Drapes. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:46:14 PM
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.
Also you may get linen drapes that are noise reducing in nature. Some varieties of linen are characteristically resistant to creasing & moisture. One may also opt for a drape with a blackout lining, just the way they use it in the stylish boutique hotels. Several linen drapes are userfriendly and have drapery hooks preinstalled on them. In case you have an eye for detailing, you may choose a drape with blind stitches and buckram headings. The irresistible back tab drapes are very much in fashion these days. Drapes with 100 percent cotton linings are also available in the market.
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.
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