Drapes. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:06:53 PM
They can be pinch pleated or many other ways, based on the decor of your area. Curtains can be installed on French doors or over sliding doors. Again, you choose. Drapes are almost always pleated. They can be tied back, so the sheer curtains show, or used on traverse rods for closure. Drapes are usually from the ceiling or top of the window to the floor to create whatever look you can imagine. Many times, drapes are lined to give extra warmth or darkness to a room. Some drapes have various styles of valances over them to give depth and formality to the room.
Rich fabrics, such as velvet, silk, antique satin, as well as a wide variety of others. It all gets back to the decor you are looking for. These fabrics must always be drycleaned. Having these treatments cleaned on your windows, once per year, will give them added years of attractive life. Curtains may or not be pleated. The window and the style curtain you prefer determine the length and size. Curtains can be draped over decorative rods in one continuous flow creating the look of swag on top with flowing side panels.
Cotton and linen are sometimes used as curtains. Though they are pretty when new, they do not clean well and are not very consumer friendly. The most widely used fabric is polyester. It is highly cleanable and comes in a wide range of styles, from plain to fancy embroidered weaves. Polyester is a much more sheer fabric and allows nice light in, which brightens the room and your atmosphere. Drape fabric is much heavier and gives a room darkening effect. This can help light sensitive upholstery fabrics from quickly fading.
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