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Annandale Mirrored Swag Treatments for 2 windows, 5 fabrics
Charming fabric frames a pair of windows in elegant swags and free flowing jabots higher and lower from outside to inside of the window to enhance the look of the pair and enlarge the room.
Choose from several fabric/ trim/ pole combinations shown below. Enter style code as an option above. We will email a confirmation including an image of the style you selected. Trim is recommended but not required. Dining rooms are full of hard surfaces and are often needing some warm. Trim adds a fascination and charm usually appreciated by all guests.
Drapery is lined with highest grade 100% cotton sateen for best performance. Notice some light will peak through the fabric as in the golden embroidered swags above.
We recommend best poles and components for a more substantial look. Poles are 2.25" solid wood. Finials are usually 5.75 inches long. Economy is shown because it was supplied by our client. Poles are 1 3/8" in diameter, and finials are approximately 4 inches long. Pole enders are available for both types of poles for windows close to corners.
Length shown in photo is medium. The longest point of the outer jabot is 58". Treatments shown are in a room with 9ft ceilings. Long length has long point of 66".
Width refers to the treatment and pole before decorative finials are added. We recommend adding 4 inches to the width of the window to select treatment width in options above. Finials add to the overall width about 7 inches for the narrow pole (shown). 10 inches for the thick pole. Pole "enders" are available for tight spaces. If you have a tricky situation, call for a measuring diagram.
We will chose the drop and number of swag folds in proportion to your width and length selections. If you care to specify these details, please use the comment blank at checkout. The number of fold can range from 4-7. Drop from bottom of pole to first fold 4.5-8.5". Drop to bottom fold 18-24" depending on width of treatment. This treatment looks best mounted high enough over window to show only paint before the first fold.