Valances often play the role of the underdog when it comes to interior decorations. In actuality, choosing the right valance that compliments the tone and shades of your home can have a remarkable impact in making your house look attractive. Moreover, these no sew valances are perfect for anyone who isn’t too gifted in the art of sewing and stitching. Check these ludicrously simple DIYs that you will surely make for your home.
A no sew valance made of a light colored fabric embellished with patterns is the best option to give a sophisticated ambiance to your living room.
You can also make a no sew Styrofoam and fabric valance for a more homely quality at a highly reasonable price. Cut out strips of cloth in any shape and superglue it on the base fabric for beautiful designs.
They look best when hung against a white background.
Rather than parting ways with your old drop cloth make it into an elegant valance to give your home a subtle look.
Try out these ethereal white no sew straight valances made effortlessly with thumb tacks that will go with all sorts of backgrounds.
Use a striped fabric of a neutral color for your no sew drapes. A light gray fabric will go brilliantly with an olive green, white or baby blue wall.
This no sew box pleat valance is yet another easy to make a pattern that can have a striking impact on anyone who walks into the room.
Instead of wasting old clothes, bed sheets, tablecloths or curtains, turn them into these no sew curtains to give your house a drastic makeover.
A black and white is a classic color combo for a valance and is versatile enough to sit elegantly anywhere- even a bathroom.
If you find sewing to be a herculean task, scissors and glue or pins can do the trick more than satisfactorily like in the valance shown here.
You can try innovative designs with the scarves like tying it into a cute bow or a flower.
Decorations for windows made with burlap are perfect if you want your home to have a rustic, earthy aura.
Try out the technique in the directives below to make no sew valances for your beds, cornices, and the like.
Their endearing fluffiness has a highly relaxing and adorable effect.
Embellish it further by tying ribbons around it stylishly.
Try making a no sew window valance with strips of silk cloth of any color to get casual looking rag valances like the one below.
Choose ivory white drop cloth or khadi cotton material to make your home look strikingly divine.
This one is for windows framed with a box overhead. Check out the instructions to learn how to make them at home in a hassle free manner.
They are very uncomplicated and made with a single cloth which could range from cotton to burlap or even silk.
A tie on ribbon valance is so trouble free that you can make it with your eyes closed. It is also the perfect choice if you prefer vibrant and color valances.
A roman valance gives any room a polished and cultured essence.
Valances of a ruffled style are the perfect choice for a baby’s room or for anyone who is still quite young at heart.
You can also get a little creative and use old satin bed sheets of 2-3 different colors to make waterfall drapes like this one.
Your upcycled tulle tutu makes for a brilliant valance to grace your kids’ room.
This is undoubtedly the simplest of the lot! Use square napkins or any material of your choice to make these triangular veils to make your house look attractive and quirky.
Learn how to make a valance of any length you prefer with grommets with the help of the step-by-step tutorial given below.
Valances of a pleated pattern are perfect if you prefer a business-like, classy look in your home or even in your office.
Sprucing up your home décor with no sew window treatments of different colors, styles and fabrics is a very cost-effective as well as a time-saving idea. And thanks to these instructions, making no sew valances for your home is going to be a total breeze from here on out.
Published on March 23rd 2017 by Peyton Derrida