Valances are a beautiful finishing touch to a window but they can be expensive. If you are on a budget you may think that a designer look valance is out of your reach but it isn’t necessarily so. Here are some ways to cut the cost.
Choose a dress that accents your figure. Be honest with yourself, and take advice from people who can give you their unbiased opinion. Choose a dress which makes you feel comfortable and confident. If you are short, you’ll look gorgeous in a mermaid skirt which has the potential to make you the center of attraction. A scooped neckline or a strapless gown looks best if you are busty. For a pear shaped body you can go for a strapless Fabric wristband top and a skirt. These are a few suggestions you can ponder over, but these definitely are not comprehensive.
A little contrast is bound to create interest. Designers believe that this year’s Christmas dresses in white and black will change the way we look at holiday fashions. The classic appeal of black and the sheer purity of white combine in elegant style.
Window blinds have come a long way over the years. They can now be custom fit to cover arched windows, steeple shaped panes and even circular glass. The view can be clear for enjoying the great outdoors or muted if you want privacy.
Bedding: The quilted look is in. Instead of using yards and yards of designer Fabric to make your bedding or duvet covers, just purchase a couple of yards, and pair it with a less expensive fabric to make a quilted duvet instead. Another option is to make your bed duvet in out of large panels. Use your expensive RFID Woven Wristband in a large square for the center of the bed, and piece together the side, top and bottom panels from less expensive fabric, like an extra flat sheet that matches the sheets on your bed. No one will know you were being cheap!
You often hear from the experts that co-sleeping is not as safe as placing baby in a separate crib or side-car. If you do not smoke, drink, do drugs or take strong medications at night, then co-sleeping is very safe, easier on mom (if you breastfeed), and better for baby.
Preview swatches are available for $5 each and the printed fabric costs $18 per yard plus shipping. Their turn-around time is approximately three weeks. There is no minimum order so you can order as much or as little as you need.