Curtains. Friday , November 04th , 2016 - 20:00:39 PM
For anyone undertaking an interior decoration project, it is very important that each and every aspect of the room, be it furniture or fabrics or flooring or wall dcor, is given due importance. If you think creatively, each of these important elements, that add up to lend a certain character to the room, can be made to look interesting and attractive. Speaking of fabric, these days, the latest trend that has caught the fancy of many a home owners is to give the windows a layered curtain look. No longer the curtains are hung on windows to simply maintain the inhabitant's privacy. Nowadays, with the layered curtain look, windows can be made the focal point in any room!
Blackout window blinds, as the name suggests, are used to block out any light from entering the room during the day or night. These blinds may have pleated, vertical as well as horizontal slats. Let us take a look at the different types of window blinds available.
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.
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