The unpretentious styling of the Porte Bouton Valance is portrayed by an overall lattice motif highlighted by fabric-covered buttons. You’ll love this simple and sophisticated look! Colors: Beige and Gold. Hint: This pattern beautifully complements the Brasserie Collection. Visit the Related Products tab to view the complete Porte and Brassiere Collections, and to request fabric swatches.

Featuring: This lined 50” wide, Bouton Valance is mounted on a Continental Rod, and displayed on a 40” wide window.

This style is an RLF Home original design.

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Porte Bouton Valance



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Porte Bouton Valance

  • Similar to its counterpart -- the Petticoat Valance -- the Bouton Valance is styled with a single layer of fabric with a scalloped bottom edge, and accented by fabric-covered buttons, a wide rod-pocket, and no header. To achieve the look simply hang flat on the rod for a tailored effect, or gather on the rod to create fullness.
  • Length: 15” long-point  
  • Widths: 50” | 75” | 100”  
  • Rod Pocket: 3”
  • Trim Style: Fabric covered buttons to match bottom fabric.
  • Lined (lining is cream)
  • Fabric Content: 52% Cotton, 48% Polyester
  • Rod Options: Decorative rod with finials | Continental rod | Lock seam rod

How to Measure a Window

Measure windows with a steel measuring tape. Measure all windows in the room, even if they appear to be the same size.

Determine rod placement (options):

  • Distance out past window -- 4” each side is a good rule of thumb
  • Distance out past window -- abut against outside edges of window frame
  • Top of window frame -- corner to corner
  • Wall to wall

Determine drapery hardware to be used:

  • Determine how far above window to place hardware -- 4” above frame is a good rule of thumb
  • Determine return size needed (the distance that the rod projects from the wall/window frame

Measure for drapery length:

  • Apron length
  • Floor length
  • Ceiling to floor
  • Allow for floor clearance -- floor length draperies should end 1/2” above floor or just short of the carpet
  • Hint: Place a thin piece of cardboard on top of the carpet to help measure evenly.