The Country Porch features the Kettle Grove Curtain Valance from Victorian Heart. 100% cotton.
We're thrilled with our NEW curtain valances and especially the rich, rustic, black and taupe plaid of Kettle Grove with its border of taupe and greyed slate mini prints. Kettle Grove puts in overtime as a complement to Kettle Grove Tieback Window Curtain Panels, Kettle Grove Quilt, Kettle Grove Shower Curtain,
Kettle Grove Tabletop, Kettle Grove Faith Tea Towel Set, Kettle Grove Block Border Tea Towel Set, Kettle Grove Bible Book Covers, Kettle Grove Full Kitchen Apron and Kettle Grove Throw. How easy is that!
Valances have a 1 1/2" header and a 3 1/4" rod pocket. Shirr on conventional curtain rod. Curtain rod not included. Dry clean recommended.
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Kettle Grove Curtain Valances
60" x 16"
Dry clean recommended
See Kettle Grove:
Kettle Grove Tieback Window Curtain Panels
Kettle Grove Quilt
Kettle Grove Shower Curtain
Kettle Grove Tabletop
Kettle Grove Faith Tea Towel Set
Kettle Grove Block Border Tea Towel Set
Kettle Grove Bible Book Covers
Kettle Grove Full Kitchen Apron
Kettle Grove Throw
Measuring For Curtains: Use metal tape measure
For best results, purchase curtains 1.5 to 2X the width of your window. A 72"W valance will cover approximately 36" of window width. If one valance is not wide enough, simply add another valance or a combination of valances and swags.
Curtain length is determined by measuring from the rod to the bottom of the sill or to any desired length. Remember, curtain measurements should start from the bottom of the rod pocket. The header (the part above the rod pocket) will cover the window casing or add height above the casing. A 24"L tier will cover approximately the bottom portion of a 4' window and a 36"L tier will cover approximately the bottom portion of a 5' window.