Upholstered Cornices are beautiful padded fabric top treatments and include such quality features like solid wood construction, premium rain repellent privacy lining, 10 oz. of uncompressed batting per square yard and over 344 fabrics to choose from.
Cornice Style - C1
In addition to the two options below there are a couple of others - I just don't have pictures of these options at this time.
Bottom Band + Surcharge A band of contrasting fabric is an option on the bottom of the C1 cornice style for a surcharge. Specify the height of the band from 2" - 4".
Welting A 1/2" welt at the top and 1/4" welt on the bottom is standard. A contrasting welt is optional at no additional charge.
Decorative Fringe + Surcharge To the bottom of the cornice you can add decorative beaded and tassel fringe. Click
here to view the available options.
This guide offers some creative coordinating fabric ideas if you decide that you want contrasting colors for the welting or bottom ban.
Please remember that this is a do-it-yourself site and that the products on it are custom-built to your specifications and cannot be returned for any reason other than warranty repair/service. If you have any questions or concerns please email us before you order and we'll help you in any way we can.
Horizon Window Fashions warrants that its products when properly installed in a residential dwelling will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for as long as the original purchaser owns the product. All fabric colors tend to lose their original intensity over time, and pull cords eventually wear out. This is considered normal wear and tear and is not covered by this warranty. Abuse and misuse are not covered. Color lots vary and may not exactly mach a previously ordered product. Repair is the purchaser's sole remedy under this guarantee. This warranty does not cover incidental or consequential damages, installation or service calls.
Use a metal tape measure only.
Round down to the nearest 1/8th of an inch.
Outside Mount: Measure the exact width and height of the area you want to cover. The shade should overlap the window opening or trim by at least 3" in width and height.