Raised Borders echo the pattern along the bottom of your cornice. The border is cut and upholstered as a separate piece, outlined with a top and bottom welt, and fixed to the main cornice board for a beautiful finished product!
This is a great look for tons of different cornice patterns, especially...
A standard Flush Border is similar to a Raised Border, but the separate upholstered piece is aligned right along the edges of the main cornice board. A fabric welt or lip cord trim line the top and bottom of the border.
Try a Flush Border around the entire perimeter, to frame the pattern of your cornice with a contrast fabric!
We are a custom drapery workroom in Burlington, North Carolina.
Our customers span across the country, up through Northern VA, including Washington, D.C. to Danbury, Connecticut or even Kennebunk, Maine... with more "local" designers from Raleigh, Charlotte, Wilmington, or Greensboro, North Carolina.