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Swags & Cascades

lifted asymmetrical swag
Banded swags, panels and pelmet on a pole. See the Dream Draper rendition that sold the job. Large asymmetrical swags

Beautiful detailed swags

Gold and black banded swags, panels and pelmets in two different but complementary styles.


You can mix window treatment styles in a room Delicate raised swags.

Point-to-point swags with bells and tails.

Austrian swag in matelasse with banded top and attached tails & horns.


Asymmetrical treatment with a wrapped return on the swag. Blue micro-cording gives this treatment a special touch.

Swags and panels in a delicate rose shade of velvet.


Striped swags paired with cascades with a different cut.


Austrian Swag. Very similar to the Boxed Swag in shape, but it requires cascades or other embellishments to finish it off.



The Boxed Swag. Simple and contemporary with clean lines. This swag can stand alone as a treatment.

Beautiful red/gold fabric and trims make this triple swag treatment on a bay wall stunning.

Swag is fabricated from two fabrics with a tassel trim. Banded cascades.

Point-to-Point (aka Drapery) Swags dress pinch pleated panels. The swags have asymmetrical bells and cascades.



Turban swag with contrast folds. I learned a valuable lesson on this job.


Triple swags cut on the straight of grain from an upholstery fabric.


Layered swag treatment in a narrow alcove.


Necklace swags add a simple beauty to panels. Different variations with side bells and asymmetrical tails.


Oversized swag. Finished dimensions: 80" wide x 36" long.

Modified turban swag. Wraps the legs on the sides of the treatment.

Scarf swag with an unusual twist.


Beautiful two-toned swag. Fabrics are silk-like crinkled polyester. Layers of dusty rose and grey give this bedroom treatment a soft, lush look.


arched swags

Twin swags in a corner alcove.

Triple swags mounted over arched window. Variations using half-width jabots and decorative rosettes. Traditional board mount swags in an upholstery weight fabric.


Board Mount swag in plaid fabric


Triple swags mounted from holdbacks in a bay window.

Designing the treatment to accentuate the step design of the windows.



traditional board mount swags

Layering is a part of the design. On these windows, the jabots are layered over the swags.

Banded swags and jabots in an asymmetrical design. Railroaded swag across 72 inch window. Double width fabric. Straight hang panels and braided cording rosette. Board mounted swags and panels.


pole swag

Pole swag with sill length jabots



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