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Help with window

Posted by maggie3_2006 (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 27, 12 at 15:04

Should I hang drapes starting from the top of the transom or from below?
I dont need them for privacy, just want to add some texture to the room.
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RE: Help with window

I would go over the top window.


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above!


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caminnc..... Did you mean the transom??


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Yes, sorry!


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That upper window is very cool, I say leave it alone.


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Hanging above the transom makes the window appear taller and to me, that is always the goal. I would also apply trim molding to the window and transom.


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lol, looking at my own pic made realize its not just the window that bugs me, its the whole front area. We just bought this house (it was a forclosure) and this is the only area that I'm stumped on, so I'm gonna take another pic., repost, then address a few problem areas
.... stay tuned


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Your requirement is to make your room stylish and according to my opinion over the top will be great for your room. Best of luck for your decoration..


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Definitely above the transom.


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How far up does the wall go?

And how attached are you to the vertical blinds? I don't think they do anything good for those nice, deep-set window openings.


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