Drapes. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:31:57 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.
What could be more enchanting than silk drapes? They look royal and give a traditional and rich look to your house. They bring a certain finesse to your home. Richness and exuberance flows with this material. Striped silk gives a dual effect and shine in two colors when lights come on. It shimmers in two shades. If the stripes are of different color then you have the privilege of another glowing color. Stripes in the same color or darker hue are mostly preferred as they blend in with the décor of the house.
Pleated drapes, though traditional, maintain the style and elegance of a room till today. If one would prefer to have a short nap on a Sunday afternoon and if the light is too much in the room, make use of the blackout drapes that would not only block out the light from entering the room it will also maintain a cooling effect during summer or a warmth during winter. Decorate your outdoors with the special outdoor drapes that can either be bought readymade or sewn by a seamstress. Make sure the fabric used for these are either plastic or acrylic that would resist mildew and get dry easily even when left in the rain or snow.
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