Curtains. Sunday , February 12th , 2017 - 10:00:33 AM
Have you ever thought about using embroidered curtains in your home? If not, you should! Linens are especially beautiful when embroidered. This extras touch brings a subtle design that will, again, make your room and home more sophisticated. We love the look of a cream colored linen framing your windows and allowing the neutral to make the color balance you need. When you add embroidery, youre calling attention to the window design without the risk of overwhelming the space. 3. Play with light and dark colors
There are various curtain fabrics that can be used to satisfy the above requirements. These curtain fabrics can be installed in various ways to cover the patio door. Insulated patio door curtains, also referred as thermal curtains, are in vogue in these days. As their name suggests, they provide good insulation to the room by preserving the hot or cool temperature in the room. Almost 50% of the heat is either absorbed or released by glass patio doors, and hence insulated curtains can help you to keep the room cool in summer and warm in winter. Pinch pleat curtains, valances, solid patterns, etc., are some of the varieties that can be used for insulated patio door curtains.
3. Cut the Fabric Only when you are sure of the measurements, cut the fabric. The best way to cut the fabric is by spreading it on a hard surface, use a measuring tape and cut accurately. If you want to make lined eyelet curtains, choose a lining fabric and cut it in the same size as that of the main fabric. Eyelet curtains do not have to be lined, it is only if you wish to have it lined.
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