This classically elegant valance from Whole Home instantly elevates an ordinary room into one with an impeccable cascading style. It's insulating construction helps cut down on your home's energy costs.
Includes 1 valance (2 valances pictured)
Front: 70% polyester 30% cotton
100% acrylic white foam backing works to keep out cold and heat, helping to reduce energy costs
1" heading; 1" side hem; 1½" rod pocket
Matches Whole Home 'Kingsley' drapes and panels
Order 1 valance for every 22" of rod width
Machine wash in lukewarm water at a gentle setting on reduced agitation. Do not use chlorine bleach. Tumble dry at a low temperature. Iron at low setting or 110°C
Made in Canada of domestic and imported components
Approximately 80" w. x 22" l. (measured laid flat)
Rated 5 out of
Very nice ValanceVery nice but a little disappointed that I could not buy the hooks showing in the catalogue.
Date published: 2012-12-05
Width of Cascade Valance
This indicates to order 1 valance for every 22 inches of rod - can you tell me the width of this valance laid flat?
Asked by: Watson
The width of this valance laid flat is approximatly 22".
Answered by: Jewel
Date published: 2010-03-06
How do you hang these valances
There is nothing included in the package to show this. It looks like the opening for the rod comes down the side, around the 'rounded' edge and back up the other side (looks totally ludicrous). I would have thought that you used the 1 flat side for this.
Asked by: Watson
The Whole HomeÂ®/MD'Kingsley' Insulated Cascade Valance has a 1 1/2'' rod pocket to insert the rod.
The cascade valance is the shorter valance shown in the middle of the picture. The longer valance on either side are swag valances. They also have a 1 1/2" rod pocket.
Thank you for choosing Sears.
Answered by: Tykster
Date published: 2010-02-09
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