Drapes. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:50:34 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.
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.
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.
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