Curtains. Tuesday , October 18th , 2016 - 08:00:47 AM
The material of a curtain or blind can really make a difference in how a room feels. Heavy draperies can make a room feel stuffy, or in the right conditions, regal. Bamboo blinds offer a different feel than metal blinds. A light, sheer material draped over a rod can make a room feel airy and light or cold. It is always best to follow the theme of the room when choosing materials. Lighter materials often go best in airier rooms. However, this rule can be broken in some cases. Playing around with different textures will yield the best results.
Sewing Curtains - A DIY Project Working with curtains demands imagination and skills to work hand in hand in order to realize trend setting designs. Think out-of-the-box and create patterns that look unique, and your 'very own'. Binding applique designs with your swish curtains could ice-break your imagination streak, adding elegance to your space. When you have the principle idea of designing your curtains the applique way, you need to think no more, right? Wrong! Your work, actually starts from now on. Skimming through patterns, designs, fabrics and the type of stitch that would suit your curtains need your attention now. Try working with applique patterns, freshly out of your head, rather than with patterns, that could be borrowed from a home decor manual. However, for you to kick-start your curtain applique project, I deliver some patterns that may suit your taste, and your curtains.
For example, curtain walling metal technology offers the Latitude system which particularly gives a strong horizontal focus and is excellent in drawing attention and drama to a glass elevation.
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