Translation of valance in Spanish:


cenefa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈvæləns/ /ˈval(ə)ns/

Definition of cenefa in Spanish


  • 1

    cenefa feminine
    volante masculine
    • The Gripsholm bed is squarer and lower than the Knole bed (it may have been cut down), with a more conventional canopy and valances.
    • Included in the show are table covers, needlework patterns, needle worked fire screens, valances for mantels and beds, needlework upholstery, and sewing tools.
    • One of the rooms incorporates a four-poster with an embroidered valance, while another houses a lovely old polished roll-end bed like a sledge of dreams.
    • So while many people fret over every detail in the master bedroom - from the rug's knot count to the percentage of satin in the valences - they close and lock the door on beautifying the bathroom.
    • It was more-or-less the same as when I was a child only she had taken down the horrific black valance from her bed and had replaced them with soft white cotton ones that had intricate roses woven into them.
  • 2

    (on curtain rail)
    galería feminine
    bastidor masculine
    • The padded valances and floor-length curtains concealed the architectural beauty of the windows.
    • Draperies combined with window shades, valances and ornamentation such as trims can produce an exceptionally well-dressed window.
    • Curtains or valances, appliance covers, and table runners all can be easily stitched at home.
    • The view from the dining room windows is accentuated by the valance over the window, and the mirrored wall contributes to the formality as well.
    • Use a valance to soften a horizontal or vertical blind.