Curtains. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 13:39:07 PM
The richer class of women preferred silk, velvet and linen traditional curtains. A lot of thought and craftsmanship used to go into hanging the blinds in the most elaborate way. Blinds with pencil points and French pleats, with sashes to tie them, were considered to be the height of fashion in traditional curtains. Lace and embroidered edging was added to make traditional curtains look more unique. Some traditional curtains were lined to protect them from fading from sunlight.
There are different types of curtains that are very difficult to take down from the rod and to maintain. Hence, you should always think twice before purchasing such curtains. It is very difficult to clean these curtains. This is where grommet curtains come across as the best choice because these curtains can easily slide over the rods. They do not come with any complicated stitching. Moreover, the fabric materials like silk, cotton or polyester are easily washable and you can wash them at home in the washing machine.
If your house has one of those large bay windows, look for the right curtains that will accentuate the appearance of those bay windows. This should apply both inside and outside the house. One great idea for your bay widow is to have two curtains on each corner and a swag in between them. These should be color coordinated accordingly. The appearance of the bay window can be accentuated with accessories such as valances. The material of the curtain should ensure sufficient privacy. These are just general ideas for your large window curtains, however you can add a personal touch to the curtains you choose by having custom-made patterns on your curtains.
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