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Anushka Banister Curtains, July 26th , 2016. There are various patterns, variety, colors and sizes made available for you. If at all, you do not find a suitable one for your window, you can get it stitched. We shall first do the measurements required in order fit the curtains. With the help of a yardstick, draw a line across the top, bottom and sides of the area you want to cover. This forms the window, measure this across the top, bottom and sides. After measuring, note down the largest measurement. The next step is to measure the entire surface area covered by the window. Make a note of the side of the window with the longest measurement. The largest of the sides and the one noted down previously, will form the actual size of the window. Now we move on to the stitching of the curtains. You need to first purchase a fabric measuring a little more than this size to allow room for error while sewing. A hem of 5/8 inch needs to be sewed on both the sides of the curtain. Mark a hem of 1 inch on the top and bottom of the curtain. Both ends of the curtain should have a pocket. Attach the cafe rods on the lines marking the top and the bottom of the curtain. These rods should be as close as possible to the door. Remove the rods from the mounting brackets, and slide them through the top and bottom hem pockets of the curtain. Replace the rods in the brackets and then finally adjust the gathers at the top and bottom, which will complete the procedure. I am sure this article must have proved to be of help for choosing curtains for French doors. Along with curtains, you can also use drapes and roll up blinds to give it that extraordinary look and feel. Make sure you select the design according to the color and design of the door. If the curtains perfectly match the outlook of the room, it will add to the homeliness of the house in general.
Rajya Maureen Curtains, July 25th , 2016. After the long strip, I cut the strips in half and make them two strips. Then I folded the strips in half then iron them neatly. Then I aligned the unfinished edge of the trim fabrics with the right side of the panel edge. Then I sewed them using the 1/2 inches inseam. After sewing iron them again.
Anushka Banister Curtains, July 26th , 2016. The Metal Technology high rise curtain wall system is designed as a stick system by curtain walling metal technology. This type of design allows mullions and transoms to be transported to site as prepared components and the grid work is assembled onto the building in stick form.
Henny Meena Curtains, July 27th , 2016. While sewing your curtains make sure that they are not too long-they should just clear the ground. Although long, flowing curtains are beautiful to look at, the extra length will pick up dust and will need cleaning often.
Christabel Daniella Curtains, July 26th , 2016. Cleaning blinds may look like a Herculean task, but you can do it in a jiffy, if you have a basic idea about the right methods. If you have installed blinds at your home, make sure that they are cleaned regularly. Dust accumulated for months on end can be more difficult to remove. Such dirty blinds may also pose health risks. Regular cleaning involves dusting both sides of the blinds using a lambswool duster, paintbrush, or vacuum cleaner with the soft brush attachment. Once a week dusting will be sufficient to maintain your blinds clean. Wash the blinds once in every three to six weeks. This can be done on your own, or by hiring professionals. Make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions, especially in case of expensive blinds.
Mari Holzer Curtains, July 25th , 2016. As you can see cafe curtains are not hard to make and you can even make a no sew version if you want a quick project. You can decorate your kitchen or bathroom in the style with cafe curtains. To make your house a home and give it the right ambiance, you need to decide on the right dcor. For any room interior dcor to be complete, you need stylish window treatment ideas. There are many options in window treatments that you can choose from and what you select will have a bearing on the ambiance of the room. For a cohesive and polished look, there is nothing to beat the beauty of curtains or draperies. It gives a room a soft and elegant look and there are many styles of draperies that you can experiment with. When it comes to regular windows, choosing draperies is relatively easy and hassle free. All you need to decide is the kind of fabric and pattern that would match the rest of the dcor. But when you have unconventional window shapes and sizes, it becomes more difficult to come up with drapery ideas that would enhance such a window. One such unconventional window style is the two story window. Two story windows are nothing but double windows that span the height of an entire wall. These type of windows are generally seen in the dining room or living room and there are one of the most beautiful design elements.
Mireille Felicia Curtains, July 26th , 2016. If you are dead against drilling your wall, go for a magnetic curtain rod which can be used in a metal window casing. The magnets will do the job for you. If your choice is lace or sheer panels then think about single curtain rods. It provides a layered look to your window treatment.
Imke Delara Curtains, July 25th , 2016. Bamboo blinds are those that are created out of bamboo stems that have been cut into sticks and mounted horizontally. The choices of roll-up style and folding-style bamboo blinds add a touch of nature to a room. These natural blinds are available in a variety of colors, sizes, patterns, and stains, making it an addition that compliments the dcor.
Rajya Maureen Curtains, July 26th , 2016. Parameter Drapes Curtains Picture Drapes Curtains Definition Drapes are defined as heavy weight, lined, floor length fabric which is hung on the rod with the help of hooks for the purpose of traversing. Drapery, drapery panels, drops are alternative names for drapes. Curtains on the other hand are light weight, unlined fabric of varying length which is attached to the rod with the help of rings, grommets, tabs or rod pocket casing. Curtains are also called curtain panels. Fabric Rich fabrics like silk, velvet look great for drapes. Fabrics for drapes are often costlier than that of curtains. Cotton, linen work well for curtains. Curtains can also be made out of sheer, lacy fabrics, if you do not intend to use them for privacy purpose. Pattern and Length Drapes are more often than not pleated. There are various pleats that are popular such as French, American, etc. Drapes are always floor length, irrespective of the size of the window or door. Curtains may or may not be pleated. Their length is determined by the size of window. It can either be just long enough to cover the window or it may extend well beyond that. Curtains for French doors are often long and pleated, whereas curtains for sliding glass doors may or may not be pleated. Utility Drapes provide the utility of shielding against light and dust. They are better equipped at filtering light and permit only some of the sunlight to enter the room. Curtains also shield your room from light and dust. However, they are inept at filtering light due to their sheer fabric. Privacy Drapes are made from thick fabric, hence provide better privacy. Moreover, they are lined, which further increases their protection. Hence, drapes are suitable in apartments or neighborhoods where homes are closely located. Curtains are unlined, therefore provide less privacy. They are more apt for large country homes which are better protected from intruders. Elegance Undoubtedly, drapes look more elegant than curtains. It is mostly their rich fabric and pleats which make them even more desirable. Also, the fact that the length of the drapes extends to touch the floor adds to the beauty of the drapes. Hence, drapes are more suitable for elegant places like marriage halls, banquet halls, manors and mansions, churches, etc. Curtains are more of a utility than an accent piece in your home. They look appropriate for homes, offices and other such formal establishments. Space Requirement Drapes take up considerable amount of space due to their heavy fabric. Stack back is the factor that determines the space requirement of drapes. This is nothing but the amount of space required by the drape when opened completely, so that fabric collects at the opposite ends of the rod. The more the pleats, the greater is the stack back. As curtains lack pleats they are more space efficient. Besides, their fabric is often light and sheer, thereby reducing the total bulk, when opened completely. Cost Drapes are obviously costlier than curtains due to the type of fabric used, as well as the quantity of fabric and pattern. Their installation is also expensive. You can hang the curtains on your own, without professional help. Making the curtains at home is also not a difficult task if you are good at sewing.
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