Since there is no need to glue or staple the fabric to the cornice, you are able to change the color/pattern of the fabric as often as you change the decor in your home - it's like having a whole new cornice!
Light weight, expanded polystyrene (Styrofoam) sections are simply glued together with a full sized low temperature glue gun (200 - 250 degrees Fahrenheit) to create your special cornice for any size window or door. Watch our to see how it's done.
We do not recommend using a mini glue gun because you will not be able to apply enough glue quick enough to achieve a good bond.
Check our , , and for your cornice project, or other projects.
How do I determine what height (drop) to order?
How do I determine what length to order?
What is a Starter Kit?
Step 2) Find your length, choose your bracket & return size, and click the Add to Cart button.
Or, you can minimize the number of extension kits ordered based upon the sum of your window lengths. The downside is that this method does not allow for mistakes in cutting. If you are ordering for more than one window, .
Can the cornice be cut specifically for my opening?
How are the cornices attached to the wall?
What if I have a Bay Window?
Installing individual cornices on each window on a bay window results in an unprofessional looking project.
Installing a continuous cornice on all of the windows in a bay could be very tricky because of cutting the Styrofoam angles to match each angle in the bay.
Our Bay Window Adapters are unique; this is the only easy solution to that tricky bay window dilemma. Our Bay Window Adapters make it super easy to accommodate those tough to measure angles.
For A Bay Window
Since each of the two Bay Window Adapters is 16", subtract 32":
150" - 32" = 118"
Therefore, you would order a Cornice Kit for 113"-128" openings PLUS your Bay Window Adapter.
If you wish to substitute 3" brackets for the 5" brackets that come with the kits, check Substitute 3" brackets. Learn more about choosing 3" and 5" brackets .
Some customers save their scrap pieces and unused pieces from previous cornice projects, and just need to order mounting brackets (see above) and End Caps.
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