Curtains. Friday , January 06th , 2017 - 04:00:36 AM
Black voiles are under-rated classics. Those attractive sensuous voiles create the perfect ambiance in every decor. If you are still employing the out dated normal jardinere curtains, then it is time to change them. Voiles are constructed from a see through polyester fabric providing sufficient privacy and excellent light control. Use a black voile for example with your main black curtain to create a boudoir that'd be the envy of your friends. Voiles are obtainable in rod pocket heading, tab top heading and eyelet heading. We also have a few black red eyelet voiles (I really suggest these for a contemporary home).
1. Choose a Fabric Buy a fabric of your choice to make eyelet curtains. Depending on the room for which it is, choose a color and fabric, there are also many interesting curtain patterns. It is always better to go in for a lightweight or medium weight fabric, such as sheer cotton, linen, organza and lace. If the fabric is too heavy, the eyelet tape may not be able to withstand the weight of the fabric. If you want a heavy fabric in particular, then remember to take eyelets and a tape accordingly.
If there is a tear near the hole where the vane is attached to the clip of the rail, then the vane would fall down. To repair that tear, just cut a small piece of the vane from its lower end and paste it with glue on the torn joint. The size of the replacement piece should not be larger than required or else, the entire hole may get covered up. Hold the glued part tightly in between your fingers till the two pieces bond well with each other. Now, you can put it back to its position in the rail. If the slat is made of fabric material, then the torn part can be mended by needle and thread.
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