Drapes. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:29:14 PM
Drapes, by their denser appearance, carry a more elegant appearance than curtains into your room. The fabric is richer and the pleats give a deeper look to that decor. Drapes usually touch the floor and in some decorative schemes, flow onto the floor to give an endless appearance. Drapes are certainly more appropriate in a marriage or banquet hall, mansions, churches, and truly spaces that require a more formal or elegant appearance.
The more pleats you have, the greater is the stacking space they require when opened. Curtains, many times, have no pleats and more times than not, remain closed. If they are opened, many drapes have no pinch pleats or very thin ones and take up very little space when open. Drapes require a lot more space when open because the fabric is much thicker, especially if lined. In a limited space, if drapes are to be used, they should be draped and tied back in a stationary position for maximum open exposure.
When you shut these drapes the lining keeps anyone outside from seeing inside. These drapes will also keep out some of the suns rays. They cannot entirely shut out the suns light but they do darken the room quite a bit, allowing you to get that much needed sleep. Putting lined drapes on the doors to your patio looks good, and serves a function, too. On cold mornings, when there is ice on the doors, you can see why insulation is important. These drapes are suspended from a rod or hooks, and are big enough to cover the whole zone.
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