Curtains. Wednesday , September 21st , 2016 - 16:00:45 PM
Why to Get Them Everyone knows that using the right curtains can add a flourish of elegance and luxury to the home. And among curtains, silk is definitely one of the most sought-after fabrics to make a home look stylish and inviting. Pure silk however, can be quite heavy on the pocket. Enter faux silk curtains. They are an inexpensive substitute to pure silk curtains, and yet, they provide almost the same benefits that real silk fabric does. It has the same texture, smooth and soft. It is quite a durable fabric too. The weave is tight and elegant and the fabric has a glowing sheen to it, just like a pure silk curtain would. The fabric is of superior quality and can be used in making curtains and drapes for a living room or any other room in the house. All you have to do is get the appropriate panel installed and you can enjoy its luxurious beauty. Faux silk curtains generally come with quite a thick internal lining. This makes the curtain thicker and stronger. It helps to keep the strong sunlight away from the windows. And in winter, it also keeps the cold away and is quite a warm fabric for the interior of your home. Another benefit of using faux silk curtains is that they are very easy to maintain. They are quite easy to wash and also to iron and hang again. What else do you need?
Curtain triple rods are available in various sizes, which can go up to ten feet in length. Of course, with the help of extenders, you can add about two to three feet to this length. As for the price, it depends upon the size that you are going in for as well as the design of the curtain rod. The prices can range anywhere between $20 to $100. When buying triple curtain rods, go in for the ones which have a quality finish and no exposed edges, as it will lend your window treatment a very neat look. If you want to make them a part of your dcor, you can find rods which come with decorative finials, in brass, silver, bronze, white and black color. So, choose the one that matches your dcor the most.
The cleaning of lace curtain will not bother you at all unless you are living in a particularly dusty area. These curtains need washing just once or twice a year. An occasional shaking or vacuuming is also preferable. The dry cleaning is what the manufacturers mostly recommend, but the washing with a light detergent in cold water will also work. Just dont make the mistake of putting lace curtains in the dryer and you are all good.
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