Swags & Tails

Cut away swags

Cut away swags

Softly draped swags crossing from the front to back of the pole to give a continuous effect with dress curtains.

Formal Swags & Tails.

Formal Swags & Tails.

Very traditional and in the right setting such as this tall library window make a stunning window dressing.

Cut away swag on a pelmet

Cut away swag on a pelmet

A twist on the classic swag, this cut away swagged pelmet will sit nicely in any modern house.

Swag wraps.

Swag wraps.

This satin fabric catches the light showing the folds of this wrapped swag.

Informal voile swag.

Informal voile swag.

A very simple voile drapes from these black chrome holdbacks finishing this window perfectly.

Informal swag.

Informal swag.

Here this large informal swag is fixed to a top board with the traditional tails to give a classic but less formal finish. The centre tie back can also be let down to change the look to one swag if desired.

Informal swag.

Informal swag.

This dresses a landing window where functional curtains or blind are not required.

Large swags.

Large swags.

This informal swag is hung from a top board because of the side, but it appears to hang from the hold backs in the top corners.

Contrasting swags

Contrasting swags

Using a contrasting colour really shows off this window making it a really focal point.

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