Cornice boards provide decorative flourishes and when undraped, they draw attention to decorative window features, providing a minimal formal dressing that allows maximum visibility for the window’s detailing. Cornices also can be painted wood, wood stained, or covered in fabric, and are used in combination with hanging blinds or curtains. These classic drapery toppers can also be used to help carry a specific color, theme or pattern throughout the room. There are some cornice board designs that available. The cornice board designs are vary. For instance, cornice board designs pair with Roman shades to create a subtle, modern look. In a tone-on-tone room with dark accents, simple, linear cornice board designs in textured, taupe fabric provide links with taupe wall color, while contrasting with smooth surfaces on Roman shades. Simple, antique-black furniture with taupe upholstery coordinates as do simple, antique-black pendant lights and frames.