P31 Fabrications Cornices
A Window Cornice is an ornamental framework of wood or composition to which window curtains are attached by rods with rings or hooks.
A rigid treatment that sometimes serves as a mask for holding attached stationary draperies or for hiding window hardware or even masking architectural flaws. The cornice is typically constructed of a chipboard-style wood or lightweight material over which some kind of padding is placed, then covered with a fabric of choice and finished with decorate trim or cording to cover any seams. Only fits across the top of the window frame. Can be a terrific focal point; usually mounted on the outside of the window frame.