rod to the window. This way, we can make sure the valance and the curtain panels can fully cover the window.

For example, if your window is 58'' wide and 80'' to the floor,you might want to order a full set of 84'' in height and 70'' in width. If you have enough wall space, you can go as wide as you like. The above is for your reference as to the minimum setback.

Valance and Curtains Rod Pocket Installation

Brackets Installation(side view) 

The brackets for valance rod should be at least 3'' longer than those for the panel rod. This way, we can leave some clearance between the valance and the underneath curtain panels.

Curtain Panel Rod Pocket Guide

Rod for Curtain Panels

Slide the panel rod through the rod pocket on the panels.  

Instruction-swags and tails curtain set

Panel Look

Hang the panel rod onto the lower rod brackets. 

Rod Pocket Valance Installation Guide  

Rod for Valance

Slide the valance rod through the rod pocket on the valance. 

Valance Curtain Rod Bracket Installation

Complete Look

Hang the valance rod onto the upper rod brackets. Shape the swags from the top side to the lower center in a "U" shape to smooth out the curves and folds. 

You are done! Enjoy your beautiful window treatment.

For valances of 130'' or wider, there will be an opening at the back of the rod pockets in case you need an extra bracket to support the rod.

Shipping & Returns

Shipping Policy:
Celuce.com offers free UPS ground or USPS on all domestic orders. We try our best to minimize the handling time. The in-stock products usually ship within 1-2 business days. Custom orders usually take 2-4 weeks from the time of ordering to shipping, depending on fabric availability and specific requirements. If you like your order to be shipped outside US, please email contact@celuce.com for shipping cost.

Return Policy:
In-stock items can be returned to us within 20 days of receipt for full refund.

Custom (made-to-measure) items can be returned to us within 20 days of receipt for store credit.

Please contact us at sales@celuce.com for any return request.

Buyers will be responsible for the return shipping charges. Returns must be unused, in the state you received them, and in the original packaging. Any item not in its original condition, is damaged or missing parts for reasons not due to our error may not be eligible for exchange or refund. Any item that is returned more than 20 days after delivery might not be eligible for a refund either. 

Refunds (if applicable)
Once your return is received and inspected, we will send you an email to notify you that we have received your returned item. We will also notify you of the approval or rejection of your refund. If you are approved, then your refund will be processed, and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment, or online account for custom orders, within a certain amount of days.

If you haven’t received a refund yet, first check your bank account again. Then contact your credit card company, it may take some time before your refund is officially posted. Next contact your bank. There is often some processing time before a refund is posted. If you’ve done all of this and you still have not received your refund yet, please contact us at sales@celuce.com.