Are you switching to thermal curtain panels now that fall is on the way? Don’t forget a Blockaide Wrap Around Curtain Rod, the perfect accompaniment to your insulated curtains.
This unique curtain rod features a special design that allows your curtains to wrap around the sides, providing you with privacy and protection from chilly drafts.
The Blockaide Wrap Around Curtain Rod is adjustable from side to side and can be used with panels that have tab tops, grommets, or rod pockets.
Click here to view measurement information and to learn more about the Blockaide Window Rod.
Are you a vintage soul at heart? If your decorating aesthetic leans fondly back toward yesteryear, you’ll love this treasure trove of vintage-inspired home decor. Click here to view a wide selection of old-fashioned lamps, window treatments, bedding, and more.
Satisfy your craving for vintage-inspired bedding with the Kingston Chenille Bedspread. This pure cotton bedspread has beautiful tufted chenille designs and fringe on three sides. Place a hurricane lamp on your bedside table, curl up with a classic book, and let your thoughts drift to the past!
Do you have fond memories of Priscilla curtains hanging in your bedroom? You can still enjoy the same dreamy, frilly appearance with the Jessica Ninon Ruffled Priscilla Curtains. These sheer window treatments are light and airy, with ruffled trim and tiebacks.
The Paige Hobnail Table Lamp has a characteristic hobnail texture on the shade and font, coupled with intricate metal trim and a glass hurricane. Pair this sweet lamp with a lace table runner or a lady figurine for the utmost in old-fashioned elegance.
As a vintage decor enthusiast, you probably spend your time in the kitchen poring over dog-eared cookbooks and whipping up tried-and-true recipes from decades ago. If so, the Circa Collection will be to your taste! This canister set appears to be whisked out of the past with a milk-glazed ceramic surface, embossed designs, and knob-style glass handles.
A cornice valance set gives a tailored, layered look to your window. The valance set consists of a center and two side swags, typically with 1.5″ rod pockets. To hang the three-piece cornice valance set, you will need a double rod or two single rods.
Watch the video below to learn how to easily hang the valance set.
Click here to view our selection of cornice valances, including the Chalet Bleu Cornice Valance Set.
Are you fond of your existing curtains but not-so-happy with the amount of heat, noise, and light they let through? Instead of replacing your favorite curtain panels, enhance them with the Ultimate Thermalogic™ Blackout Curtain Liners.
Sold individually, each white liner is fabric, so it will drape nicely behind your existing curtain panel. What’s more, this versatile curtain liner can be used with several curtain types: tab top, pole top, pinch pleat, and grommet. The liner has a 2” rod pocket, 1.375” grommets, and ties to secure it to a tab-top curtain. The 45”W liner is available in four lengths and can fit the following curtain panel sizes: 63”L, 84”L, 95”L, and 108”L.
The Ultimate Thermalogic™ Blackout Curtain Liner will make your window more energy-efficient during these sweltering summer months (and it’s great for winter months too!). Are you more concerned about getting a sound sleep? This blackout curtain liner will reduce the light and noise that enters your room.
Click here to view and order these versatile, energy-efficient window curtain liners.
A grommet valance is the epitome of simple, chic style. If you’re fond of this valance style, but you need a refresher on how to hang the valance, just check out the short video below. Learn the materials you need and how to easily style the grommet valance.
Click here to view our selection of grommet valances, including the Camden Valance in the video.
Empire valances are suitably named with their regal appearance and elegant drape. If your window treatment is looking drab rather than royal, consider this type of valance, along with matching or complementary curtains. Don’t be daunted by this lavish style; the how-to video below describes what tools you need, the measurements to take, and how to style an empire valance.
Click here to view our selection of beautiful empire valances, and get inspired to create a refined, palatial look on your window.
Are you wondering what a wall teester is or how to hang one? A wall teester, also known as a bed crown, is an elegant decorative accent for your bedroom. A wall teester is typically placed above your bedding ensemble and mounted to the wall. A hidden bar in the back allows you to hang your window scarves or curtain panels with ease. Simply drape the panels over the headboard, or let them flow freely over curtain holdbacks. Click here to view our entire selection of decorative wall teesters.
Please note: Most teesters have a removable bar in the back that will accommodate curtain scarves or panels; however, those with a stationary rod can only be used with scarves.
Learn how to hang a wall teester by watching the video below. We also show you how to create two elegant looks: curtains hung from a teester and draped over a headboard, or curtains hung from a teester and styled with tiebacks.
The bed crown shown is the Natasha Wall Teester in Antique Ivory. Click here to view this wall teester.