The valance is a curtain that is used often to cover up rods or other hardware. There are various types of valances such as the waterfall valance, the ascot valance, or an Austrian valance. The type depends on the wanted appearance of the valance to be boxy or to drape across other hanging curtains. They are hung with an additional small rod to cover existing hanging curtains or hung with a bracket that is often attached to a more boxy style valance that surrounds an existing rod with drapes. Valances can also be hung alone above a window for decorative purposes.
The ring-top curtain is hung exactly as the name states. Typically decorative rings are used to attached to a similarly decorated curtain rod. The rings are placed at intervals at the top of the curtain to show an even appearance.
Floor-length curtains. These are curtains where the fabric either just touches the floor, or drapes over it with excess material (the latter is called puddle-length). This gives an impression of luxury and decadence, and you don't even need to have long windows to make use of such curtains: in fact, floor-length curtains on regular windows tricks the eye, and makes the windows appear bigger and thus brings more light into the room.
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