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Alameda Southwest Shaped Valance Window Treatment


Give your room the refreshing touch it deserves with the cotton Alameda Southwest Shaped Valance Window Treatment. Specify Shaped Valance or Wide Curtain Pair. Shaped Valance features Southwest medallions in tan, brown, vanilla, and light cream set on a tan and brown variegated ground. Wide Tailored Curtains have coordinating stripes and include tiebacks. Lined Southwest window treatment has 3" rod pockets. Machine washable.

• Made in the USA
• Window items are lined
• Shown: 1 Wide Curtain Pair & 2 Shaped Valances
• FREE Swatch available
Featuring beautiful shades of tan, this Southwestern window treatment gives your room a rustic edge while still maintaining a refined appeal. This item is our exclusive.

Alameda Window Treatment is cotton. Made in the USA.

Machine wash using cold water and mild detergent. Dry on the gentle cycle.
Window Treatment has 3" rod pockets. Shaped Valance, 52"Wx17"L. Wide Curtain Pair, 100"Wx84"L.
Order a FREE fabric swatch. Fabric swatches allow you to see actual colors and textures before you place an order. You may request swatches for up to 3 items. Please call Customer Service at 800-457-7456 or email Be sure to include your name, mailing address, item name, and item number.

Alameda Southwest Shaped Valance Window Treatment

Alameda Shaped Valance Tan 52 x 17


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Review Summary
(Based on 1 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Love theses valances
Holla from MI wrote on March 24, 2016

Thought these were nice looking and bought one panel for my master bath. Got lots of compliments on it so I purchased 3 more panels for my kitchen/dining room. Only downside is the inconsistency of the fabric pattern. Not a problem if you only need 1 panel but if you are putting 2 together it can be tricky. Luckily I had 4 panels total so I was able to find 2 that lined up the pattern pretty good across the slider door.